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Serious Java vulnerability discovered – protect your PCs today!

Serious Java vulnerability discovered – protect your PCs today!

On most days, Java is a useful, free application that expands the usefulness of your web browser. However, Java isn’t a perfect application, and hackers have been using it for years to gain illegal entry to computers. Java has had several major security holes over the years, and when these holes are discovered, they’re usually patched very quickly. However, a recent vulnerability is apparen

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Next generation of smartphones will feature hardware as powerful as the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3

Next generation of smartphones will feature hardware as powerful as the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3

It’s been almost seven years since the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 were released, and computer technology has changed a lot over that time. In fact, computer technology has left consoles so far in the dust that today’s console games look embarrassing compared to the graphics seen on even the most basic gaming PCs. But that’s not the worst of it – according to a mobile executive, the next

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New washable PC keyboard released by Logitech

New washable PC keyboard released by Logitech

Did you know that many computer keyboards have more germs than a toilet seat? It’s scary, but true. After all, how many times per month do you clean your keyboard? And how often do you clean your bathroom? If you’re like most people, you never clean your keyboard, and you clean your bathroom once every couple weeks. Cleaning a keyboard isn’t an easy job, and most people simply avoid doing

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Scientists stuff 700TB of data onto a gram of DNA

Scientists stuff 700TB of data onto a gram of DNA

It’s easy to blow someone’s mind when talking about the latest advances in DNA computing. Scientists have been using DNA to store data for several years. After all, DNA is nature’s best storage solution, and it efficiently stores data about the entire human race in an incredibly small space. DNA storage expands every day, and a team of Harvard scientists recently pushed the limit even fur

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How much money do I have to pay to speed up my PC?

How much money do I have to pay to speed up my PC?

At the Speed Up My PC Free blog, one of the most common questions we receive is about the price of speeding up a PC. Specifically, people ask how much it costs to speed up a computer. There isn’t a specific dollar value answer to that question, but suffice to say that PC repair can cost anywhere from $1000 to free. Here is a basic guide to how much it will cost to speed up your PC: Upgradi

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No boot to desktop in Windows 8?

No boot to desktop in Windows 8?

Bad news for computer users who want to speed up their PCs as much as possible. Instead of simply powering on your PC and then watching it boot directly to the desktop, it looks like Windows 8 will force users to access the tiled Start screen before they proceed. The tiled Start screen was previously known as Metro until Microsoft suddenly dropped the term last week. Some suspect the company dr

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Apple launches line of awkward, embarrassing Olympic ads

Apple launches line of awkward, embarrassing Olympic ads

At the Speed Up My PC Free blog, we’re Windows users. The PC Cleaner Pro program is designed specifically for Windows, and we just feel like Microsoft has created a better operating system than Apple. Of course, that’s not to mention the other benefits that Microsoft brings to the table, including affordable hardware, competition between manufacturers, and, of course, PC gaming. Right now,

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Twitter suffers malware outbreak, downtime over two-day period

Twitter suffers malware outbreak, downtime over two-day period

As Twitter addicts undoubtedly know, the popular social networking site was down for a few hours on the morning of July 26th. Users logged onto Twitter, eager to see what new updates were coming from their fellow tweeters, only to be greeted with silence. It had been a while since the last Twitter outage, but outages are certainly not unheard of. Usually, Twitter crashes due to heavy usage. It

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How will Windows 8 help businesses?

How will Windows 8 help businesses?

Windows 8 will be released October 26, 2012. Since many consumers just recently upgraded to Windows 7, the release might not be greeted with as much fanfare as Microsoft hopes. It’s not just consumers. Businesses are also expected to have a lukewarm reception to Windows 8. Many businesses still use Windows XP, and upgrading to Windows 7 was an expensive move that few businesses will be willin

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Windows 8 apps priced anywhere from $1.49 to $999

Windows 8 apps priced anywhere from $1.49 to $999

The PC community is moderately excited about the Windows 8 app store. Although an app store does exist in the Windows 8 release preview, it’s not stocked with very many apps. Microsoft has insisted that apps will be its focus as it moves forward, and has even started paying developers to build apps based on Windows 8. Now that we have an official release date for Windows 8 (October 26, 2012),

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