If you are on your network or WiFi it’s easy to forget that things are consuming bandwidth and just go, but if you are on a metered internet connection data plan like Cellphone Tethering/Hotspot or a capped plan from your ISP you need to be cautious not to exceed those caps or incur extra costs.
There are two ways to monitor Network Usage
Task Manager, both reset the information every 30 days.
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First off let me say that this will not increase system resources, it will tho increase response times that will make your phone work faster by adjusting the animation timers.
First thing we need to do is enable Developer Mode
- Open the
Settingsapp on your phone
- If your handset runs Android 8.0+, tap
SystemIf not, skip this step.
- Scroll down and tap
- Scroll down and tap
Build number7 times consecutively
Locate these three settings tap on each one and change it’s value to
.5x ← Note the decimal.
- Window animation scale
- Transition animation scale
- Animator animation scale
Basically what this is doing is setting the transition animation time to 1/2 of it’s original value so things will load and close twice as fast, giving you a significant boost in non-wasted time on your phone waiting for things to load.
That’s it. Go enjoy your new speed.
In this article we’ll be talking about some things that cause 100 Percent Disk Usage and how to fix them
Windows Search is the back-end system that allows you to find your files faster on your Computer. It works by constantly indexing every single file on your computer.
- Open a Command Prompt as Administrator
- Enter the following
net.exe stop “Windows search”
To turn it off permanently:
Windows key +
R and type
- Scroll down the list of services and double-click
- Click the
- Set the
SuperFetch is a feature that helps decrease boot time by making apps load more efficiently. However, it can cause usage problems with your drive.
- In Command Prompt, type
net.exe stop superfetch
To disable it permanently
- Go to
C:\Program Files (x86)\Skype\Phoneand right-click on
- Click the
- Click the
- Make sure
All Application Packagesis highlighted
Allow for Write Permissions
We keep hearing about the many things you can do with an older computer, here is a cool fun project that your pets will love.
Have you ever been away from home and wanted to check in with your pets to see what they were doing or be able to give them some attention without having to come home?
Continue reading Check in on your pets with Skype when you’re away
I’ve been using Google Voice for a while now and recently upgraded to the Pixel2 XL on Verizon … No, I won’t do a coverage as there are many out there that are pretty awesome; I will say tho that the issues people are talking about have not plagued my phone at all.
Back to the post, after the switch from my Note5, my Google Voice stopped working with inbound calls and I could not for the life in me figure this out. I was just about to give up when I came across a solution that was way easier than I expected and thought I’d share it here should someone else need it.
Once I had Google Voice setup and connected to my phone (several times 🙂 ), all I had to do was dial
*71[Google Voice number] from my phone. example:
Some other things you can do :
- To Activate Busy Transfer, dial
*90[Your Google Voice number]
- To Activate No Answer Transfer, dial
*92[Your Google Voice number]
- To Deactivate the Call Forwarding, dial
- To Deactivate the Busy Transfer, dial
- To Deactivate the No Answer Transfer, dial
The EFI system partition (ESP) is a partition on a data storage device (usually a hard disk drive or solid-state drive) that is used by computers adhering to the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI).
An ESP contains the boot loaders or kernel images for all installed operating systems (which are contained in other partitions), device driver files for hardware devices present in a computer and used by the firmware at boot time, system utility programs that are intended to be run before an operating system is booted, and data files such as error logs ref. An EFI system partition is usually protected and locked by the Windows operating systems to prevent and avoid accidental deletion of these partitions. That’s why you can’t delete EFI partition using Disk Management tool.
Continue reading Deleting an EFI System Partition on Windows