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How to Disable Built in Video Memory

This article will explain how to disable built in video memory. These steps will also help disable other built in components, such as audio or LAN. Steps 1 Start the Computer and enter the BIOS by pressing “Delete”, other keys include the F1, F2 or F10 keys, at the main …

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How to Send Large Video Files Using DropSend.com

Most free email clients have maximum attachment size for their emails, making you unable to send large video files to friends and family. Luckily, there is a solution; DropSend is a service that allows you to send large files to others. Although the popular plans are paid, they do offer a lite …

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How to Clean iPhone Speakers

There are three main ways to clean your iPhone speakers. You could use a soft-bristle toothbrush to scrub the speaker. You could use canned air to blow debris out of the speaker’s nooks and crannies. Finally, you could use adhesive tape to remove the gunk trapped in or around the …

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How to Clean AirPods

Thoroughly cleaning your AirPods can help them look and function better. If your AirPods are looking like they’ve seen better days, there are a few tricks you can use to get them looking polished and new again. Once they’re clean, you can routinely wipe them down so they don’t get …

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How to Choose Bluetooth Headphones

Deciding on whether you should opt for wireless Bluetooth headphones or standard wired ones will be dependent on personal preference. Like all things, both choices have pros and cons but you might find that the Bluetooth option has favourable specifications for your day to day needs. Part1 Selecting the Type …

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How to Clean a Headphone Jack

When your phone or other electronic device is left free in your bag or pocket, the headphone jack accumulates dirt and lint. Without cleaning, you eventually will not be able to plug in your headphones. Headphone jacks can be cleaned quickly and safely, though. Compressed air blows out debris, but …

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How to Scan With Kooka

Kooka is a popular free software program to scan images and documents. It is normally included with the KDE environment on Linux distributions. It can also be used for OCR (optical character recognition). Steps 1 Click Preview Scan. If you can’t see this option, try Settings then Select Scan Device. The image will appear to …

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