• Activation key?

    12 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can lightning come through my computer screen?

    Best answer: Lighting can travel through anything plugged in. But it isn't going to shoot out the screen. If lighting hits your house it will likely pass right through the grounding wire and not effect anything more than tripping breakers. These breakers are designed to flip when something like that happens. But there has... show more
    Best answer: Lighting can travel through anything plugged in. But it isn't going to shoot out the screen. If lighting hits your house it will likely pass right through the grounding wire and not effect anything more than tripping breakers. These breakers are designed to flip when something like that happens. But there has never been any reporting of someone being electrocuted by lightning from a computer monitor
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why cant i play dvd on computer?

    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Storage and partitions and drives and computers and oh my god somebody help?

    I bought a new laptop and it has two disk drives. One has roughly 200GB and the other has a little more than 900GB. My C: Drive located in Disk 1 has run out of space almost immediately with the programs I've been installing. Meanwhile, Disk 2 is completely empty. Would it be okay of me to copy everything in... show more
    I bought a new laptop and it has two disk drives. One has roughly 200GB and the other has a little more than 900GB. My C: Drive located in Disk 1 has run out of space almost immediately with the programs I've been installing. Meanwhile, Disk 2 is completely empty. Would it be okay of me to copy everything in Disk 1 (C Drive plus a couple probably important little partitions that came with the computer) into Disk 2?
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do I know if a file is a FAT32 or a NTFS?

    How do I know if a file is a FAT32 or a NTFS?

    Best answer: Go to "my computer" or "this pc" on the desktop. A window with a list of drives is displayed. Right click on the drive that contains the files you are interested, choose properties. The files system NTFS/FAT/FAT32 is displayed
    Best answer: Go to "my computer" or "this pc" on the desktop. A window with a list of drives is displayed. Right click on the drive that contains the files you are interested, choose properties. The files system NTFS/FAT/FAT32 is displayed
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is going on with Twitter and banning swearing/cursing?

    Can we really not swear on Twitter anymore, and how the f()_ck would they stop us in the first place?
    Can we really not swear on Twitter anymore, and how the f()_ck would they stop us in the first place?
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do I destroy these hard drives to throw them away?

    Best answer: It's possible to disassemble each drive and remove the platters, but it's obviously time consuming. And no, data is not stored anywhere else in the drive, unless you happened to have a hybrid mechanical / SSD unit (these are pretty uncommon). Hard drives do have some RAM onboard, but any data in it is lost... show more
    Best answer: It's possible to disassemble each drive and remove the platters, but it's obviously time consuming. And no, data is not stored anywhere else in the drive, unless you happened to have a hybrid mechanical / SSD unit (these are pretty uncommon). Hard drives do have some RAM onboard, but any data in it is lost after powering off.

    If you have access to one, I'd recommend either using a drill press and putting several holes in it (data would only be retrievable with extremely expensive equipment), or using a blow torch to physically melt the platters (data is completely unretrievable on melted portions). . Government agenices usually use either a special shredding unit or a powerful degaussing magnet.
    19 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How do i get the best ip for my computer?

    i mean the strongest ip i can use for my computer?
    i mean the strongest ip i can use for my computer?
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How to turn off caps lock?

    25 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Got a text from a random number please help what do I do?

    Ok so I got a text from a random number I don't know (it's a number from within my country I think) but it said hey I know this might sound weird but I need your address because I need to post you something. I immediately thought some idiot was trying to scam me and sent who is this back to them. I'm... show more
    Ok so I got a text from a random number I don't know (it's a number from within my country I think) but it said hey I know this might sound weird but I need your address because I need to post you something. I immediately thought some idiot was trying to scam me and sent who is this back to them. I'm definitely not going to give them my address but they haven't replied yet and it's been about 15 minutes since I sent the text. I do think it's someone trying to scam me but I don't know what to say back if they even text back at all. What should I do? Please help I'm kind of scared. Thanks.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What are some possible acronyms for TVC?

    Best answer: The Venture Capitalist Three Vehicle Collision Totally Vain Congressman Theodore Victor Chamberlain Terpsichore Versus Calliope Thunderous Voluminous Clapping Tungsten Vanadium Cadmium (74, 23, 48 on the Periodic Table, respecitvely) Tricky Velar Consonants Thick Venous Cock (or Thick Veiny Cock) In... show more
    Best answer: The Venture Capitalist
    Three Vehicle Collision
    Totally Vain Congressman
    Theodore Victor Chamberlain
    Terpsichore Versus Calliope
    Thunderous Voluminous Clapping
    Tungsten Vanadium Cadmium (74, 23, 48 on the Periodic Table, respecitvely)
    Tricky Velar Consonants
    Thick Venous Cock (or Thick Veiny Cock)

    In Esperanto
    Torda Volvega Ciklono
    Turisto Vizitas Cirkon
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How do I log off?

    29 answers · 4 weeks ago