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Hello and welcome to ITC Tech Share. I’m Tom Grissom. Today I would like to show you some of the different on-screen keyboard options available on the Surface Pro. So to begin with, lets go to the desktop. Click on desktop icon and you will notice, at the very bottom along the task bar, there

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Motor vehicles come in a huge variety of shapes and designs each tailored for a specific purpose. Whether that be simply getting you from A to B in comfort and safety, travelling around a well paved race track in the shortest time possible, crossing difficult terrain, or sliding sideways around a corner. Each have been

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Hi everyone! I’m Lucie and welcome to the first tip of the week ever. This tip is about desktop app. Many of you use the BookWidgets browser editor via the website but, you can also download the app for on your desktop. Let’s take a look! When opening the desktop app, you immediately enter the

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dowload the app builder file from description’s link see its configuration download it from there extract here start the setup turn off internet close it give the app location where it has been installed pached activated now open it it will show like this make a app here and then save you can make a

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Thanks to Brilliant for supporting this episode of SciShow. Go to Brilliant.org/SciShow to learn more. [♪ INTRO] Diabetes is a big problem worldwide. The International Diabetes Federation estimates there are around 450 million diabetics around the world, and even more folks who could become diabetic. So scientists have been looking for a quick and convenient

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Game theorists have spent a lot of time analyzing various some models of negotiation. The idea is that you take what feels like a complex interaction, distill it down to it’s very simple elements and then you model it using the tools of game theory. One of the things that game theorists have found is

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In an age where your phone can scan your face and buttons are becoming obsolete, who thinks of writing anything by hand anymore? I know it feels archaic to pick up a pencil and use, ugh, lead, but writing down your notes could help you pass your classes. Note-taking is very difficult. You have to

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Looking Inside the Box Processor/ CPU The processor (also known as the central processing unit, or CPU) is the “brains of the organization,” so to speak. It is designed to do very few things, but to do them extremely quickly. The processor performs a limited set of calculations based on requests from the operating system

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