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Q:Which laptop is the best. Acer or Dell?
Acer laptops are usually cheaper than Dell. Also you can get support easily. Dell offers customization. A wide range of laptops and they are reliable. But they are costlier than Acer by atleast Rs.5000 for the same specs.
Q:Do you need to charge a laptop?
most new laptops will come with a battery and a charger but if it is used there are no guarantees
sourceforge.net. please have good antivirus and spyware detector programs. you wnt get avirus from downloading the software, it's what you use the software for that gives you the virus e.g. downlaoding movies and music avoid anything with the word exe. at the end. or just stay away entirely.
Q:Is a messanger Bag the same as a Laptop Bag?
Most Laptop Bags are messenger bags, but not all messenger bags are laptop bags. You'll have to get a messenger bag for laptops. It has foam padding so if you drop the bag it won't do that much damage to your laptop.
Q:Are all Windows 7/Vista Laptops good/decent gaming laptops?
Make sure it has a non-intel graphics card.
Q:how long should one change laptop?
Computers don't have expiration date.As long as it does what you want you don't have to replace it.
Q:Can my laptop handle BF4?
Q:do you recommend a gaming laptop?
Well, TTT and MC are not very demanding, regular laptops will offer lighter builds and longer battery life and less heat, great for people on the move or just want a hassle free web surfer. Gaming laptops are much more power consuming, weigh much more, usually have larger screens, and also produces more heat which is better for people who keep their laptops at home or occasionally bring their laptops out. It is solely based on your usage of laptops but if you do get a gaming laptop you will be able to run much more demanding games and much higher hardware speeds, also gaming laptops usually have a large HDD.
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Q:Sharing a laptop connection with another laptop?
Yes, that's possible and you've almost got the right phrasing for what you want; it's called Internet Connection Sharing or ICS for short (they call it that in the Help and it took me a few minutes to figure it out - duh!). If you use an ethernet connection (network port) to get onto the internet, then you need TWO network ports on the laptop that connects to the internet. If you are using dial-up or the USB port (which is a bit dodgy so it's better to go with ethernet) then you only need one network port in either laptop. (Ethernet network ports are those ones that you put a blue or red cable into with a big plug at the end that looks similar to the one you use for your telephone - it's an RJ-45 if you want to look up a picture of them.) Then you need a network port (or network card) in the other laptop and a crossover network cable to run between them - a straight through cable is no good. You can tell the difference by checking to see if the wiring order of the colours on both plugs match; on a straight-through they match but on a crossover they don't. Then you run the ICS wizard on both laptops. Having done all that, there is still one catch - when you set up the Internet Explorer connection on the 2nd laptop (if that's what you use but I suggest Firefox because it's safer and tends to behave better) there is a spot where it wants you to Auto or Manual look for settings, if memory serves. (I've tried to find this thing again but haven't managed.) Anyway, just try different choices as you go through the connection wizard and it will work.