Fresh Tutorials
Posted March 16, 2019 by

How To Refresh Intellisense Cache In SQL Server

How To Refresh Intellisense Cache In SQL Server

Microsoft SQL Server software is bundled with exceptional features. Whenever we begin typing queries, SQL Server automatically starts suggesting you the schema names, table name and columns. Many more suggestions are offered to make developers’ work easy. All these suggestions and auto-completes are nothing but SQL Server’s Intelligence cache feature. Continue Reading

Category Database, SQL Server

Posted March 14, 2019 by

How to Superscript in Powerpoint — add formulae and symbols

Are you a student of statistics or mathematics whose presentations are lacking without certain formulae? Do you want a quick and hassle-free way of writing v=ms2 as v=ms2?  Or are you looking to integrate trademark symbols or footnotes from different sources?

Continue Reading

Posted March 12, 2019 by

How to Change Netflix Language Settings — Hassle Free

Entertainment has evolved and come a long way since the days of standing in long lines for a single cinema ticket. With streaming services like Netflix on the move, thousands of TV series and shows are available at the comfort of your home.

Continue Reading

Category Netflix

Posted March 2, 2019 by

How To Overcome Overheating Apple Laptop

overheating apple laptop

If on a daily basis you depend on a laptop, you would over the years, have constantly faced potentially problematic overheating issues that may have interfered with the performance of your work or leisure activities. These issues may have slightly soured laptop experience. These problems that finally resulted in your having to deal with them and constantly listen to the screaming cooling fans on your laptop. Here are some tips for overheating apple laptop. Continue Reading

Category Apple Mac

Posted February 28, 2019 by

How To Retrieve Data From Damaged Hard Drives

How To Retrieve Data From Damaged Hard Drives

At some point in our lives, we all experience the moment of utter disbelief when our computer fails to boot. Many have felt the despair of not being able to open an important work project, or simply not finding it before the lights finally go out on our PC. That is usually due to some sort of hard drive failure, and moments later we realize the inevitable loss of innumerable hours as your PC served as the main storage of irreplaceable photos. Continue Reading

Category Hardware

Posted February 26, 2019 by

How To Stop Auto Download On Gmail

Stop Auto Download On Gmail

The Gmail App on Android is automatically set to download attachments automatically for you. This, however, could be annoying for some of us. I personally hate it when that happens. I remember searching almost everywhere on my Gmail App hoping to see a stop button. I actually found one. Here’s how you can stop auto download on Gmail. Continue Reading

Category Gmail

Posted February 24, 2019 by

How To Use Default Constraint In SQL Server

How To Use Default Constraint In SQL Server

Constraints in SQL database maintains data integrity and accuracy. SQL Default Constraint is used to assign a default value to a column when no value is specified. Using Default constraint we can have a meaningful value instead of storing NULL or Empty value. It reduces the presence of NULLs when applicable by improving data consistency. Continue Reading

Category Database, SQL Server

Posted February 22, 2019 by

How To Edit Image On Google Photos

How To Edit Image On Google Photo

Google Photos has turned into a wonderful repository for every photo you take, and also works as a nice stand-in gallery replacement app on many phones. A gallery app isn’t just about holding photos though, it’s also about editing pictures before sharing them out anywhere you want. Continue Reading

Category Google Photos

Posted February 20, 2019 by

How To Share Photos From Google Photos

How To Share Photos From Google Photos

Google Photos is a photo sharing and storage service developed by Google. It was released in May 2015 and is now hugely popular worldwide. Google Photos stores your photos and videos in “the cloud” this is just tech-talk for online storage. Continue Reading

Category Google Sheets

Posted February 19, 2019 by

How To Use CONCAT_WS Function In SQL Server

How To Use Default Constraint In SQL Server

CONCAT_WS, a string Concatenation function With Separator (WS). A fresh addition to SQL Server 2017. CONCAT_WS function takes multiple string arguments (at least two) and separator as an input. Furthermore, joins multiple strings together into a single string – connected by a Separator. While CONCAT_WS is an extension to CONCAT function with an added separator. Continue Reading

Category Database, SQL Server

Posted February 18, 2019 by

How To Turn Off Desktop Mail Notifications On Gmail

Gmail is a free email service developed by Google. Users can access Gmail on the web and using third-party programs that synchronize email content through POP or IMAP protocols. At launch, Gmail had an initial storage capacity offer of one gigabyte per user, a significantly higher amount than competitors offered at the time. Continue Reading

Category Gmail

Posted February 16, 2019 by

How To View Your Time On Facebook

Facebook recently announced a rather unexpected feature: the social network giant is making it easier to keep track of how much time you are spending on Facebook. You already know you are probably spending too much time on Facebook, but if you are curious exactly how much of your day is being consumed by the platform, a new tool can help you find out.  Continue Reading

Category Facebook

Posted February 15, 2019 by

How To Get Object Dependencies In SQL Server

How To Use Default Constraint In SQL Server

Programming languages have objects that rely on another object. A rather similar principle applies to a database. Multiple types of object dependencies exist in a database including relationships between tables, primary-foreign keys, constraints and schema bindings. Therefore Object dependencies become critical in a growing database and have to be handled with caution. Continue Reading

Category Database, SQL Server

Posted February 12, 2019 by

How To Get The Best Hosting Prices In 2019

best hosting

When you’re setting up your website, the best web hosting is not necessarily the cheapest. You should never settle for second best, considering how important reliable hosting is. Choose the right hosting option for you, and pay whatever it takes. Continue Reading

Category Hosting

Posted February 9, 2019 by

How To Get Gmail Add-Ons

How To Get Gmail Add-Ons

Google has done it again. Just when you thought it couldn’t get any smarter, it did so by integrating some of your favorite tools right into its Gmail platform, for a seamless way to operate and do business. Continue Reading

Category Gmail