Frequently Asked Questions…
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Top Tip #1:
Did you know when working and copying and pasting, there is a shortcut on your keyboard? Save time and copy in style. “Ctrl” + “C” key together allows you to copy. “Ctrl” + “V” will paste what you’ve copied.
Top Tip #2:
Did you know when switching between window screens that there is an easy quick and efficient way?
Hit “Alt” + “Tab” and choose the window you’d like to work on. These windows are the programs you have running and may be currently working on. Using this keystroke will be nice to switch between two windows such as; word and an article you may be reading.
Top Tip #3:
Did you know when your computer may be freezing or a program is acting up, you can force a close on that program? We with this keystroke you easily can. Hit “Ctrl” + “Shift” + “Esc”, This will open “Windows Task Manager”.
Top Tip #4:
Did you know to fix those little mistakes, you can undo almost any action? CTRL + Z is the ultimate hot key, however note that undo doesn’t just apply to typing. If you accidentally delete or move a file, you can hit CTRL + Z to bring it right back to where it was. In Chrome and Firefox you can also undo closing a tab using CTRL + SHIFT + T.
Top Tip #5:
Did you know how much memory (RAM) you should have?
This question depends on the computer user you are, what programs you plan on running on the computer, and how many programs you have open at a given time. One of the best methods of determining how much RAM you should have is to look at the system requirements of the programs you’re running on your computer and double whatever the memory requirements are for the program you use most. However, below is the general recommendation for memory we’d suggest your computer has for todays programs and operating systems. Minimum: 4GB, Recommended: 8GB, Excellent: 8GB or more.