Iamlittle Tech

Is my computer 32 or 64 bit?

Posted on April 17th, 2017. Written by:

If you have ever downloaded a piece of software before you have most likely come across 32-bit and 64-bit applications. What’s the difference? Is it faster? So what is the difference? 32-bit and 64-bit are used to measure the way that your processor handles information. More information on this topic [HowToGeek] How can I find […]

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What we use to run Iamlittle Tech

Posted on April 15th, 2017. Written by:

Like all other online blogs, we use many online tools to manage and plan our content. Trello We use Trello in our Workflow. Every writer plans their article through it and attaches it to the card. Every stage of every article is managed through it. Slack Slack like Instant Messaging but only for businesses and […]

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Use CloudReady to turn your old computer into a fast Chromebook

Posted on April 10th, 2017. Written by:

A while back, I showed you how to turn your old computer into a fully functional Chromebook. Except, it wasn’t fully functioning in my house. We had issues with SSL certificates not being installed etc. Because of these issues, I looked to the web for a fix. I found a solution called Cloudready developed by […]

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What’s new in the Windows 10 Creators Update

Posted on April 10th, 2017. Written by:

You can now update to the Windows 10 Creators Update. Here’s what has changed. Paint 3D MS Paint has been completely redesigned and you can now draw in 3D and create cool models. Windows Hello Windows Hello allows you to remotely unlock your PC. Edge Edge now has support for WebVR. Options The start menu right […]

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Setup FTP with your website on Windows

Posted on April 9th, 2017. Written by:

FTP Access is the way to edit/view and move files between your local computer and your host’s web server. Connecting with FileZilla FileZilla is a FTP client. You’ll need to have it downloaded and installed from it’s website. After you have it opened you should see a part on the left pointing to your user […]

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Install Office 2016 from your Glow Account

Posted on April 6th, 2017. Written by:

Office 2016 is the latest version of Microsoft Office. Normally Office is $70 a year for an individual but Glow allows students in primary, secondary and places of higher education get the latest version of Office for no extra cost. How To Download and Install Office 2016 You’ll need your Glow login a few times […]

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Newton Review – The Best Email App EVER

Posted on March 22nd, 2017. Written by:

You may have seen Newton before, but not as Newton. As CloudMagic. Back in the day, CloudMagic was a free email client for mobile devices. You could sync your email and calendars with all your devices. All for free. Then in surprise to everyone, they magically turned into Newton which is the same but a […]

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Remove Modern Apps from Windows 10

Posted on March 19th, 2017. Written by:

When you install Windows 10 onto any computer, it also installs lots of modern garbage that is slow and just really disgusting. I’m going to show you how you can remove these Windows 10 apps from your computer. What are the modern apps? Modern Apps were introduced in Windows 8 along with the Windows Store […]

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TP LINK Archer C8 Router Review

Posted on March 11th, 2017. Written by:

Every two years or so our router dies, thankfully it has always been in its two-year warranty guarantee we can get a replacement router. Until now we’ve been using TP LINK’s Archer C8 router. In the past two years, I’ve really enjoyed using the Archer C8 router from TP-LINK. It provides the ability of 2.4 […]

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Setup a Windows Domain using DCPromo

Posted on March 4th, 2017. Written by:

You might have thought about starting a Windows domain before to manage computers and users in one centralized place. Windows domains are commonly used in organization environments. To join a domain, you must have any version of Windows that is not Home. This means Windows Pro can be domain-joined. To create a Windows domain, you […]

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Map a Network Drive through the Command Prompt

Posted on March 1st, 2017. Written by:

Recently, I wrote a how to on mapping a network drive. This article is a follow-up. I’ll show you how to map a network drive but this time through the command prompt. Why would I do this over doing it through File Finder? If you are a network admin or want to map the same […]

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2017 iPhone to cost more than $1000!

Posted on February 27th, 2017. Written by:

I can’t believe we are already talking about the 2017 iPhone (its not coming until september), but there are lots of rumours flying about already so here we are! There are going to be three iPhones this year. The iPhone 7S, the iPhone 7S Plus and the iPhone X. The 7s and 7s and going […]

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