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Fortnite: Final Fight LTM Location of Last Circle 

by on June 24, 2018

Q: How do I determine where the final circle for Fortnite’s Final Fight LTM Mode Will Be?

A: Most complains about the current limited time mode in Fortnite called Final Fight is that “the run to the last circle is insane”. Imagine if you knew where the last circle was from the start. You’d be able to spend your time heading to the final circle as you loot instead of aimlessly wondering until the last circle was announced. Imagine no more final dash to the last circle where you get in a fight only to die in the storm. The game mode would actually be fun!

Can you determine where the final circle will be based on the first circle in the Final Fight LTM mode though? The answer is yes and I’m here to show you how to do it. There are also a few other strategies you might need to know as well so I’m going to walk you though the 5 L’s of Fornite’s Final Flight LTM that will help you not only win more Final Fight games but also make the game mode enjoyable.

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Five Things You Must Do On Your Computer Running Windows 7 

by on September 11, 2012

Q: What should I do to to my new computer running Windows 7 before I start using?

A: It is that time of year again where students head back to school and people start buying new computers. If you bought a new computer, received a computer, or just want to make sure that your computer is setup securely then you are in the right place! We are going to give you the top 5 things you need to do to your computer to make sure it is safe and we will even throw in 2 extra hints about keeping your data safe! Read the rest of this entry »


Things to look for in a portable TV 

by on June 23, 2010

Q: The portable hand-held TV’s that I am looking at all run on battery power. I am wondering if the battery is dead if I can plug them in and they will work while also recharging, much like a laptop?

The reason I ask is I want to get something in case we lose power due to a hurricane.

A: The first big thing everyone needs to remember is that we have switched from analog TV to digital TV so you need to make sure you get a digital TV. Technically stores are only allowed to sell digital TV’s so this is only an issue if you are buying a used TV from someone on a site like ebay or if you are planning on using an old portable TV that you have had for a few years. Read the rest of this entry »

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Things to keep in mind when using an external hard drive 

by on June 14, 2010

Q: What are the main upside and downsides to using an external hard drive verses a hard drive installed in your computer?

A: There are two major upsides to an external hard drive; portability and ability to use it with multiple computers. There are two major downsides to external hard drives as well; speed and reliability. Read the rest of this entry »

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The hard drives effect on the speed of your computer 

by on May 20, 2010

Q: Will putting a larger hard drive in my computer make my computer run faster?

A: The size of a hard drive alone will not effect the speed of your computer. In certain circumstances, specifically where your hard drive is completely full, adding a larger hard drive would be required to allow you computer to run correctly but it would not in and of itself speed up your computer. It would just fix the issues related to you not having enough hard drive space. Read the rest of this entry »

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Backup text messages on an Android based phone 

by on May 10, 2010

Q: Can I backup my text messages from my Android based phone?

A: You can get a free app in the marketplace called SMS Backup by Christoph Studer that will allow you to backup your text messages to a gmail account. If you do not want to backup to a gmail account then you can find other apps that will let you backup your Android based phone to other media.

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What a Wireless-N router can handle 

by on May 6, 2010

Q: I want to install a router for my two laptops, one desktop computer, and a Linksys Skype phone. Would a Wireless-N dual-band router with Gigabit Ethernet and USB ports be enough to run all the devices?

A: Your slow point is going to be your Internet connection not your router. The wireless router you are looking at has a lot of nice features and in theory can handle speeds of up to 300 Mbps (more likely to be around 100 Mbps though) over the wireless network and over the wired network it can handle 1000 Mbps. Mbps stands for a million bits per second and is a common way to measure how much data can be transferred in a second. Read the rest of this entry »

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Protect yourself from hackers by shutting your modem off 

by on May 4, 2010

Q: I have a Broadband Internet connection that uses a high speed modem connected to cable. I am wondering if turning off the cable modem will protect my computer from hackers when I am not using it.

A: If you turn off or disconnect your cable modem then there is no way for anyone to get to your computer over the Internet so you are protected. It seems like it makes more sense to turn off the computer though since there are some parts of the computer that only have a certain lifespan so by turning it off instead of the modem, or even as well as the modem, could possibly give you more life out of your computer Read the rest of this entry »

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Windows 7 upgrade vs Windows 7 full version 

by on April 30, 2010

Q: What’s the advantage of buying Windows 7 full version over Windows 7 upgrade?

A: The full version of Windows 7 allows you to take a computer that has no operating system at all on it and install Windows 7. The upgrade, while there are some workarounds, expects you to have a licensed version of Windows XP or Windows Vista already installed on the computer. This means you have to old on to your old operating system disc and license key in case you ever have to reinstall Windows again, which would involve installing the older operating system then installing the Windows 7 upgrade. Read the rest of this entry »

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Stop getting the open with which program popup 

by on April 29, 2010

Q: I am using Windows XP and I am wondering how you stop the window opening and asking “open with which program”?

A: At the bottom of the window you should see a checkbox that says ‘always open with this program’. If you check the checkbox then moving forward every time you try to access the file it should automatically open with the file you select without prompting you to ask what file program you want to use. Read the rest of this entry »

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