• Is there any Facebook helpline number?

    Best answer: Facebook Helpline Number @ 1 - 800 - 204 - 4491
    Best answer: Facebook Helpline Number @ 1 - 800 - 204 - 4491
    59 answers · Facebook · 4 days ago
  • Why my PC is not stating?

    I have a desktop with i5 4690K 16GB RAM 4X Intel 1500 SSD's in RAID 10. with Seasonic Snow silent 750 W PSU. When I shut down the PC it does not starts I have to wait for 5-6 hrs (Generally overnight) to start it again. Then it starts perfectly and no problem with it while its ON . Why it is not starting once... show more
    I have a desktop with i5 4690K 16GB RAM 4X Intel 1500 SSD's in RAID 10. with Seasonic Snow silent 750 W PSU. When I shut down the PC it does not starts I have to wait for 5-6 hrs (Generally overnight) to start it again. Then it starts perfectly and no problem with it while its ON . Why it is not starting once shut down Why I have to wait. PSU is 6 month old
    4 answers · Desktops · 2 hours ago
  • Router not working?

    I had to change modems because my ISP no longer accepts my old one. Internet is working from modem, but when I connect the modem to the router, a wired connection from the router to the computer isn't giving me internet. No less, neither my computer or phone are getting internet wirelessly. I never had problems... show more
    I had to change modems because my ISP no longer accepts my old one. Internet is working from modem, but when I connect the modem to the router, a wired connection from the router to the computer isn't giving me internet. No less, neither my computer or phone are getting internet wirelessly. I never had problems with my router before until I bought this new modem. I tried so many things. I've done troubleshoot on Windows which led me to network reset and virtual driver wipe. I looked up online solutions which led me to reset tcp/ip stack, factory reset my router, restart my router, restart my modem, and restart my computer. I doubt I need to upgrade any drivers because everything was working perfectly before. I can access the router's browser settings without a problem and it broadcasts just fine. But of all things, it's not broadcasting the internet. So what's wrong with the modem?
    4 answers · Computer Networking · 7 hours ago
  • Is a Chromebook the same thing as a laptop?

    Best answer: A chromebook is a type of laptop but not all laptops are chromebooks. A chromebook is a basic laptop that runs chrome operating system. Other types of laptops will run a windows operating system. A MacBook is a laptop that runs apple’s operating system. Chromebooks are cheap laptops with a small amount of flash... show more
    Best answer: A chromebook is a type of laptop but not all laptops are chromebooks. A chromebook is a basic laptop that runs chrome operating system. Other types of laptops will run a windows operating system. A MacBook is a laptop that runs apple’s operating system.

    Chromebooks are cheap laptops with a small amount of flash memory instead of a hard drive. They store most of the information on the cloud - this is internet based, so unless you have regular access to a WiFi spot you can connect to you would be better getting a macbook or a windows laptop. Chromebooks can’t run the same programs as a windows machine, e.g Microsoft office, nor can it run any games written for windows. They are fine for basic web surfing social media, emails etc.
    13 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 2 days ago
  • What do you like watching TV or YouTube?

    Best answer: Definitely, YouTube. Because we can watch everything, what we need to watch on YouTube.
    Best answer: Definitely, YouTube. Because we can watch everything, what we need to watch on YouTube.
    18 answers · YouTube · 3 days ago
  • Which do you like better, Google or Apple?

    Best answer: Google.
    Best answer: Google.
    10 answers · Google · 2 days ago
  • Which to get, a iMac or a PC?

    Best answer: Macs use the same hardware as a PC, for the most part. In fact Apple uses the same Intel processors and Samsung memory IC's that you'd find a laptop. Gaming is and always has been the biggest drawback for Apple based computers because you have to buy a iMac Pro desktop if you want something powerful enough... show more
    Best answer: Macs use the same hardware as a PC, for the most part. In fact Apple uses the same Intel processors and Samsung memory IC's that you'd find a laptop. Gaming is and always has been the biggest drawback for Apple based computers because you have to buy a iMac Pro desktop if you want something powerful enough to play PC games. The hardware configuration the new iMac Pro isn't really ideal for gaming to begin with since it uses a high core count Intel CPU and a Vega Frontier Pro graphics card. If you bought a Mac for gaming you would end up being disappointed. Apple doesn't make any kind of setup they can market towards PC gamers because they'd have to preinstall Windows 10 on top of OS-X in order to do that. Macs are more geared toward content creation, video editing, and other creative types of work. They are not great number crunchers if GPU acceleration is highly needed. Most of the people who buy Macs are invested in Mac only software.

