Good day. Today I want to talk with you about which system is better to install on your computer. I must say right away that the article will be focused on Windows, since it is better for an ordinary “ordinary” user to use it. It, unlike systems such as Linux and the like, is much more understandable and understanding it will be much easier.
So my answer to the question which system to install on your computer sounds exactly like this: Windows. Choose and install Windows for yourself. But of course the article is not finished on this, but is just beginning, because you still need to decide which version of Windows to choose. Continue reading
I welcome all fans to read interesting and useful books, as well as those who are just interested in how to read books on a computer. In the past two years, I myself really loved reading, but in school it was completely different. Every day, at least an hour or less, I set aside useful material to read, it can be on the phone, on an e-book, on a laptop, on a computer, or just real printed books. At least anywhere that comes to hand, I read various books on all devices.
In general, the love of reading books came to me precisely from the computer. When I began to sit up at the computer in debt, learned to make websites, earn money on the Internet, etc., then I started reading books on the computer and I liked it. I have already read many different books, tried various programs! That is why today I will talk about it.
How to read e-books on a computer? Continue reading
So I registered at WebMoney and already want to start using this payment system to the fullest: pay for goods in online stores, replenish mobile, transfer money to anyone I want and much more. But before you do all this, we need to get money in wallets. We’ll talk about how to put money on WebMoney today.
Top up WebMoney account via terminal
In my opinion, the most convenient way to fund your WebMoney account is to use a payment terminal. There are such self-service machines in many places (supermarkets, train stations), and almost everyone used it: replenished a mobile phone, paid utility bills, put money on a credit card, and so on. Continue reading