In this article, we are testing and reviewing a touch monitor called ASUS VT229H. The manufacturer says that it is a 21.5-inch monitor with a frameless design, 10-point multi-touch, a beautiful IPS panel, and wide viewing angles. We were curious whether it was a good product, so we started using it. Here is what we found out about ASUS VT229H, during our review:ASUS VT229H Touch Monitor: Who is it good for?
The ASUS VT229H is a good choice for people who:
When you run an app in Windows 10, you may need a location for the app to run properly, or to produce relevant information for you. Windows 10 tries to find your device's location, but it may fail to get one. To cope with these situations, Windows 10 has introduced a Default location that directs the Windows apps and services when Windows can't detect a more exact location for your PC. Setting your default location is easy as pie, as you will see in this guide:
If you receive a computer with Windows 10 from someone else, and you want to start using it like it was new, making sure there are no leftovers, a Remove Everything type of reset is what you need. You may also want to reset your Windows 10 PC and wipe out all data on it when you want to sell it or give it to someone else. If you are sure that the data in your Windows 10 PC is no longer needed, here is how to reset Windows 10 to its factory settings:
Taking screenshots is a convenient way of saving and sharing information on your PC, your smartphone or your tablet. If a picture speaks a thousand words, then a screenshot is a good way to get a friend or a co-worker to see what you are seeing. But once you take the screenshot, where do you find it for later use? Let's find out how to locate your screenshots on Windows, Android, as well as iPhones and iPads:
NOTE: This tutorial helps you find the location of screenshots taken on Windows, Android, and iOS. If you do not know how to take screenshots, read:
Installing new software on your Mac can be a confusing process when it comes to programs unavailable in the App Store, like Google Chrome. While the pre-installed Safari is perfectly adequate, some users prefer using Chrome as their web browser. Not only does Chrome have the advantage of being available on multiple platforms, which means that you can use it on every device you own, but it ties you into the Google ecosystem, making both your preferences and data readily available. Here's how to download Google Chrome for your Mac:
Google Chrome reigns supreme as the dominant web browser. You can use Google Chrome on your home computer, your work computer, or your mobile devices, and keeping it up to date is crucial for security and performance. Let's find out how to check the Google Chrome version that you have installed, in Windows, Android, or iOS (iPhone or iPad) to make sure that you use the latest version and not an older one:
We recently received in testing one of ASUS' latest mini-PCs, called PB60G. Even if it is a small form factor PC, that does not stop it from being powerful. It comes with 8th generation Intel processors, up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM, 4K Ultra HD video output and many ports, including USB 3.1 Gen2 and USB Type-C. Furthermore, it also boasts a modular design, which means that you can stack additional modules such as an optical media drive or a dedicated video card. If you want to find out more about the ASUS Mini PC PB60G and see how it performs in real life, read our review:
Do you use your Mac to type in more than one language? Perhaps your keyboard layout does not match your chosen display language, or maybe you are just looking for another more comfortable input layout for your preferred language. Either way, changing the keyboard input layout on your Mac can be useful, especially when you need to use special characters for the language of your choice. Like most operating systems, MAC OS supports multiple languages and their accepted input sources.
The Timeline is one of the most useful features added in recent versions of Windows 10. It offers an excellent way to continue your work from one device and onto another. However, one of the main flaws of the Timeline was that, up until now, it was not able to work with Google Chrome. Which meant that you could pick up your web activities from where you left off, only if you used Microsoft Edge. That is no longer the case, as Microsoft released an extension for Google Chrome that makes it compatible with the Timeline.
We all encountered files with uncommon extensions, from time to time. Of course many of us know about .docx files, .pdf files, .mp3 files or .iso files. However, have you heard about the .eps file extension? How about .dng? What do you do if you have to open such files? In this article, we are going to show you how to deal with files with unknown file types and learn which apps or programs you should install to view their content. Let's get started: