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Craig's Newsletter Vol.23
       

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How To Fix a Computer That Shows No Sign of Power

Among the many ways that a computer won't turn on, a complete loss of power is rarely the worst case scenario. There is the chance that your PC isn't receiving power because of a serious issue but it's unlikely.

There are several possible reasons why a desktop, laptop, or tablet computer might not power on, so it's very important that you step through a complete troubleshooting procedure like the one I've outlined below.

Difficulty: Average

Time Required: Anywhere from minutes to hours depending on why the computer isn't receiving power

What You'll Need:  Your AC adapter if you're troubleshooting a tablet or laptop, and possibly a screwdriver if you're working on a desktop

Believe it or not, the number one reason why a computer won't turn on is because it wasn't turned on!

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How to Clean Out Your Hard Drive in Windows 10  


Face it: No matter how large your hard drive is in Windows 10 -- how many empty terabytes you had when you first bought your PC -- you always seem to fill it right to the brink.

Over time, every Windows installation builds up excess cruft that just wastes space. Files and programs that we fail to clean up contribute to the problem.

Unless you step in, you will soon encounter a low disk space warning or a slow computer.

So when you're running out of hard drive space, use this guide to delete wasteful files and folders from your Windows 10 PC.

While storage devices keep getting larger, and price per gigabyte keeps coming down, we also keep filling up drives with more pictures and videos we take with our mobile devices in addition to the many files we download from the internet. 

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Craig the Computer Geek Tech Tip Tuesday Episode #23

Craig the Computer Geek Tech Tip Tuesday Episode #23
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