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5 Tips for Laptop Use

CUergo: 5 Tips for Laptop Use




Cornell University Ergonomics Web

5 Tips for Using a Laptop Computer

  1. Un-ergonomic Laptops – the design of laptops violates a basic
    ergonomic requirement for a computer, namely that the keyboard and screen are
    separated. In the early days of personal computing desktop devices integrated
    the screen and keyboard into a single unit, and this resulted in widespread
    complaints of musculoskeletal discomfort. By the late 1970’s a number of
    ergonomics design guidelines were written and all called for the separation of
    screen and keyboard. The reason is simple – with a fixed design, if the
    keyboard is in an optimal position for the user, the screen isn’t and if the
    screen is optimal the keyboard isn’t. Consequently, laptops are excluded from
    current ergonomic design requirements because none of the designs satisfy this
    basic need. This means that you
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Computer Hints and Tips to bring you back from the edge

You’ve Been Here Before, but
Now You’re Just Visiting…

Everyone has been to PC Hell at one
time or another. It’s that place you visit when your personal computer
is driving you insane with problems, glitches, and so on. To try to
soothe the frustration, we’ll provide some tips, hints, and
troubleshooting remedies to help you get out of PC Hell. Be warned
however, sometimes there is no exit….

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Windows 8 Reviews and Help 

DNSChanger Trojan Removal  

Support
for Windows XP and Windows Vista
without the latest service packs ends in 2010 

Windows Genuine
Advantage Issues and Solutions
 

Product Key Does Not Match Current Windows SKU

Cannot
Install Plugins after Installing or Upgrading to WordPress 2.8 

Computer Continuously Reboots
with Stop Error after SP3 is installed 

Reviews
of the latest Spyware Removal Programs including Microsoft AntiSpyware,
Lavasoft Ad-Aware SE Personal, and Spybot Search and Destroy 1.4

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Teen Internet Safety Tips

Every web site has this thing called a “privacy policy.” It will tell you
how that web site uses all the personal information about you, like your name.
In some cases, though, when you’re not looking, some web sites ignore their
privacy policy and sell your email address to other companies. When you open
your email one day, you might have 150 spam emails in your inbox as a result.
If a web site is asking for too much information about you, take control and
leave the site. (Again, would you give this information to some older stranger
at the mall? Probably not.)


What about Nude Photos and Sex Sites?

You’ve probably come across some explicit sexual material on the Internet.
That’s because pornography is big business on the web. If you come across a
pornography site or get pornographic email, take control: Leave the site

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Can’t Connect to the Internet? These 10 Tips Can Help

Lifewire / Theresa Chiechi
  1. Action

    • Ensure your wired or wireless network hardware is switched on and plugged in.
  2. Rule Out False Alarms. What may seem to be a network problem connecting to the Internet is sometimes simply a website (or whatever server is on the other end of the connection) being temporarily offline.

    Action

    • Before assuming your internet connection is faulty, try visiting several popular Web sites rather than just one.
  3. Avoid IP Address Conflicts. If your computer and another on the network both have the same IP address, the conflict between them will prevent either from working properly online.

    Action

  4. Check for Computer Firewall Malfunctions. Firewall software running on most computers is intended to prevent unwanted network traffic from disrupting its operation. Unfortunately, these software firewalls can malfunction and start blocking valid Internet traffic. When two software firewalls, such as Windows Firewall plus a third-party product,

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