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Photo app not importing my photos from IPhone XR?
I know how to do this but every time I choose my device, it says can't find device. It's securely plugged into my computer, so I have no idea why. Please help.. thanx
What is the best laptop for art students?
See what the college you are going to requires you to get. Some unfortunately will ask you to buy a Macbook. In which case just get a macbook, nothing much you can do there. If not then see what software you are required to use? If you need to use something like Adobe Creative suite then you will need a powerful laptop with a modern CPU and optionally a dedicated graphics card. CPU is more important though. You will need at least 8–12 Gb of Ram. Never go below 8Gb. A high resolution screen is also important. At least 1080p with good color. Finally you need to pick your poison (OS). On a non macbook laptop you have 3 good choices. Windows 7, Windows 10, or Linux. Which one depends on the software you will be using. If you are using something dependent on Windows then you should probably get windows 10 or windows 7. Windows 10 has all the latest features and updates. Windows 7 is solid and relatively more lightweight. If however you are not using software dependant on windows then you might consider installing Linux. Ubuntu Studio is a linux distribution tailored to digital artists. It comes preinstalled with a full arsenal of useful tools for Graphics design, photography, video editing, compositing, animation, Digital music production, and Publishing. It’s very modern and fast and it’s 100% free and open source. You can test it out without installing if you want. If you don’t need to use windows you can save money using linux.
So what exactly is this new system all about???
The Windows 10 May 2020 Update is on its way. I am hoping that all the bugs are out of this new update and old ones have been corrected.. Is anyone getting the pop up below and has found a way to eliminate it?? " The Recycle Bin on D:\ is corrupted and do you want to repir it? Tried lots of suggested fixes none seem to work.
Clean Install and still running into problems.
When ever Windows came out I run into problems on the regular. Every Clean install is from a CD or USB and I downloaded it that day. I just downloaded on 4/2/21. After 2 days of running it becomes unstable. How? 1. I run a program called BOINC "the reason I run it 24/7". And the Project it's running is Asteroids@home for GPU work. Windows runs fine for nearly 2 days and then my computer is laggy. After I suspend all GPU work... It's fine. After restarting my computer and start running the SAME GPU work. It's fine now. That's not all... 2. Taskbar crashes, well... disappears and reappears and some programs that run in the background that put icons on the bottom right are not running "meaning not there anymore. It loves taking out EVGA Precision X, X OC, X 16 of any version. 3. Can't lower resolution lower then 4K. When lowing it from Windows settings is says it's at 1080 but my TV still says 4K. Games can't lower it either. Gams that don't support it I can't play "exp: Bejeweled 3". It did for a while on older versions of Win 10. 4. HDR does or doesn't work. I have an HDR TV. Certain games will enable HDR? Even though the game doesn't support HDR. 5. Devices randomly disconnect and reconnect because I hear the audio prompt and/or popup notice. 6. Keyboard stop working in Feedback Hub but backspace works just fine. After switching from Sticky Notes to Feedback Hub it started working again and it did it again. It's been 4 days now. The only thing I didn't do is install a Windows 10 DVD drivers that came with the MoBo. To see if that was the issue. No. X99 MoBo P.S. On another computer on an HP all in one here APU video drivers stopped running and had to reinstall it to get it back up and running. I wondered why the back light would not go out.
Setting Up Multiple Monitors
To work with multiple monitors, you need a graphics card that supports the feature. However, connections can be either VGA, DVI, HDMI, or DisplayPort. You don't need to shut down your PC before connecting another monitor to it. Windows 10 recognizes different monitors on the fly. To use multiple monitors: 1. While having a primary monitor connected to your PC, connect a second one. 2. To switch between options for multiple monitors, press Windows Logo+P. Keep pressing P while holding down Windows Logo until you find an option, and then release the Windows Logo key. Options for multiple monitors: PC screen only: Show the desktop only on the first monitor or laptop's screen. Duplicate: Clone the desktop on both monitors. Extend: Makes your first monitor primary and your second monitor secondary. This is useful if you want to run separate programs on different monitors. Second screen only: Show the desktop only on the second monitor or blank the laptop's screen before showing the desktop only on the second monitor. Note and tip: - If you have a laptop, you can connect a monitor or TV to it. Doing this depends on what connections for monitors or TVs that you have. - If you have a third-party graphics card program, you can control multiple monitors.
activation of windows 10
I want to active my windows 10 on my PC , but there is this error and I do not know how to fix it . the error is 0x8007232B , and I do not have product key . what should I do ? thanks
tiger woods PGA tour 6
I have tiger woods PGA tour 6 it installs but doesn't run it tells me that direct x says not enough video memory. What can I do to fix this?
Emojis To Rate MSN Articles Are Back !!! 👀
Hi Everyone, I know that there are some of you that are probably thinking " The Emojis On The MSN Pages Never left " what in the world is the Leprechaun Talking about. Well that brings me to my little "True" story I Have for you. A few months back I wrote a post up here on the board about the New feature MSN had started by letting its readers of there articles respond on what they thought by allowing you to select a Emoji at the top of the article so you could rate it. ( You Know by selecting - Like - Mad - Surprised - Etc. Etc. ) Anyway, I noticed one day that they where gone so I thought to myself MSN must have stopped the new feature. So today I decided to clear my history in my MS Edge Browser before doing some disk cleanup and housekeeping. Most of the time I only clear the history for the past seven days, but today I decided to Clear "All Time" so I did, and then relaunched MS Edge. And Low And Behold the Feature was back!.. Shazam!... When I Clear, These are the Items I Have Checked ✔ Your selection may vary, so read the selections carefully Before Appling check marks and Only Clear what you wish to. ✔ = Browser History ✔ = Download History ✔ = Cookies And Other Site Data ✔ = Cached Images And Files Moral of this true story " If something is acting funny in your MS Edge try Clearing "All Time" Of the stuff in the History " It worked for me 👍✔😊 Likes/Dislikes?...
Windows 10 display is flickering
When I am on my main PC running Windows 10, I get display flickering. I kept installing the display driver but it kept going back to the Basic VGA driver then the Microsoft driver for AMD Radeon, even if I deleted the driver completely and changed Windows update's service to manual. Anyone know how to fix this? Here are my PC specs: Graphics card: AMD Radeon R9 255(according to Windows)/Asus RX290(according to my cousin who used to it in his main PC which is pre built) Processor: AMD Ryzen 9 390X Motherboard: Asus Tuf gaming B450M-Plus Gaming RAM: 32 GB Drive: Seagate Barracuda 510 M.2 NVMe Power Supply: Deepcool DA700 Case: CoolerMaster Masterbox 5 with RGB OS: Windows 10 LTSC 2019
Open Screen Resolution by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, and then, under Appearance and Personalization, clicking Adjust screen resolution. Click the drop-down list next to Resolution, move the slider to the resolution you want, and then click Apply.
Open Screen Resolution by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, and then, under Appearance and Personalization, clicking Adjust screen resolution. Click Advanced settings, and then click the Monitor tab. Under Colors, select True Color (32 bit), and then click OK.
1080p is the most common resolution for movies, TV, gaming, and many of the experiences that Xbox has to offer. A 1080p television makes no compromises in image quality, so you can enjoy content like Blu-ray movies at their intended resolution.
Right-click on the desktop and select Screen resolution. Click the Resolution drop-down menu and the list of recommended resolutions for your screen will appear. In case the desired resolution is not among those recommended, click Advanced settings. On the Adapter tab, click Show all modes.