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Showing posts with label Monitor Tips. Show all posts

How To Choose A Monitor for Your Computer

Because of the many choices we have now when it comes to computer monitor, choosing a monitor that complements our computer has become a real challenge. Unlike before, when we only have very limited choices and we must choose between two or three types of computer screens only, we are not faced with so many choices that could make our heads reel particularly if we are not really aware of these things. If you are one of those people who are at a loss as to the criteria to follow when choosing a computer monitor, do not worry. It's not really as bad as you think it is. If you can not make up your mind what kind of monitors you want, here are some points to consider for you. 

 Traditional instructors (CTR) v the LCD The computer monitor provides instant feedback by giving you a picture of the text that you type keyboards or image that you created or downloaded on your computer so it is very important that you get a computer screen well so you'll be able to see properly the texts and images on the screen. The traditional monitor, much like that the screen on your computer, using cathode ray tube (CTR). Traditional instructors give you greater viewing angle so you can watch in a much wider compared to most other types of computer monitor. However, this type of monitor comes with a deep image tube which can take up much space. If you have limited space in your work area, this type of screen can be like a pig space and leave little space for your work. If you use a Hewlett-Packard (HP) computer, a traditional monitor will probably look awkward with it. 

Note that home and home office laptops from HP are state of the art equipment so that it would be a good idea to use one of the latest models of computer screens with them. Compared to traditional screens, the display liquid crystal display (LCD) occupies less space. LCD monitors are designed as flat screen monitors that can easily fit into a small area. If you use an HP Pavilion Slimline, this type of screen look great with your HP computer. Note that the LCD complete functionality of your thin HP Pavilion. Since the LCD uses digital technology, this type of computer monitor gives you greater compliance compared to conventional screen. In addition, this type of screen does not react to interference from high power magnetic fields so there is less chance for you to get disturbed while working.

Hibernate your PC

Fact: I never Shut Down my PC. Ops, does that mean my PC is on 24 hours non-stop? Not at all! If I let it Onn all day, I would be contributing to the waste of electricity.

I do not Shut Down, but I put my PC in Hibernate mode.

What is the advantage of Hibernate?

Let's say you open multiple applications in Windows, for example Microsoft Word, Firefox, Adobe Photoshop and others. And you do not save more documents in all applications. When you Hibernate your computer, it will be deleted, and you can remove the electrical plug. Right back ON your PC, all the applications are still open, and all you do not save the document again just now! Easy huh. Right ON the PC process is also faster if you Hibernate, compared to Shut Down.

How Hibernate works?

In the event Hibernate, Windows will first store all your data in the Hard Disk. This data remains even if the computer power plug is unplugged. That's why when you right ON the PC, the data is still there. Different from Standby mode, the computer simply put the data in RAM, and this data will be lost if you cut off the supply of electricity.

How To Hibernate PC?
Click Start Menu> Turn Off Computer. At the exit window display, press Shift and Stand By button will change to Hibernate.

You also can set the Sleep button on your keyboard (I personally use this method). Follow the steps in Windows XP:
  1. Right-click on the Desktop and select Properties.
  2. In Display Properties, select the Screen Saver tab.
  3. On the Power Monitor, click the Power button.
  4. In the Power Options Properties, see the Power buttons. In the option "When I press the sleep button on my computer quot;, select Hibernate from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click on the OK button.

Use 2 Monitors For Computers Or Laptop

Now, you do not have to worry budget to buy a larger monitor. Tips that I want to share at this time is dedicated to someone who crave computer screen size larger, especially when working with digital photographs. Than you buy a larger monitor that is certainly cost, maybe you better buy two small monitors and cheap, both bowed and 'connect' right on your pc.

There are many latest desktop now supports dual computer without the need for additional hardware. If you have more than one monitor connector, please see the back of your computer for Video Graphics Array Connector (VGA) or Digital Visual Interface Connector (DVI) or one of them. Your monitor cable Connectkan another at VGA or DVI behind your computer.

To configure the monitor screen, press the monitor and restart the computer. The computer will detect the new monitor connection. Please follow the instructions below (Windows 7):

1. Click Start menu - Control Panel - Display

2. Click Change Display Settings

3. Click the monitor icon labeled 2 and click on Extend this DISPLAYS

4. If necessary, drag the icon monitor. Keep instructed on the same way as the monitors on your desk. Click the button to Identityuntuk determine which monitor 1 and which monitor 2

5. Click Apply and OK to confirm the settings

Have two monitors will revolutionize the way you work with a computer so that they can make you more creative. And for those who have children can also tu ni ways, so it is disturbing our work. 1 we open the story tu monitor your child's favorite cartoon on Youtube or use VCD / DVD.

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