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Brooke M Perry's Articles in Software

  • How to Change the Backup Location of iTunes (or Any Windows App)
    As a computing device user, in some way or other, you must be dealing with storage issues irrespective of the size of your drives, and consequently you will certainly run short of storage. While every bit of storage space in your device counts, the most precious is the space in your primary SSD drive.
  • Three Simple Steps to Fix Booting Troubles in iOS
    Often it is not only about the device or the OS that you are running it rather it is more about how well you maintain it. Even if you are using Apple devices like an iPhone or an iPad, you still need to maintain them or else they start giving trouble.
  • 5 Important Tips for Using SmartArt in MS Office 2010
    Communicating your ideas through visual presentation always proved to be more effective and informative. What paragraphs of content canít explain clearly, a simple diagram can do effectively. Diagrams have the capability to portray varied information on the same pallet with a force of conviction and clarity.
  • Useful Tips to Refresh, Reset, or Restore Your PC
    Is your Windows PC misbehaving or becoming erratic in performing even simpler computing tasks? After a certain years of service, technical woes become unavoidable in case of computers. Numerous troubleshooting tips and tricks have been made available online, yet when it comes to actually identifying the source of a technical glitch,
  • All You Should Know About Windows Sysinternals
    Sysinternals, a popular collection of utilities, were first created by Mark Russinovich and Bryce Cogswell in 1996 and nowadays many IT developersí use these tools to troubleshoot various issues in Windows OS by Microsoft. Developed with an aim to host advanced system utilities and technical information, the Sysinternal website has now become a pop
  • Easy Ways to Speed up Your PC
    Often after using your desktop system for a while you might notice that it gradually slows down. There are numerous reasons behind this including program clutters, unwanted files and even malware. Even though these seem to be normal but in the long run you might face a situation like complete system shut down or trouble rebooting PC.

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