When the property market was booming, the conveyancing sector was forced to implement new ways to meet the increasing customer need for more efficient services and more in-depth communications.
How to compress photos
Are you looking for a way to “lighten” the images you upload to your blog? Want to free up some disk space by compressing the photos you’ve uploaded to your computer? How do you say? Are you still not very practical in terms of computer science and are you afraid of not being able to […]
The pros and cons of robo-advisors
One of the more notable developments in the financial advisory market in the past decade is the rise of robo-advisors. But what are they, exactly? Image Credit Investopedia describes robo advisors as platforms that deliver an automated financial planning service driven by algorithms. Largely free from the overheads paid by more traditional financial advisory firms, […]
Configure and manage two monitors on the same computer with Dual Monitor Tools
There are many users who either to increase their productivity, for gaming or for other necessities, they use two monitors connected to their computer. A configuration that allows us a better separation of contents and with which Windows 10 shows great compatibility. We may sometimes find that Windows 10 does not offer us the configuration […]
Top 5 Factors to Compare While Choosing Your Antivirus
Antivirus programs are essential for any electronic device whether it’s a tablet, smartphone, laptop or desktop to safeguard from malware such as viruses, ransomware, spyware, adware, Trojans and worms. There are plenty of antivirus products available in the market with each having their own unique features, pros and cons. You should compare various factors including […]
BeOS, the operating system that could be converted to Mac OS X but it did not
When Jean-Louis Gassée and Steve Sakoman left their posts at Apple in 1991 they had things very clear: the operating systems of the time were not good enough, so they created one from scratch. That operating system was called BeOS. When it finally appeared, BeOS demonstrated what the future of operating systems looked like. A future featuring […]
Android 8.0 Oreo, a more fluid, fast and complete experience
It has been a week since Google announced the new version of its operating system for mobile devices Android 8.0 Oreo, a major update full of important developments and improvements. In all this time we have been thoroughly testing Android 8.0 Oreo to bring you our first impressions of all new features that make the operating system smarter, faster and […]
How to Increase the Speed of Google Chrome
Google Chrome is a very popular browser, often preferred by Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and other alternative browsers. In its effectiveness, however, Chrome faces some problems, mainly linked to excessive memory consumption. Google’s browser uses a lot of memory to work perfectly. With the passing of time this can be a problem, slowing down program and navigation performance considerably. Fortunately, there are several […]
Google Images: How to Make the Most of It!
Google is the search engine most used to look for and find everything that interests us; therefore Google Images is probably the most used tool for search images precisely, on Google. Images of any website – if indexed – are shown to us according to the keyword used, and doing a search is really very simple. But is Google Images Only […]
How to create a USB pen that can be booted from Ubuntu
If you are reading this article, you probably have had my problem: creating a USB bootable pen from Ubuntu (specifically Ubuntu 16.04) seems almost impossible. Apparently, the Ubuntu Startup Creator tool and Unetbootin recently have some problems in creating a bootable and working 100% USB.