Deciding on a Computer Repair Service
RecoverySoft / August 27, 2018

Having a damaged laptop can be a very nerve-wracking situation, especially when you use the laptop daily. There are factors to look at before you get your laptop fixed. In most cases when you have a broken laptop, you mostly think of replacing it. The first question that pops up to your mind is whether you should purchase a new laptop or not. Well, buying a new one might not be the only option since you can get your laptop repaired at low prices. Nonetheless, it depends with the severity of laptop damage, the age of your damaged laptop, and the costs of laptops. Some of the repairs that may require you to purchase a new laptop include a broken motherboard, broken LCD screen, and a severely damaged case. These types of repairs are mostly expensive, and putting in mind the period you have been with your laptop, this could be the best time to get a new laptop. Nonetheless, it is advisable to consult a professional to give you advice on whether it is viable to repair or buy a new laptop. Regardless of whether you want a laptop support service or replacement, you will have to decide on…

How to Fix Your Cheesecake – A Troubleshooting Guide
RecoverySoft / July 11, 2018

A cheesecake should be relatively trouble free but occasionally problems do come up. Over the years, we’ve been asked the following questions. “What’s the easiest way to make crumbs for my crust?” Lots of folks use a food processor; we don’t bother. We use a heavy duty zipper-type plastic bag and crush the crackers or cookies with a rolling pin a few at a time. We save the plastic bag for the next crust. If we’re in a hurry, we just use packaged graham cracker crumbs rather than crushing crackers. “I have lumps in my cheesecake. How do avoid those?” Most likely the lumps are from globules of cream cheese in your batter. Before adding any of the other ingredients, beat the cream cheese and granulated sugar together until completely mixed. The sugar crystals will cut through the cream cheese breaking up the globules. In the heat of the oven, the sugar will melt further breaking up any pieces. If your recipe calls for chocolate, either white or dark, the lumps could be chocolate. When the chocolate is mixed into the cool batter, it solidifies and creates lumps. To avoid that, make sure your melted chocolate is hot, well above…