Friday, 27 May 2016

I've heard lately that some people prefer some different options in regards to their languages on their PC. Here is a good tip on how to add some other languages to your #Windows 10 PC.

"You can change your PC's display language to any supported language that has been added to your computer. To do this, click the language you want to use and click Options. Under Language options, click Download to download the basic language pack (not all language packs are available). Once the language pack has downloaded, go back to Region & language, click the language and click Set as default.


You'll see a notification appear under the language that reads Will be display language after next sign-in. Sign out of Windows and sign back in, and your new display language will be set."

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Friday, 13 May 2016

For all those computer users who never shut-down or restart their computer, it is quite important to do so regularly.

"When you delay restarting your computer, the operating system keeps unnecessary apps, temporary files, disk caches, page files and other functions running up in the background.
If you don’t already want to put your fist through the screen over the slow performance, failing to close down the system also leads to memory problems.
Apps and software you may have used weeks ago can clog up the memory and cause your computer to crash or freeze regularly."
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Tuesday, 10 May 2016

‪#‎4K‬ Blu Ray players have finally arrived on the market. Now we can put those 4K TV's to proper use!

"The Samsung UBD K8500 Ultra HD Blu-ray player is selling in Australia for $599, however the range of 4K Blu-ray Discs available to play on it will initially be quite limited.
Just a dozen are available now, with 30 titles expected to be released by August and 100 by the end of the year.
Panasonic will launch a competing 4K Blu-ray player, though not until September.
Both devices will be able to play 4K HDR, or High Dynamic Range, discs that will deliver a greater colour range and contrast on screen.
The Blu-ray players will also provide the first access to 4K content outside YouTube and Netflix in Australia, which is only available to viewers with internet connections faster than 25 megabits per second."

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