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  1. Crashman

    How To Simple RAM Overclocking With a Few Clicks: How to Enable XMP

    What is XMP, and how do I use it to get my high-speed memory to its full rated performance on Intel and AMD motherboards? Simple RAM Overclocking With a Few Clicks: How to Enable XMP : Read more
  2. Colif

    Copy/Paste dump file error in Win 10

    If you hit paste, do you get something like And is your temp file getting filled with dump files every few seconds? Then you have a soundcard on your motherboard that uses Nahimic drivers to run Headsets. Both Asus & MSI use these drivers in their utilities for sound on their motherboards.On...
  3. How To Troubleshooting problems with PC memory (RAM) and XMP profile configurations

    In the beginning, there was......BIOS Before you go ANY further, go to the manufacturer product page for your specific motherboard model AND revision. Revision is an important aspect because for any given motherboard there may be more than one version of that model which will be identified as a...
  4. Frag Maniac

    Ghost Recon Wildlands on Extreme with No HUD or Upgrades

    This is a visual guide on how to beat the game on Extreme with no HUD or Upgrades. I have beaten it on Tier Level 1 via Mission Replay, but I feel this combination is more realistic. There are no magical skills applied, and no HUD or mini map markers as visual aids. Since there are also no...
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    Upgrade Dell Inspiron 27" (7775) with NVMe and SSD

    I recently purchased the baseline model of the Dell Inspiron 27" (7775) AiO with the intention of updating it with NVMe and a SSD for data storage. This specifically is the AiO with the AMD Ryzen processor and Radeon RX560. The motherboard model is DELL 0KTK77. The M.2 is a "M key". For...
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    How to Make Your MacBook Invisible on a Shared Network

    Making your MacBook invisible on a shared network can improve your privacy. Even when your MacBook is visible to other users on the same network, they can’t access your files unless you grant access to them. Making your MacBook invisible helps increase your system security and keeps unwanted...
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    How to Fix Malfunctioning Programs on MacBook

    The MacOS boasts a reliable interface. However, there are times certain apps or programs might malfunction due to not loading properly, or because of a disk error. It is possible to fix malfunctioning apps on your MacBook. Just follow these simple steps. 1. Open ‘Force Quit Applications’...
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    Info How to Fix Photoshop Not Opening Issues in MacOS Sierra

    Photoshop is great for photo editing, but the Photoshop app sometimes has problems loading in MacOS Sierra. This problem also appears in systems that have recently upgraded to MacOS Sierra. It is possible to fix the problem yourself. To do it, follow these simple steps. How to Fix Photoshop...
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    How to Disable Siri on Your MacBook

    You might not want or need to use Siri. To stop Siri services on your MacBook you need to disable it, then restart your system to terminate any Siri processes running in the background. Disabling Siri will deactivate all Siri keyboard shortcuts and the ‘Hey Siri’ voice input. To continue, follow...
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    How to Do a Complete App Uninstall on MacBook

    Sometimes you find you no longer need an app on your MacBook. You can remove this app by uninstalling it. A simple restart after uninstalling will get rid of the files associated with the app. Uninstalling an app in macOS is not difficult. Just follow these simple steps. 1. Open ‘Finder’ Click...
  11. R

    How to Fix Firefox Problems on MacBook

    Firefox assures you privacy while browsing and downloading content. The interface is user-friendly and elegant, but there are times Firefox fails to load content and it may crash from time to time. You can fix many Firefox problems yourself. Just follow these simple steps. How to Fix Firefox...
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    How to Save Documents on iCloud with Your MacBook Pro

    iCloud can help you store files so you can use and edit them on multiple devices. It also helps you save space on your MacBook. Storing files in iCloud is remarkably simple; you just need to know a few basics. This is how you can transfer your important files to iCloud. 1. Open ‘System...
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    How to Clear Siri’s History Logs From Your MacBook

    Siri is an effective Voice Assistant on your MacBook. It can allow you to browse through Finder or access the internet without needing to touch your Mac. Your Siri requests are used by Apple to improve their services, yet there is no delete button to erase your entire Siri history. It is...
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    How to Fix Safari Crashing Problems on Your MacBook

    Safari comes built-in with your MacBook. Although a robust application, it crashes from time to time like any other tech. Fixing it on your own is quite simple. Follow these steps to prevent the Safari browser from crashing. How to Fix Crashing Problems by Excluding Safari Suggestions. 1...
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    How to Calibrate Your MacBook’s Battery for Better Performance

    Battery performance depends on things like the age of your battery, and power used by the apps you’re running. However, you can calibrate your battery so it gives better performance. It’s not difficult, but it can take time. Read on to find out how. 1. Select the ‘Apple’ Menu Click the ‘Apple’...
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    How to Clear User Cache on Your MacBook Pro

    Clearing out your cache can help you load websites and online content faster, but it can be cumbersome if you have many individual applications on your system. Clearing out the entire cache in your MacBook can save time and it is not difficult. You only need follow these steps. 1. Select ‘Go’...
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    How to Prevent Auto-Complete on Mac Browsers

    Auto-complete is a useful option that helps you save time while filling out online forms. It uses your history to predict your web browsing and actions. Not everybody wants to use this feature, and it can be disabled in MacBook browsers. You can do that by following these steps. How to Prevent...
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    How to Clear the Browser Cache on Your MacBook

    The browser cache can allow you to load websites faster. It does so by storing specific parts of a website in your internal storage and using these files on start-up instead of downloading them from a remote server. This can eventually slow your computer down, so the cache should be cleared...
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    How to use Recovery Mode When Your MacBook Fails to Boot

    If your MacBook fails to boot, there are some things you can do to retrieve your data and make your MacBook work. Recovery mode is specifically designed for this purpose. Using Recovery mode is quite similar to using your usual Mac interface. Here’s how to use it to rescue your system. How to...
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    How to Reset System Management Controller on Your MacBook

    Your Mac is one of the most robust systems out there, but there are times it might act up. If your Mac is crashing randomly, not responding well to sleep/power off commands, the interface is slowing down, or the display is having issues, you need to reset the System Management Controller (SMC)...