M4A File Format

M4A is a file extension for an audio file encoded with advanced audio coding (AAC) which is a lossy compression. M4A was generally intended as the successor to MP3, which had not been originally designed for audio only but was layer III in an MPEG 1 or 2 video files. M4A stands for MPEG 4 Audio.
Both M4A and MP3 file extensions are used for audio-only files. Audio-only MPEG 4 container files usually have an M4A file extension. M4A files are unprotected. Protected files usually have an M4P file extension.
AAC or M4A file quality is better and file sizes smaller compared to MP3 files. M4A files sound better than MP3 files when encoded at the same bit rate due to some of the enhancements made to the format such as: •Compression based on perception -- if it is not within human perception, that sound data may be lost without notable effect to quality. •Smaller sample block size of 120 or 128 samples rather than 192 for changing (or transient) signals, allowing for more precise details whe…

ASUS VivoBook S200E-CT216H specifications


ASUS VivoBook S200E-CT216H   All laptops/tablets
Laptop, Intel Core i3 2365M, 4 GB, 11.6 inch, 1366x768, Touchscreen, Intel HD Graphics 3000, 500 GB, Windows

ASUS VivoBook S200E-CT216H specifications

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Device typeLaptop
Processor typeIntel Core i3 2365M
Memory4 GB
Screen size11.6 inch
Touch screenJa
GPU typeIntel HD Graphics 3000
Total storage capacity500 GB
Operating systemWindows
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Processor seriesIntel Core i3
Processor typeIntel Core i3 2365M
Processor clock frequency1.4 GHz
Number of CPU cores2
ChipsetIntel HM76
Memory4 GB
Memory typeDDR3
Memory clock frequency1,333 MHz

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How to Disable Proxy Settings in Your Web Browser

At times, due to stubborn malware, you may have the need arise to disable your proxy settings within your web browser application. In the attempt to manually remove spyware or malware threats from your system that may redirect you to unwanted sites without your permission, you must disable proxy settings that the malware may have loaded within your web browsers. Additionally, disabling proxy settings in web browsers is essential in the event that an antivirus or antispyware application deletes the malicious file acting as a proxy without first disabling the proxy in the web browser. In such a case, your Internet access may be disrupted within the affected web browser applications. Restoring Internet access will require disabling proxy settings in the web browser.
Disabling proxy settings in web browsers is a relatively easy task. Though, each web browser has a different method of changing or disabling proxy settings within a certain set of options or settings. Below are the quick ste…

How to Take a Screenshot in Microsoft Windows

wikiHow to Take a Screenshot in Microsoft Windows
Four Methods:Taking a Full Screen ScreenshotTaking a One Window ScreenshotUsing the Snipping ToolSurface TabletsCommunity Q&A
This wikiHow teaches you how to take a screenshot on your Windows Computer.
10 Second Summary (Full Screen Screenshot)

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1. Press the Print Screen or PrtSc button.
2. Open Paint
3. Press Control + V to paste the screenshot into Paint.
4. Press Control + S to save the screenshot.

10 Second Summary (One Window Screenshot)

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1. Click the window that you want to capture.
2. Hold down Alt while you simultaneously press the Print Screen or PrtSc button.
3. Open Paint.
4. Press Control + V to paste the screenshot into Paint.
5. Press Control + S to save the screenshot.

Taking a Full Screen Screenshot
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Press the "Print Screen" (⎙ PrtScr) key on your keyboard. This will capture an image of y…

Dell OptiPlex 980 - Core i5 650 3.2 GHz - 4 GB - 320 GB

Dell OptiPlex 980 - Core i5 650 3.2 GHz - 4 GB - 320 GB
GENERAL Desktop type Small-form-factor PC Recommended Use corporate business, small business Product Form Factor Small form factor Packaged Quantity 1 Platform Technology Intel vPro Technology Manufacturer Dell, Inc. PROCESSOR / CHIPSET CPU Intel Core i5 650 / 3.2 GHz Max Turbo Speed 3.46 GHz Number of Cores Dual-Core 64-bit Computing Yes CACHE MEMORY Installed Size 4 MB Cache Per Processor 4 MB Per Processor Size 4 MB

To set Internet Explorer as the default browser

Customizing Internet Explorer If you want your browser to feel a bit more personal, it's easy to customize Internet Explorer. In this lesson, we'll talk about different ways you can modify Internet Explorer, including startup options and add-ons, which allow you to add new functions to the browser. Choosing your startup options To choose a homepage: By default, Internet Explorer will show whenever you start the browser. If you want to see a specific website every time you open your browser (like a news site or weather forecast), you can set that site as your homepage. Click the Tools button in the top-right corner of the browser, then select Internet options. The Internet Options dialog box will appear. Under homepage,delete the default link and type the URL for the desired homepage, then click OK. Your homepage will appear whenever you start Internet Explorer. Click the Home button to visit your homepage at any time. If there are certain pages you use every time you…