The title pretty much says it all! I'm after a simple (and preferably free or cheap) program I can use on my new chrome book that's downloadable from Google Play. I would be using it for basic editing - adding or removing parts of an image, for instance. Any help is very much appreciated.
Good day. I have a question for people who understand databases. Let's say I have an account on a web server somewhere. I use a username and password on that particular server. Well one day I get tired of forgetting my username and password so I click on LOGIN with GOOGLE or FACEBOOK. How does the web server know I am linking MY facebook or google profile to that webserver. Does it overwrite my current information on the web server and uses whatever data is stored on the Google or Facebook profile? Is the user data overwritten on the webserver with whatever information is on Google or Facebook?
Thanks for any information.
As far as I know, if a password hasn't leaked the best way to get it is to use dictionary attack - that's why it's reccomended to use special characters. But what if I went a step further and instead of special characters used cyrillic, or some other script from other parts of the world? Would it make it stronger?
Comcast just advertised their new 1 gigabit connection, that'll soon be hitting certain areas. I'm aware this is good for households that want to distribute more bandwidth across multiple devices. But if I'm only using one device at a time, like a computer, and download a game from steam, is the computer capable of harnessing the entire 1 gigabit data speed all at once. So basically, is it able to download a 10 gigabyte game in a matter of seconds.
I'm looking for a tablet for my dad to replace the old 7-inch Samsung tablet that he has. He uses it mostly to play some card games, read updates on Nascar and watch some Netflix. Anyone know a good, affordable tablet that would suit his needs? Preferably one that's 10-inches, for when he watched videos.
Hi, I'm sorry for making this post out of the blue here, but I am not really sure where else to ask.
I'll explain the situation a little, for those who might need details, but will put a TL;DR at the bottom for those who want to just get to the point.
I wouldn't consider myself as tech savvy as some, but I know enough to realise that this isn't normal. I have had my Amazon Fire 5 for about two years now, and never before has such a thing occurred. But, I woke up this morning, a little earlier than usual. As is habit for me to do when waking, I checked my tablet for the time, because I felt like I had barely slept. When I did, I was greeted with four new apps that I KNOW I didn't download, and certainly weren't there when I went to bed at 5AM. This was sometime around 8:50AM. One of the apps, I can't remember the name of, but it's icon said "Fire". The one next to it also had the same icon, but just said "Device Setup" or something along the lines. There was also a "Downloads" app with a green and black icon that had an arrow on it, and a "Music" app with a blue and black speaker icon.
My first thought was, "Oh, has there been an update?" Because my Fire updates itself, and I know that sometimes Amazon likes to add new apps to support new features. But, I was surprised, because if you have ever had one of these Amazon tablets, you know there is no Amazon app for viewing your downloads, and the Amazon music app doesn't look like that.
But anyways, I looked at my notifications, where it usually tells me when there's been any updates or additional apps installed, and I carefully glanced through them. Not a single notification for new apps being installed, or an update. So I thought maybe there was an update, and that a notification just hadn't showed up just yet. But that wasn't the case, either, because the last update my device information is telling me I had was installed on April 5th, and the last time it automatically checked for an update was August 14th, just yesterday.
So I was curious, and clicked on three of them. The "Download" one showed me downloads I had recently made, but I didn't see anything odd, as the only thing I had downloaded recently was pictures. The "Music" app showed me all of my music, which I hadn't downloaded anything new in a few months now. "Device Setup" was the one that caught my eye the most. It took me to an orange screen asking me to pick my language, much like when you first get your device. Thinking it was going to somehow make sense of the situation by going along with it, I selected my language as English, and clicked the little "continue" indicator, and it closed the app.When that happened, all of the apps disappeared, which was at 8:59AM. But, I also got a new notification then, which has an icon for a grey circle with a white square in the middle, that says "Updates available for downloaded voices".
I don't really know if I should click it or not, because now I am worried there is some kind of virus or something, and I have even gone as far as to shut off my WiFi, just in case. I haven't really done anything dubious on my tablet, and there's no reason I can see why I might have a virus, since all my apps and downloads are from reliable sources. But, I am worried now, with all the privacy troubles happening, lately.
So my questions are as follows. Do I update the voices? Has anyone else had anything similar happen? Is it possible I have a virus of some sort? Does anyone know possible reasons why this sort of thing might have happened?
TL;DR for those who need it, because I am long-winded: Four apps appeared out of nowhere. There were no updates, no notifications for new apps, and I personally did not download them. I haven't done anything that would cause me to obtain a virus, and anything I download are from trusted sources. When the apps disappeared a few minutes later, I got a notification telling me "Updates are available for downloaded voices". So do I update them? Has anyone had something similar happen to them? Is it possible I have a virus? What are the possible reasons for such an occurrence?
EDIT: Also, I thought just now to point out that I have indeed been looking around on the internet to see if other people had similar problems, but I am not seeing anything from Fire users.
The user deleted the post they made, because I can't find it in their history. Is there a website that would let me look at how a specific subreddit looked on a specific day, 6 months ago? This way I can see the post title and if possible the image inside the post.
Currently using the S7 Edge and I don't have any issues with it. It's not slow or anything.
My contract is about to expire and there's an upgrade deal available to me on the Three network.
Trade in the S7 and I won't need to pay the £320 upfront cost of the Note 9. The contract bill goes up from £37 to £42 per month though.
