In this post, I explain how to reinstall the factory operating system. This should work for most laptops running Windows Vista or Windows 7 OS.
This could be useful if your OS stopped working properly, got corrupted or infected with a virus.
WARNING! Running system restore utility will erase all personal data on the hard drive and re-image it back to factory defaults. Make sure all personal data is backed up before reinstalling the OS. Also, make sure the laptop is running on AC ...
Dell Inspiron LCD Screen Replacement
Step 1 LCD Screen
Assemble the required tools. You can do this with just a phillips head screw driver and your hands, but a plastic spatula can be helpful.
Find a replacement screen for your laptop there are many companies available, I recommend Laptopscreen.com. Make sure spec match the screen you are replacing. Also pay attention to options like glossy or matte screens. Either should work, it just depends on your preference.
Once the new screen arrives remove ...
Being the most renowned and popular browser on this planet, Google Chrome is a must-have application on both desktop and your phone. Even those who are using iPhone or Mac currently may probably still get used to Chrome. However, nothing is perfect and that is true of the powerful Chrome. Google Chrome Down problems have been constantly reported, for example, Google Chrome Not Responding. Here's a real case from Google Chrome Help Forum:
"I installed Windows 10 a few weeks ago and Google ...
First of all, it's necessary to unfold a myth that persists in many peoples head.
The battery memory effect.
In lithium-based batteries this is, in fact, a myth, it only applies to older Nickle-based batteries. So fully discharging and charging the battery is completely useless and even harmful as we will see below.
The modern lithium battery can be charged regardless of its current percentage, given that it has absolutely no negative effect on its performance.
Should I remove the battery when A/C is plugged in?
Many laptop ...
Updates are really important for several reasons: firstly, they solve problems with the software. For example, no software is perfect and runs smoothly all the time, but the software manufacturer often identifies problems thanks to users feedback and will solve (hopefully) the problems. These are known as bugs.
Secondly, if its more serious stuff, like your operating system or communications software like your e-mail, then it can solve security holes in the software. These holes, in theory, need to be plugged from ...