Monthly Archives: December 2011

How to find out your System Specs using PC Wizard

By on December 22, 2011

In this video, Redeye3323 is going to be taking you through how to get your system specs from PC Wizard 2010. First of all, open PC Wizard to display the System Summary … read more →

Activity Monitor Tutorial

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Activity Monitor is a tool on Mac OSX to accurately view processes and system resources running on your system. In this guide, I will explain what the program does, and how to … read more →

Introducing the TSF Youtube Channel

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Dear TSF readers, We are pleased to announce the launch of the TSF YouTube channel. We will be posting useful videos of tips, tricks, reviews and tutorials which we hope you’ll enjoy. … read more →

Getting started with Computer Programming

By on December 17, 2011

Disclaimer: This article was made as a way to get both new programmers started, as well as bring some light to topics that even experienced programmers can’t seem to get adequate insight … read more →

The battle continues…

By on December 13, 2011

I blogged a while ago about the ongoing battles between Apple and Samsung in relation to the tablet wars. Now Motorola Mobility (part of Google as I’m sure you will remember) have … read more →

Photoshop: Adjusting Levels

By on December 12, 2011

One of the simplest way of giving a photograph lift is by checking and if necessary, adjusting the levels. This involves taking a peek at the histogram of the image. Do not … read more →

Transferring Video Files from a Camcorder to a Computer

By on December 11, 2011

You can transfer video files without using the camcorder’s software if, like most camcorders these days, your camera has a hard drive or uses a memory card. Quite a few of the … read more →

DSLR: Dust on Sensors & Cleaning Kits

By on December 10, 2011

The cost of sending a DSLR to a professional cleaning service is about £45 each time. You may need/want to clean the sensor 3 ~ 4 times a year if you have … read more →

When is an iPad not an iPad?

By on December 7, 2011

Answer: when it’s sold in China. At least, that’s what now appears to be the situation with Apple having lost a court case over rights to the iPad name. A Chinese company … read more →

Caring for your notebook computer

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Proper care of your notebook computer is essential. It can extend the life of your computer drastically and keep it running in tip-top shape for years. Many of the problems seen on … read more →

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