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How about some RGB?

Do You want all your friends to ooh and aah when they see your PC? Here’s how to do it.

Disclaimer: I love Corsair’s ICUE software so this will be a guide on how to get the most out of a Corsair driven RGB setup. 180 palabras más

OneDrive sync problems

A. How to fix sync problems with OneDrive restarting app

To restart the OneDrive sync client on Windows 10, use these steps:

1. Click the OneDrive button in the bottom-right corner. 466 palabras más

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How to Map a Network Drive in Windows 10

Mapping a drive makes it easy to access information physically located on a different computer. A mapped drive is a simple shortcut to a remote hard drive. 219 palabras más

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How to Share Your Internet Connection in Windows Using Ethernet or Wi-Fi

In many situations, you can connect all of your devices to the same Wi-Fi network so getting them online is no problem. But what happens when one of your devices doesn’t have access to the connection, either because there it doesn’t have Wi-Fi, there is no Wi-Fi or the access is restricted (as in a hotel that only allows one connection per room)? 540 palabras más

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Best Windows Repair Tools

It is frustrating when your expensive PC works like a low-end one and starts performing slow just after one year of purchase. A PC requires tons of drivers to run smoothly. 492 palabras más

Latest Technology

SmartGo: Mac $0, Windows $19

tl;dr SmartGo for Mac is now free; SmartGo for Windows reduced to $19 (was $39). All-new version of SmartGo for iOS in the works, will come to Mac later. 331 palabras más

SmartGo

Turla’s ‘Crutch’ Backdoor Leverages Dropbox in Espionage Attacks

Researchers have discovered a previously undocumented backdoor and document stealer, which they have linked to the Russian-speaking Turla advanced persistent threat (APT) espionage group.

The malware, which researchers call “Crutch,” is able to bypass security measures by abusing legitimate tools – including the file-sharing service Dropbox – in order to hide behind normal network traffic. 605 palabras más

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