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Top 5 Easiest Ways to Speed Up A Computer in 2018

It’s 2018 and your computer, your laptop, or your tablet is slow. What do you do? How can you improve performance without spending a lot of time or money on the issue? Today, we’re featuring the top 5 easiest and most effective ways you can speed up your computer in 2018. 1) Install All-in-One Software If you’re looking for easy PC optimization, it doesn’t get easier than all-in-one PC optimization software. Our proprietary Advanced System Repair software is one of the leading products on the market. It instantly boosts PC speeds with a single click. There’s no need to mess with settings, delete valuable data, or have any tech skills whatsoever. You download the software, click a button, and watch your PC speed up. Be careful with all-in-one PC optimization software: not all software is made equally. Some optimization software is hijackware designed to latch onto your computer. This software ...
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How to Run Destiny 2 at 60 fps in 4K on PC

Are you playing the Destiny 2 beta on PC? Are you planning to buy Destiny 2 when it launches on PC later this year? The game looks fantastic. But if you want the game to look its best, then you need to play it at 60 fps in 4K. Is such a thing even possible for your PC? How beefy does your rig need to be to run Destiny 2 at these specs? The good news is that Destiny 2 isn’t some lazy console port. It’s a full-fledged PC that’s genuinely been optimized to run on your PC. Bungie has even partnered with Nvidia to ensure the game gets the best possible performance on PC. In any case, PCGamer recently did a bunch of Destiny 2 testing with different graphics cards and settings. You can use that data to make a smart choice about your Destiny 2 hardware. The Best ...
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How to Tidy up your Windows 10 Start Menu

I don’t know about you, but my Windows 10 Start Menu is a mess. I’ve never really customized it, and I rarely use it. Fortunately, Windows 10’s Start menu is very customizable – even if it’s not as user-friendly as the one we saw in Windows 7. Today, we’re going to show you how to improve your Windows 10 Start menu and make it more usable. Cleaning Up the All Apps Menu By default, the All Apps menu lists all of your software, games, and applications – including the readme files and any additional data. You might think there’s no way to unclutter the menu by reducing the number of folders or deleting shortcuts. However, that’s not the case. First, you’ll want to move all your Start menu folders into a common folder. By default, they’re held in two folders. Moving them into one folder helps us organize them more ...
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Top 5 Easy Ways to Boost Overwatch Performance

Overwatch is one of the most beautiful and colorful PC games available today. However, all that beauty requires plenty of graphic processing power. Is your rig struggling with Overwatch? Here are some of the best ways to boost Overwatch performance. Disable Dynamic Reflections Overwatch has a number of preset graphic settings, including Low, Medium, High, Ultra, and Epic. However, these presets have surprisingly minimal impact on performance. If you want to disable one setting to increase your performance, try disabling Dynamic Reflections. This can provide up to a 50% boost in framerates when disabled. More importantly, it’s not something most people will even notice – let alone miss. Disable Local Fog Detail Local Fog Detail gives Overwatch an extra bit of visual flair. However, it has a significant impact on performance. Disabling Local Fog Detail can lead to a 10 to 15% impact on performance. Disable Other Visual Settings If ...
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What’s the Deal with the Steam Machine in 2017?

A few years ago, the internet was buzzing about Valve’s Steam Machines. It was rumored that Valve was working on a lineup of consoles catered towards PC gamers. Then, Steam Machines were launched – and we kind of stopped hearing about them. Whatever happened to Steam Machines? Are they popular? Did they disappear? Today, we’re explaining everything you need to know about the state of Steam Machines in 2017. The History Valve introduced “Big Picture Mode” to Steam in 2012. It made it easier to access Steam over your TV. It was marketed towards those who wanted to play PC games from their living room. That same year, Gabe Newell’s Valve revealed that it was working on a video game-style console called the Steam Machine (the internet originally called the console the Steam Box). We didn’t hear about the Steam Machine for months. Suddenly, in September 2013, Valve issued a ...
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