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Battlefield 4 Multiplayer Beta Released October 1 - Here’s How to Join!

Battlefield 4 Multiplayer Beta Released October 1 – Here’s How to Join!

The next installment of the Battlefield series is nearly here. Battlefield 4 is set to be released on October 29th, 2013. However, many players are able to join the fight early thanks to a multiplayer beta that will go live in just a few hours. That multiplayer beta will go live at 2am on October 1st for a limited number of people. Those who get first access to Battlefield 4 include: -Battle

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How to Use Fun New Benchmarking Program ‘Catzilla’ To Test PC Speed

How to Use Fun New Benchmarking Program ‘Catzilla’ To Test PC Speed

Benchmarking programs are an excellent way to test your PC’s performance. Benchmarking programs push your PC’s graphics and processing power to the limits. You can use that data to compare your system to other users or to your own system after tweaking it. For example, many PC Cleaner Pro users choose to run a benchmark before and after a PC Cleaner Pro scan. This can result in performance

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Dell Officially Abandons Windows RT, Microsoft Now Only Company Selling Windows RT

Dell Officially Abandons Windows RT, Microsoft Now Only Company Selling Windows RT

Windows RT has been a troubled operating system from the start. The first and biggest problem is that Microsoft never bothered to show customers the difference between Windows RT and Windows 8. In fact, it basically blended the two operating systems together in its advertising. There is a huge difference between Windows RT and Windows 8. Namely, Windows RT users can only access the bad part of

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Do You Really Have to Close Your Antivirus Program When Installing Software?

Do You Really Have to Close Your Antivirus Program When Installing Software?

If you’ve installed software lately, then you may have noticed a warning telling you to close your antivirus software before you proceed. Why do you have to do that? And should you do that at all? Keep reading to find out! Why software asks you to do this Most software that edits low-level parts of your system - like the parts you interact with on a daily basis - will ask you to disable antivi

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What Steve Ballmer’s New “One Microsoft” Policy Means to You

What Steve Ballmer’s New “One Microsoft” Policy Means to You

Steve Ballmer is leaving behind quite the legacy at Microsoft. Whether it’s a good or bad legacy remains to be seen, but one of Ballmer’s most important campaigns may be his new One Microsoft policy, which aims to unite all of Microsoft’s products, programs, and tools towards a single goal. I don’t know about you, but that sounds like some corny marketing talk. So I dived a little furth

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Sorry Windows 8 Users: No Metro Firefox Until “Late January”

Sorry Windows 8 Users: No Metro Firefox Until “Late January”

Windows 8 has had its fair share of troubles. One of the most troublesome parts of Windows 8 has been its lack of app support. Users won’t buy Windows 8 if it doesn’t have a lot of cool apps, and developers won’t make lots of cool apps for Windows 8 if there aren’t any users to buy them. It’s a classic Catch 22 situation and Microsoft is desperately doing everything it can to encou

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Like Total Internet Privacy? Check Out the ‘Epic Privacy’ Browser

Like Total Internet Privacy? Check Out the ‘Epic Privacy’ Browser

Internet privacy is a greater concern today than it has been at any point in the past. I don’t have to remind you how much important information you keep online, but we both know it’s a lot. That’s why I like the new Epic Privacy Browser, which, true to its name, provides an epic level of privacy for today’s internet users. You can download the Epic Privacy Browser here for free. It

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Top 5 Scariest PC Games Available Today

Top 5 Scariest PC Games Available Today

PC gaming has come a long ways over the past few years. Some of the biggest advances have been made in the scary games industry, where the latest video and audio technologies are used to scare the living daylights out of gamers. Some gamers love the suspense and tension that comes with a well-orchestrated scary game. If you’re one of those gamers, then you’ll like what we’ve got for you t

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Google Exec Says “Passwords are done”: What Does That Mean For You?

Google Exec Says “Passwords are done”: What Does That Mean For You?

Twenty years from now, we may be looking at our kids and saying, “Back in our day, we used the name of our first pet to gain access to our bank accounts, Facebook accounts, and email. Isn’t that crazy?” You don’t have to look far to see the dwindling importance of passwords. Apple’s latest iPhone has famously adopted a fingerprint sensor in lieu of standard security features, for exam

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How to Download Your Facebook Data in Less Than 15 Seconds

How to Download Your Facebook Data in Less Than 15 Seconds

I have Facebook, you probably have Facebook. Most people in the developed world have Facebook. However, very few people have ever taken the time to download their Facebook data. Why would you want to download your Facebook data? And what does it even mean to download your Facebook data? Here are a few reasons why downloading your Facebook data is a useful activity: -You can see all of the in

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