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3 Stupidly Easy Ways to Improve Your Online Security

3 Stupidly Easy Ways to Improve Your Online Security

Everybody knows that online security is important, but few people actually want to put any work into securing their online activity. Today, I’m going to show you how to instantly improve your online security without putting too much work into doing so: 1) Enable two factor authentication on Gmail and other online services Two factor authentication has been around for a few years, but it’s

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How to Physically Clean your Computer and Speed Up Performance

How to Physically Clean your Computer and Speed Up Performance

When cleaning up a PC, most people don’t think of the outside of the PC. Instead, they clean up the hard drive, uninstall software, and delete files they no longer need. That’s always a good idea, but you can’t ignore the outside of your PC. Dust builds up, monitors attract particles, and static electricity attracts every airborne contaminant to your hardware. All of these issues can c

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6 Weird Facts About Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s New CEO

6 Weird Facts About Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s New CEO

Steve Ballmer has officially stepped down as CEO of Microsoft and long-time employee Satya Nadella has taken his place. Who is Satya Nadella? And what will he do with Microsoft? Today, we’re going to tell you some of the crazy facts you need to know about Nadella and his vision for Microsoft: Who is Satya Nadella? First, let’s explain who Nadella is. He’s worked with Microsoft for a lon

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Microsoft Could Combine Windows 8 Stores, Xbox Stores, and Windows Phone Stores by Early 2014

Microsoft Could Combine Windows 8 Stores, Xbox Stores, and Windows Phone Stores by Early 2014

In outgoing Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer’s farewell memo to his company, he mentioned the importance for unity across the company’s multiple departments. He called his plan One Microsoft and said that a new CEO was required in order to lead the company towards that goal. Well, it looks like a few of the company’s biggest departments may soon be joining forces to deliver one really good app

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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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Five Ways to Speed Up Your PC in 2013

Five Ways to Speed Up Your PC in 2013

If you’re reading the Speed Up My PC Free blog, then you’re probably interested in learning some of the best ways to speed up your PC. Well, PC technology changes every year, so we’ve updated our list to reflect the best ways to speed up any PC in 2013. 5) Install Chrome or Firefox Chrome is widely recognized as the world’s fastest internet browser. Firefox recently recaptured that crown

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Want to See What a 3200x1800 Ultrabook Display Looks Like?

Want to See What a 3200×1800 Ultrabook Display Looks Like?

Ultrabooks are the PC’s answer to the Macbook. In order to be classified as an Ultrabook, Intel forces manufacturers to adhere to a set of strict quality guidelines, including certain screen sizes, resolutions, and software. Well, it looks like Fujitsu will go above and beyond the resolution requirements for its next Ultrabook. Fujitsu is releasing an Ultrabook with an astonishing 3200x1800 r

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Apple Torturing Microsoft By Not Releasing iTunes for Windows 8

Apple Torturing Microsoft By Not Releasing iTunes for Windows 8

Windows 8 is oh-so-close to being considered a failure – if it hasn’t been labeled a failure already. However, a recent press release by Apple drove another nail into Windows 8’s coffin, as Apple confirmed that they would not be releasing a version of iTunes for Windows 8. This is a serious problem, since it basically prevents Windows RT users – who are forced to rely on apps in order t

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President Obama Now Has Ability to Launch Pre-Emptive Cyber Attacks

President Obama Now Has Ability to Launch Pre-Emptive Cyber Attacks

As the world’s technology becomes more and more advanced, it looks like the battlefields of the future will be virtual, not physical. After all, we’ve already created technology that can destroy the world thousands of times over, and what’s the point of that when you can take away somebody’s internet? Virtual battlefields might not be far away from becoming a reality, so to speak. Accor

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New Report Suggests Moving to Cloud Computing Is Harder than Many People Think

New Report Suggests Moving to Cloud Computing Is Harder than Many People Think

If you’ve visited any cloud computing service websites lately, then you’ve probably marveled at how fast and easy it was to switch your business to cloud computing. And did you hear about how much money you could save? But the truth is – moving to cloud computing might be slightly harder than you think. A consultancy firm named KPMG International published a report called Cloud Survey whi

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