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SANTA MONICA, CA, November 15, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Thanks to e-learning platforms such as Udemy and YouTube, remote learning had already become popular for some time now. However, virtual learning has reached a whole new height since the outbreak of the Coronavirus. With schools and colleges having to remain shut to ensure the safety of the students, online classrooms are no longer a choice: they have become a necessity.
This has posed a whole set of new challenges to students attending high schools and colleges. The high school and college years play a pivotal role in a student's life and their subsequent career pursuits. Students these days are no strangers to using computers in their learning. The use of laptops in classrooms and during live lectures has become quite common.
However, the entire school experience (including testing and studying) becoming a virtual one is still a radical change for nearly everyone involved. Fortunately, several different software programs are helping students adjust to the online classroom environment. Some of the most popular of these programs include Vedamo, Moodle, Adobe Connect, TutorRoom, LearnCube, WizIQ, BigBlueButton, and Electa Live. Some of these programs share many common features whereas some other (often valuable) features are exclusive to an individual program.
For example, Moodle comes with some useful features related to live online learning, but it does not include screen sharing capabilities, a collaboration builder SDK, or breakout rooms. A student may not need all of these programs and features, but most will need to use at least two to three programs to adapt well to this new and unexpected situation.
Since these programs include audio/video conferencing, screen-sharing, and file distribution, they are quite resource-intensive. This means your computer needs to be in prime condition to run these programs well and without interruption (imagine your PC slowing down or experiencing some other problems in the middle of a live lecture). Even when you have enough RAM and other necessary configurations required to run these programs, problems may still occur.
That's where a good PC clean-up program becomes valuable to a student, and MyCleanPC happens to be one of the best of these programs available right now. It will help speed up your PC by first recognizing and then removing files and registry entries that are causing issues. The program will also find software that shows irrelevant warnings and irritating pop-ups. A student can easily manage these problems by using MyCleanPC. It's extremely quick and easy to use. To get started, you only need to download the free program. Once installed, it will scan your PC and list all problem files and software that are slowing down the performance of your computer. The program will repair all the issues and optimize your computer's performance. Keep in mind that this program is designed for Windows users and will work with Vista, Windows 7, 8, and 10.
To cap it all, programs like MyCleanPC are extremely valuable in today's online learning environment--- one where you need to keep your computer device running fast and without any issues.
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