To All Vistors and Cybernetics! EAT COOKIES!
BY PRESSING " /me " in the chat, then whatever youre typing your letters will highlight as the same color as your disaplay name..
By Default the Twitch Chat letters that you type are "WHITE" if youre in dark mode and black if youre in light mode.
RawbieTheRawbit(color green): /me cookies. the word cookies will be green.
Now you can stand out on the Twitch Chat.
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1. REPLACE BATTERY:
laptop dying too fast , get another of the same kind of laptop, swap it out and see if it works, if it dont then go to the next step.
2: REPLACE CHARGER:
Get another of the same kind of charger and swap it and see if it works, if that dont work then go to the next step.
3. REPLACE MOTHERBOARD:
if all of that didnt work its gonna be the motherboard.
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If you computer is not working properly, you may not actually have a problem with the computer. Check these symptoms first to determine whether or not it's the CMOS battery.
YES its true no BS. you can use the Crescent Moon Emote located in your default emotes section in your keyboard on you cell phone:
** WORKS ON ALL CELL PHONES**
Go to your Facebook Messenger
Find any Friend to Chat with.
Click the emote tab. (by the Keyboard)
find the Crescent Moon Emote.
send it to that random Friend.
Lots of Moon Emotes will float around on your screen.
On the very top on your current screen you'll see the Notification pop up.
Go to your messenger main profile and you'll see the option to switch from dark to light.
Packet loss occurs when your network connection loses information while it's in transit. It can make your network connection seem slower than it should be and reduces the reliability of network communication with both local and remote devices. Stopping packet loss should be at the top of the list for anyone looking to improve a troublesome network.
To determine the root cause of packet loss, you should start at the easiest problem to detect and work your way backward.
Packet loss doesn't happen for just one reason. Diagnosing the cause of packet loss on your network will tell you what you need to fix.
-Network bandwidth and congestion
1. On Windows, open a command prompt window and use the ping command to target your router. For example, if your router's local IP address is 127.0.0.1, the following command would ping the router:
ping 127.0.0.1 -t
(On macOS or Linux, open a Terminal window and use the following command:
The only difference is the missing -t at the end of the command.)
2. After the ping command processes a sufficient number of packets (at least 10), press Ctrl+C to stop the command.
3. Look to see if there was any packet loss. If this specific connection between pinging device and the target is functioning correctly, you should see 0% packet loss.
((--- 127.0.0.1 ping statistics ---
27 packets transmitted, 27 packets received, 0.0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max/stddev =1.820/8.351/72.343/14.186 ms))
Go to the Control Panel / Settings.
Click Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center > Change adapter settings.
Select the connection for which you want to configure Google Public DNS. For example:
To change the settings for an Ethernet connection, right-click Local Area Connection > Properties.
To change the settings for a wireless connection, right-click Wireless Network Connection > Properties.
If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
Select the Networking tab. Under This connection uses the following items, select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) or Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) and then click Properties.
Click Advanced and select the DNS tab. If there are any DNS server IP addresses listed there, write them down for future reference, and remove them from this window.
Select Use the following DNS server addresses. If there are any IP addresses listed in the Preferred DNS server or Alternate DNS server, write them down for future reference.
Replace those addresses with the IP addresses of the Google DNS servers:
(Google Public) For IPv4: 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124
(Google Public) For IPv6: 2001:4860:4860::8888 and 2001:4860:4860::8844
(Quad 9) For IPv4: 126.96.36.199
Restart the connection you selected in step 3.
From Windows Start, search for cmd.
Right click on Command Prompt and click Run as administrator.
In the console, type the following command: ipconfig /flushdns
If the command was successful, you will see the message
"Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache".
Afterwards, type: netsh int ip reset
Once done, restart your computer.
This will generally make your connection feel a lot smoother, but at times it may be a real trouble-saver.