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Microsoft’s next ‘Patch Tuesday’ is a doozy

Microsoft’s next ‘Patch Tuesday’ is a doozy

On one Tuesday out of every month, Microsoft releases a range of security updates for its Windows operating system. Generally, these updates are minor fixes that repair small security holes in Internet Explorer or Microsoft Excel. But July’s ‘Patch Tuesday’ is going to be different: this coming Tuesday, Microsoft will release a whopping nine new security patches to Windows users, includin

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Best Buy wants to copy the Apple store?

Best Buy wants to copy the Apple store?

Apple stores have been popping up across the world, and apparently, that has caused at least one electronics retailer to grow extremely envious. Recent reports from Best Buy have suggested that the big-box electronics retailers is considering creating smaller, friendlier versions of its stores in cities across North America. In fact, Best Buy has already built one such store in a city in Minnes

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Could an iPad Mini be on the horizon?

Could an iPad Mini be on the horizon?

It’s always been Apple’s trend to release a cool new product, then customize that product with several different versions. The iPod had the iPod Nano and the iPod Mini, and the Macbook had the Macbook Air. Could the iPad be the next major device to get downsized? According to the oft-cited ‘supply chain’ sources that tech blogs rely upon, Apple’s next big announced could be the Apple

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Want to speed up your PC with a new OS? Windows 8 upgrade to be cheaper than ever

Want to speed up your PC with a new OS? Windows 8 upgrade to be cheaper than ever

Windows 8 is set to come out later this fall. But PC users (many of whom just upgraded to Windows 7), might not jump on the Windows 8 bandwagon in droves. Windows 8 is Microsoft’s first tablet-centric operating system. With its unique Metro UI and lack of Windows Media Center, it’s a bit of a change from previous versions of Windows. Microsoft has even announced that Windows 8 will not feat

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Microsoft could overhaul entire business model with $60bn cash injection

Microsoft could overhaul entire business model with $60bn cash injection

The tech industry has always been obsessed with Apple’s massive treasure chest of cash. However, Microsoft has its own cash vault to deal with: it’s sitting on about $60bn of money that it is just waiting to spend. Tech experts are saying that Microsoft might use its cash to change its entire business model. After Microsoft announced the new Surface tablet several weeks ago (the company’s

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Windows 8 removes Start button from interface

Windows 8 removes Start button from interface

The Start button has been an important part of the Windows operating system for years. However, it looks like that has changed in Windows 8. The Windows 8 Consumer Preview has been out for a few weeks now, and one of the biggest complaints that people have levied against the new operating system is the fact that it doesn’t have a Start button. Why would Microsoft remove the Start button? Well

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  • Free Up Disk and Memory Space
  • Speed up your System
  • Fix System Errors And Crashes
  • Improve Internet Access
  • Boost Start-up Speed