Block Puzzle Jewel – A simple but addictive puzzle game

Block Puzzle is an addicting brain teaser with simple yet challenging games designed to train your brain.   The following video : playing Block Puzzle while focusing to score by hitting the vertical lines.

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How to 

How to build a gaming PC

Gaming nowadays actually is not bound to any age groups,specially PC games is going to prevail the dominance of other gaming gadgets like XBOX,PS4,… and other entertaining devices.Sure that is due to quality and diversity of facilities that a PC game provide for gamers at all. Some people like to build their own gaming PCs,so in the following video of BeYourOwnIThelp channel on youtube we are going to show you some tricks in building a gaming PC in just 2 minutes.

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The source of errors in operating systems

Modern operating systems are carefully tested, and are relatively stable, but drivers that are added to the OS to allow the use of additional devices such as printers,scanners ,routers,… may not be, and are often the source of crashes. This is why most modern OSs allow for a special boot mode that disables loading drivers. The drivers can then be added one at a time to determine which one causes the error.

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History & stories 

how the Windows versions looked like and how they changed with new versions

Who would have thought that already 3 decades have passed, since Bill Gates announced Windows Operating System, in November 1983. Until date there have been 10 different Windows versions released, some better than the other but it’s by far the most used and successful computer operating system of all time. Let’s check out how the Windows versions looked like and how they changed with new versions, enjoy! Windows 1.0 Windows 2.0 Windows 3.0 Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows ME Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 7 Windows 8

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History & stories News 

Evolution of computers

2400 BC Abacus: the first known calculator, the abacus, was invented in Babyloni 500 BC Panini: the Indian Mathematician introduces the forerunner to modern formal language theory 300 BC Pingala: invents the binary number system 87 BC Antikythera Mechanism: Built in Rhodes to track movement of the stars 60 AD Heron of Alexandria: invents machines which are able to follow a series of instructions 724 Liang Ling-Can: invents the first fully mechanical clock    1492 Leonardo da Vinci: Drawings by Leonardo da Vinci depict inventions such as flying machines, including…

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Downloads:Windows USB/DVD Download Tool

When you download Windows from Microsoft Store, you have two options: You can download a collection of compressed files, or you can download an ISO file. An ISO file combines all the Windows installation files into a single uncompressed file. If you choose to download an ISO file so you can create a bootable file from a DVD or USB drive, copy the Windows ISO file onto your drive and then run the Windows USB/DVD Download Tool. Then simply install Windows onto your computer directly from your USB or DVD…

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Hardware News 

Quality standards and accreditation’s within electronics manufacturing

Badges are funny things aren’t they? As children, we learn early on that badges are awarded for all sorts of things – swimming lengths in a pool; tying complicated knots; and joining new clubs. We associate badges with hard work, reward, recognition and a sense of belonging. Often, we are keen to show off our new badges to our friends by proudly sewing them on our towels, displaying them in our windows or pinning them to our clothes. As we progress into the business world these badges, quality standards or…

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