Today I changed a lot of stuff around on the website, and I misspelled one of my hyperlinks. I was emailed by one of Techpopper’s visitors today saying they were taken to a 404 error page. Not being computer savvy, they were confused on why this happened. I am making this list today for you to reference to incase you ever come across one of these errors. I will also try to make this basic as this can get real techy, but I want everyone to be able to understand it. If I forget an important one please let me know.
Continue reading List Of HTTP Client And Server Error Codes, And Their Meanings
Okay, I know I won’t really be teaching you anything in this post, or discussing anything, really. A lot of computer problems can be solved by updating your drivers, so, to improve the quality of some of my future posts, I’m making this article to reference back to when I suggest people update their drivers. Drivers are software that communicate with the hardware of your computer. Anyway, here is a list of links to all major computer manufacturer’s driver download pages.
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As a lot of us know, choosing a new computer can be a stressful experience. We want to get the best computer we can to fit all of our needs, but without overpaying for features we don’t need. This article will go over what things you should consider while choosing a new computer, and will teach you how to determine what computer is right for you, without spending more then you need to spend. Continue reading How To Choose The Best New Computer For Your Needs
Whenever you get a new computer, there are always things you should do to make using your computer as pleasant as you can. The computer will not come with everything setup for you, and here is some things I did immediately after I got my MacBook Pro,
and you should do them as well.
Continue reading 5 Things To Do After Getting Your New Mac Computer
When you get a new Mac computer, one of the first things you should do is check out all of the nice applications, or apps, that come with it. Here is a list of most apps that come with a new Mac computer (2011), along with a brief description of what the app does, and a picture.
What programs come with a Mac?
New Mac computers (as of August, 2011) come with the following apps:
Continue reading List Of Applications That Come With Mac Computers, Information And Pictures
If you don’t have a top of the line camera like some people, but you want to capture the great visual effects of any picture, then read on. Today we will be using the Photoshop Photo Filters to change this dull picture-
-into this one. Even though the changes on this picture aren’t that extreme, you can actually see that it looks slightly more lively. With the Photo Filter you can go above and beyond past this picture.
First off, Continue reading How to Tint and Enhance Photos in Photoshop
I wanted to make this blog understandable by everyone, even the complete computer newbie. I understand that some of the computer terms I use in this blog may not be understood by some of TechPopper’s readers, so I decided to make a full list of computer terms. If you can’t understand a word I use an article, refer to this list. If a word isn’t mentioned on here, you can always post a question about it in a comment, or by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Anyway, let’s begin.
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Apple has just released iOS 5 Beta 5.
iOS 5 is a new iOS that will be released this fall. Beta’s have been released to registered iOS developers. You can join the iOS developer program for a reasonable price of $99 per year. Upon joining the iOS developer program, you gain access to helpful documentation, the newest version of Xcode and the iOS SDK, and, betas for builds of unreleased versions of iOS. Learn more about the iOS developer program at the official Apple developer website
And if you aren’t a registered developer for iOS, don’t try to put the newest beta on. Apple warns non-developers about trying to install the beta:
This version of iOS is intended only for installation on development devices registered with Apple’s Developer Program. Attempting to install this version of iOS in an unauthorized manner could put your device in an unusable state, which could necessitate an out of warranty repair.
Learn more about iOS 5 here
The one question I’ve been emailed the most is what computer I use for my tutorials and posting. My answer is the MacBook Pro. A lot of the time, after answering, the person asks me what I think of it. So for this post I decided to write an extensive review of my #1 computer of choice, the MacBook Pro. I will be going over many features of the MacBook Pro, and will review them on a standalone basis.
Continue reading Extensive MacBook Pro Review