Following is a list of airports with free internet access in the USA. From the top US airports like JFK to smaller airports like Cedar Rapids in Eastern Iowa, AskStudent provides the most complete listing of free Wireless Internet access along with the relevant airport coverage areas. The list contains the hourly, daily , monthly charges which is 99% of the cases in the list below is FREE. Also included in the list are some restricted areas with Free Wifi in some airports like Colorado Springs (COS). Also included are the airport codes for your easy reference. The list of airports is by alphabetical order and not by any sort of ranking of airports.Enjoy!!
F1 key usually serves as a shortcut for the help menu. If you press F1 while working in a program, help for that program will usually appear. If you press F1 while at the Windows desktop or when the Windows Explorer is open, a Windows help screen will pop up. If you happen to be working in a program and would like to see the Windows help screen, simply press the Windows key (the key with the Windows logo on the bottom row of keys) on your keyboard and press F1 at the same time.
You can use the F2 key to rename an item when working in Windows.
We are looking for COCA – COLA product vending machines, which means the picture outside the vending machine would be showing either Coke or Dasani or Vanilla Coke or Sprite or Fanta among other Coke pridcuts. Also the machine must have a LED screen which displays some sort of a scrolling text. Usually in most college campuses, they would be set to “Please swipe your card” or “Select your product”
- Find a Coke machine that has an LED screen.
- Push the following buttons in the order given 4, 2, 3, 1.
- If the buttons are in a column the first button is the top one.
- If they are in a grid or other format, the first button is usually the top left one.
Hardware aspects of power saving
From Ask-leo’s article on maximizing Battery life, Leo brings out some interesting points along with Jerry Foutz of SMPS Technology. His article states that the single most important aspect to maximizing battery life is matching the battery to its charger. About the only way you can maximize the probability of this happening is to buy both from the computer manufacturer for the exact computer model. Apparently even small differences in output voltage of the charger can have dramatic impact on the lifespan of your battery, by either under, or over-charging.
Again, from Leo’s article, another factor in battery life? Temperature. If you look at the bottom of your laptop you’ll see it probably has feet (or more likely, bumps or rubber pads) that lift it off of any flat surface you might put it on. That creates very important space for ventilation. If you block that space, with say your lap, it’s likely that you’ll be causing the laptop to run hotter than it should. If you do this regularly, you’ll likely shorten the lifespan of the laptop’s batteries.
Myth or Fact: Running a Laptop 24/7 would reduce my battery’s life.
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