Common Tech Misconception Debunked

Common Tech Misconception Debunked

Common Tech Misconception Debunked: Common tech misconception debunked .Some time we all believe in those common misconception that actually not right and also spread these misconceptions to others and like this goes around. So today we are debunked those common tech misconceptions that you keep in your mine for long. Many of my blog viewers ask me these types of question so I write an article to solve all these Common tech misconceptions

Common Tech Misconception Debunked

Can a Mobile Phone Cause an Explosion in a Petrol Station?

Can a Mobile Phone Cause an Explosion in a Petrol Station?

When we go to Petrol Station and see there is board written mobile phone is not allowed. We think mobile is not allowed because the use of mobile phone can cause an explosion in petrol station if you think soo then you are also wrong. Petrol station is a sensitive area and our government not want to any type of mind destruction at petrol station and we all know mobile phone divert our mind and this lead any type of accident at petrol station.

Refresh Your PC To Make it Fast

Refresh Your PC To Make it Fast

Many people have the habit to Refresh pc many time continuously and think by doing this computer become fast but it’s not true. Refresh do different things in your pc like computer settings are returned to the defaults, personalization settings such as user accounts, libraries, etc. So whenever to refresh your PC with only one or two times.

More Ram Means More Speed

Common Tech Misconception Debunked
Common Tech Misconception Debunked

More Ram in your PC or smartphone means more speed. First, I am clear this ram not responsible for speed that must. Ram only handles your apps and software to run smoothly. If you are normal user and want to buy a smartphone than 2 gb of ram is enough for you. But if you want to run heavy game and app or software then you need more ram. If you want to know how ram works in details comment below because in 5 lines is not enough to explain ram.

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Private/Incognito Mode Browsing Keeps You Anonymous

Private/Incognito Mode  Browsing Keeps You Anonymous

We all use Private/Incognito mode in Browser. Many people think when we use Private/Incognito mode to browsing its hideout IP Address and keeps anonymous but this not true. Private/Incognito means it can’t track your browser history and not leave any type of traces what you search in your browser. it saves you from others who see your phone and see What you search that’s all not keep you anonymous.

Do More Megapixels Mean Better Photo Quality

Common Tech Misconception Debunked
Common Tech Misconception Debunked

Nowadays we use Smartphones to capture photos rather Than keep separate camera. Many of you think More Megapixels Mean Better Photo Quality and buy only more megapixels smartphones without knowing some more details. Photo quality not only depending on megapixels but also depending on better sensor and better lenses and also the person how he or she capture photos. If you want to know how Megapixels works in details comment below.

Lemons Can Charge Your Phone

Common Tech Misconception Debunked

I watch many videos on Youtube where they charge their phone with Lemons (hahahh). I know many of you try this at home and i sure you fail to do this Because it can’t work. Lemons only generate few fractions of a volt and it’s not enough for charging your phones soo stop watching this type of fake videos and save your time.

More Radiation While Low on Battery on Your Smartphones

More Radiation While Low on Battery on Your Smartphones
Common Tech Misconception Debunked

I read a post on the Facebook low battery on smartphones emit more radiation and many of accepting this post as true but it’s like that. When you have low battery in your phone it takes more power to make your signal good not any things related to Radiation soo keep away from this type of post.

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