    PC gaming isn't as simple as a console because everything is preconfigured with a console. There is no guesswork in adjusting the settings, or wondering how well your system will run a game. This can be the same way for a PC as well if you were just gaming on a 1080p display and you spent $1500 on the tower. However to get the most out of your hardware you would really need to figure out what kind of monitor or display setup you'd like to use before you pick what goes inside your tower.

    1080p is the most widely used monitor setup. Some gamers will spend more money on a 1440p or even a 2160p display. Higher screen resolutions need a better graphics card. You can easily play any PC game you want at 1080p high settings with a GTX 1050ti but the 1050ti would be overwhelmed trying to play games at 2160p. A card like the GTX 1080ti is geared towards gamers who play at 4k, and a GTX 1060 or AMD RX 580 is geared towards people who want 1080p Ultra settings or 1440p medium to high settings. Something like a GTX 1070, GTX 1070ti, and RX Vega 56 is geared towards 2560x1080 21:9 or a standard 1440p display. What you get depends on what graphics detail and FPS you want at a particular screen resolution.

    The CPU is less important in a gaming rig. People build budget gaming computers with processors like the AMD Ryzen 1200 and Intel Pentium g4600 that cost $80 to $110. However for the ideal gaming PC, a $200 Ryzen 5 1600 or 1600x, or the Intel Core i5-8400 are the all around picks. There is a myth that you need a high end CPU like a Core i9-7900x or Core i7-8700k if you're gaming at 4k but in reality the GPU is bottlenecked at these screen resolutions because more pixels are difficult to process. Once your game allows the GPU to render 90fps and more, the workload will get shared with the CPU.

    PC gaming opens up the option to use a 144hz monitor which will allow the screen to produce 144fps. Some people don't see much of a difference but others do. These types of monitors are ideal for fast paced First person shooter games. The only catch behind these is you need a relatively powerful PC to push good settings while giving you plentiful Frames Per Second. This is where picking a fast CPU become important. For the most part the 6-core Core i5-8600k or Core i7-8700k is ideal for this type of setup. You also need a faster graphics card like a GTX 1070. A GTX 1080 is more ideal for a 1080p 144hz monitor setup.

    You can get by with 8gb of RAM but only if you're gaming on a 1080p monitor with a mid-tier graphics card like the GTX 1060 at the most. Higher screen resolutions combined with a higher end graphics card will use more system RAM. This is when 16gb of RAM is ideal.

    Since you're new to this I can only imagine that you're leaning towards buying a prebuilt PC to play games. You can save money by building your own PC but there is a lot of research that goes into this. You can look at synthetic benchmarks to get an ideal about ranking in a lineal fashion, but if you're trying to find a card that fits at a particular resolution, or if you want to overkill your setup, then it's a good idea to read over benchmark based reviews on graphics cards. Sites like guru3d, Tom's Hardware, anandtech, Techpowerup, hardocp, and techspot will show how cards compare to one another and give you more details on the cards.
    10 answers · Desktops · 2 days ago
  • My friend s pc is beeping weirdly what do I do?

    Best answer: hey people,
    it's me, the person who was having the pc beep continuously.
    it's fine now, all i did was unplug my speakers, and it hasn't beeped since.
    if it comes back i'll tell you...
    thanks for trynna help
    bye!
    Best answer: hey people,
    it's me, the person who was having the pc beep continuously.
    it's fine now, all i did was unplug my speakers, and it hasn't beeped since.
    if it comes back i'll tell you...
    thanks for trynna help
    bye!
    5 answers · Other - Computers · 3 days ago
  • What is a format of storing data (text and images) that is not likely to go extinct in the next 15 years?