Basically, is the Note 9 worth the extra £5 per month?
Hi. I have 3 questions about. Thank you already.
I want to lower it's voltages, because it's overheating badly, even with new thermal paste and clean heatsink.
I tried "Intel XTU" and "MSI Afterburner", both of them can't allow me unlock voltage options.
And BIOS doesn't have voltage options.
Lowering Windows 10's CPU Use Percentage doesn't lower heat generation. (50'ish at idle)
Is there any way to change B950's voltages?
2) I have an desktop graphic card, this I can't change it's voltages too.
I want to lower it's voltages. It's Sapphire R9 270x Toxic.
AMD Native Radeon Settings doesn't open Voltages page (wattman).
TRIXX shows "N/A" in voltage slider.
MSI Afterburner grayed out.
It's ridiculous, for it's a R series Graphic card after all.
How can I reach and change voltages of my Graphic card?
3) I want buy a new laptop, not for gaming, just for regular use.
According to my bad experiences, this time I'm looking for a cool, non heating, and silent laptop. Even a fanless one.
Also it must be allow to change CPU's voltages. Would be great if it can be reach from the BIOS.
As far as I know, for a cool CPU, "TDP" rate must be low as possible.
And it's nanometer tech must be low as possible.
Is that right?
Is there any other factor?
My dorm room doesn't have an ethernet port in the wall, but I play a lot of games and need ethernet connection because the wifi is terrible.
I've done some googling and found this. Does this work like I plug it into an outlet and can get ethernet from it?
Asus ROG gl552j gtx 950
So I left my laptop, a Razer Blade 2015 charging in sleep mode in my bag and while I was sleeping, it seemed that Windows update ran overnight. The fans were blocked as it was in a pouch and when I woke up and check on my laptop, it was extremely hot all over. Right now, I'm using it and letting it cool off and it seems to be just fine, but could've anything happened to the components in the laptop. Also, is there anyway to disable Windows update to prevent this from happening. Thank you.
The old thermal paste was between the fan/heat sink and the cpu.
Hello , I've recently been exploring in the world of overclocking and i've got some questions.
I have a GTX 960M ,I'm using the Asus GPU Tweaker II And I use the option Gaming Boost on it.
So i'm not putting extra voltage through my gpu but my GPU does get warm.
I just started my laptop about half an hour ago , even less and my temperature is already between 57-63°C.
I had instances where it was already 72°C without me playing games on it but i was just watching some videos and stuff.
While gaming my GPU had a temperature of 85 when i checked and i put my maximum to 90 but isnt 85 alot ? I didnt even play for long , it was like 30 min of Rust....
Would it have gotten even higher or would it have been stabilized itself?
Is my standart temperature already too high? and if so i'm not sure how to clean the dust from the vents , i have a LAPTOP-GL752VW and i really dont know the proper way to do it. People say use compressed air but other people advise me not to do so becaus i might destroy the vent by spinning it in the opposite direction.
And what is the MAX temperature my gpu can be? i know I made the limit 90°C but when is it adviced to stop gaming when u notice your GPU is hot?
Thanks in advance :)
*EDIT* I changed the Energy mode in nvidia control panel from optimal performance to optimal power which makes it run less in idle mode and now i have a average of 48 °C on my GPU. Does this mode decrease gaming performance or does my gpu automaticly turn on all the way again when playing games?
My phone Samsung A7 (2017) or SM-A720F isn't working well.
It says that "Moisture has been detected in your charger/USB port. Make sure it's dry before charging your phone. It may take some time to dry completely."
It says that even though I haven't put my phone near contact with water or any sort.
I have been waiting for like 2 days and I'm freaking out, I've tried restarting it, removing USB cache and data, nothing seems to work. I can't charge without shutting it off. Help!
I’m not very gadget savvy, so I’m looking for recommendations. Does anyone know of any Bluetooth wireless EarPods that curl over the ear? Basically, like this picture except WITHOUT THE WIRE (hearing aid style).
I work inside industrial machines and equipment. Even a short wire like this gets hung up on the equipment I work on, and I need something that curls over the ear to keep it secured as I’m hanging over machinery at awkward angles.
As the title states. From my understanding, companies like Xcalar have stronger compute engines (due to new parallel arrangements of nodes? not really sure what that means) and cleaner UX rather than new algorithms for RDBMS or materials. Also, what does ELT/datalake/data warehouse have to do with them?
I need to be able to send one key command (ctrl+alt+s) using a remote. I also want to be able to send my voice over that same remote. Something similar to this. I only really need one button but a few more would be ok. The smaller the better. Has anyone come across something like this remote but smaller.
EDIT: Is there and iPhone app that can do this?
Hi! I have the laptop mentioned in the title with a 1tb HDD, but it comes with space for both the HDD and a SSD, I want to buy one, but I can’t find which size can fit in there. If someone could look up for the model and tell that, I’ll be greatly thankful.
I have a PC that meets the minimum specs for the HTC Vive. Out of curiosity, I ran the SteamVR performance test, and it said my system meets the requirements. However, it also noted that motion tracking would use additional resources. Would it use up so much processing power that it would harm performance?
I don't have the specs in front of me, but it's something along the lines of
GPU: 1060 2GB CPU: i5 (not sure about what model) RAM: 8GB