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7 Easy Tips & Tricks to Solve Common Photoshop Frustration Problems

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Adobe Photoshop has been there with us for more than two decades. Over the years, the software has evolved into a tool that has helped in bringing photography to a new level altogether. This post is specially written for the people who happen to use the tool frequently. Here we will lists out 7 easy tips and tricks that will help to solve the common issues that you face regularly while working with photoshop. Problem #1: You want to roam around the page but you can’t without touching the sidebar. Solution:  You can use the spacebar for accessing the hand

New Features in Photoshop CC 2017 Release

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The new update of Photoshop has arrived with some very interesting features. Since its release last month, it has been a matter of discussion among many photographers and designers. The new things in Photoshop 2017 have added some more to the creativity of the artists. Many of the new features of Photoshop have emphasized in the accessibility of users. Let’s have a look at these interesting features on a new release in Photoshop CC 2017 update.  Listed below, are some of the very interesting additions in Photoshop. From the very beginning of the application, you will realize the upgraded functions.

Why is File System of your USB Drive Important

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One of the most annoying issues in using a USB drive is when you can’t add any desired files from your computer. The drive denies adding the file and the reason would be incompatible file system architecture. The USB drive you are using might not have the File system as per the system or the size of the file. We will see more about this USB drive file formatting issue. Using a USB drive can get you into the technicality of file systems, compatibility and data transfer parameters. Some of the fundamental aspects of a file system are their capacity

FAT 32, exFAT & NTFS: Know the Difference

Comparison of FAT32, exFAt and NTFS file system

A file system is nothing but set of rules that direct the storing and fetching of data in storage unit. Lets’ explore the difference between FAT32, exFAT and NTFS file system architecture.   Story of File System Everyone is familiar with the Windows OS and its user-friendly interface. It still is one of the favorite operating systems for a huge number of computer users. While working on windows, we always come across the file systems it uses. The internal drive is formatted with NTFS file system and external memory is formatted with FAT32 or exFAT file system. Let us know

A Note on Email Bounce in Microsoft Outlook

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I don’t think you have to understand all the terms used in email lexicon. But, there are certain terms, you must-need-to understand about. Bounce is an example. In this article, let’s see what exactly this term is and find reasons for why does this happen. What is Bounce in Emails? In simple words, if an email can’t deliver to a particular address, it’s a bounce. In such a case, a bounce back email (receipt email) will return back to the sender. This return mail will contain the message the sender tried to deliver and the reason for mail delivery failure.

How to Turn On and Turn Off Online Mode in Outlook?

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Outlook offline mode simply means your Outlook program isn’t connected to your email server. You won’t be able to send or receive emails until you disable this mode. It’s not a big deal to switch between Online and Offline modes in Outlook.  Here are the steps for that. Working with Offline Mode in Outlook 2007 Working Offline is a menu option available on the File tab on Outlook 2007 navigation. As soon as you click this option, your Outlook will be abruptly disconnected from the internet. In Outlook 2010 If your Outlook 2010 program is disconnected from the mail server,

Set The Right Allocation Unit Size When Formatting a Drive

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Have you ever formatted a disk on your own?   Or Attempting to format a disk for the very first time? Then, you should definitely read this post as it is going to tell you why it is important to set the right allocation unit size while formatting a drive. Now, what do you mean by ‘Allocation unit size’? It is also known as or can be addressed as ‘Cluster size’. The cluster size determines the can be defined as the tiniest chunk of disk space that holds a file. When you begin to format a partition into one of the

3 Great Tips for Buying an External Hard Drive

3 great tips for buying an external hard drive

Recently, I have realized that most people for right reasons want to buy an external hard drive. It’s important to keep in mind these 3 tips before you buy an external hard drive. After all, photos, videos, work documents, and personal files, each of these have their own importance. They definitely need to be safe and what better way to back up your data than in an external hard drive. But, is it enough to just go out and buy an external hard drive. The answer is no. Whenever, you buy an external hard drive, make sure you buy the

Data Backup and Archiving: Know the Difference

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Backup data and data Archive are the terms with so close meanings that they are often confused with each other. But there is a significant difference between backup and archiving. The main confusion arises because both of them are used in similar context but that is the handling of data. The difference arises in purpose and economy. In reality, the two terms have a significantly different way of execution. The way they are termed and used makes them two faces of a coin. There are so many organizations which use Archiving for preserving their data. At the same time, most

Should You Convert Lossy Images into Lossless Format?

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Most of you’d know the basic differences between JPEG and GIF files. Especially, if you are a photographer, it is a must to understand the difference between lossless and lossy image formats. Using a different type of image compression from these may damage your file’s quality in a miserable way. And, we’ll also tell you whether it’s a good option to convert from a lossy image type into a lossless one. What are Lossless Formats? If an image file type preserves all of the file’s original data, it’s a lossless format. RAW image types are typical examples of it. If