    I have written a letter to myself that I intend to read in the far future, I want to store it in a cloud or something but I don't know what type of file I should store it in. Should I just store it as a word document or will word be completely gone by 2031?
    I have written a letter to myself that I intend to read in the far future, I want to store it in a cloud or something but I don't know what type of file I should store it in. Should I just store it as a word document or will word be completely gone by 2031?
    8 answers · Programming & Design · 24 hours ago
  • Is it just me or did YA just become almost unusable?

    Best answer: Glitcheroo. Go to Notifications, top right. Then click on Points, bottom right. Doesn't always work.
    Best answer: Glitcheroo. Go to Notifications, top right. Then click on Points, bottom right. Doesn't always work.
    9 answers · Other - Internet · 4 days ago
  • How to repair a computer that doesn't start in first attempt?

    But starts when it is shut off once or twice and restarted? Is its power supply needs replacement?
    But starts when it is shut off once or twice and restarted? Is its power supply needs replacement?
    10 answers · Desktops · 2 days ago
  • Why are people on YA such idiots?

    Is it because they have been legally banned from using facebook or because they answer questions to get thumbs up?
    Is it because they have been legally banned from using facebook or because they answer questions to get thumbs up?
    6 answers · Facebook · 10 hours ago
  • How to get Wi-Fi in room?

    6 answers · Computer Networking · 17 hours ago
  • Help! Someone is logged into my Facebook account and it isnt me?

    Best answer: your location is showing your ISP location - that changes from time to time especially if you switch cell phone providers - it's nothing to worry about
    Best answer: your location is showing your ISP location - that changes from time to time especially if you switch cell phone providers - it's nothing to worry about
    8 answers · Facebook · 2 days ago
  • Why does my new PC not start? It gives beeps?

    Hello, I just bought all the PC parts I need to build my own PC, I did build PC's before so it's not my first time. But this time, when I start the fresh build PC, all the fast spin but it gives ome short and one long beep, and then powers itself off. I don't even get to the BIOS part. How do I fix... show more
    Hello, I just bought all the PC parts I need to build my own PC, I did build PC's before so it's not my first time. But this time, when I start the fresh build PC, all the fast spin but it gives ome short and one long beep, and then powers itself off. I don't even get to the BIOS part. How do I fix this? I tried to switch RAM slots, remove the BIOS battery, With and without GPU, in the case and outside the case but nothing helps. This are the parts of my build: Intel i7-7800X MSI GTX 1070 ti X299 Aorus Gaming 3 Pro Motherboard Ballistix Sport 2x8GB DDR4 2400Mhz (The CPU only supports 2400Mhz RAM) Coisair CX650 PSU Samsung Evo 850, 250gb SSD WD Blue 2TB HDD Zalman white case Looking for help, thanks!
    17 answers · Desktops · 4 days ago
  • I cannot access the internet by wi-fi at home, but could my neighbours hack into my notebook if I don't update my Norton software software?

    As the only internet access I have at home, is with my mobile phone and the pre-paid monthly credit I have with my ISP. My notebooks runs Windows 10, and Norton Security Premium is installed on both devices.
    As the only internet access I have at home, is with my mobile phone and the pre-paid monthly credit I have with my ISP. My notebooks runs Windows 10, and Norton Security Premium is installed on both devices.
    17 answers · Security · 4 days ago
  • Is this internet speed good?

    My ping is < 1ms, my download speed is 1.29 Mbps, and my upload speed is 1.09 Mbps. It seems to be rather slow, and I'm wondering if it's my computer that's causing it, or if it's the internet speed. If it's the internet speed, I'll talk to my accommodation about it.
    My ping is < 1ms, my download speed is 1.29 Mbps, and my upload speed is 1.09 Mbps. It seems to be rather slow, and I'm wondering if it's my computer that's causing it, or if it's the internet speed. If it's the internet speed, I'll talk to my accommodation about it.
    5 answers · Other - Internet · 2 hours ago