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Top 5 apps to speed up your gaming PC

Top 5 apps to speed up your gaming PC

If you’re like millions of PC gamers around the world, then you’re constantly trying to squeeze every ounce of performance power out of your computer. To help you do just that, here are our top 5 favorite apps for speeding up and maximizing the performance of any gaming PC: 5) Video card overdrive programs Your video was most likely made by either AMD or Nvidia. Both of these manufacture

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Will the Windows App Store be ready for the release of Windows 8?

Will the Windows App Store be ready for the release of Windows 8?

Microsoft is betting everything on the successful release of Windows 8 later this month. But Microsoft might soon realize one of the most important lessons about attracting mobile consumers: if there aren’t any good apps, people won’t bother buying whatever you’re selling. Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android have hundreds of thousands of apps for consumers to choose from. However, both s

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Scareware scammer find $163 million for fake antivirus software

Scareware scammer find $163 million for fake antivirus software

If you’ve ever been the victim of a scareware virus, then you know exactly how frustrating the problem can be. Scareware preys on user insecurities. It installs itself on your computer and poses as antivirus software, monitoring your activities before charging you $50 or more to fix the problem. Scareware viruses go by many different names. Some might call themselves ‘Win B Security System

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Will Internet Explorer always be the world’s most popular browser?

Will Internet Explorer always be the world’s most popular browser?

When Mozilla Firefox first came out, computer users around the world rejoiced. It was the first time (since Netscape Navigator) that a legitimate competitor to Internet Explorer had drawn the attention of consumers. But Firefox was released a long time ago. And since that point, new browsers like Chrome have also entered the market. In spite of the popular of both of these browsers, Internet Ex

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Finding lost system restore points

Finding lost system restore points

All Windows computers have system restore turned on by default. System restore is an easy way to fix your PC whenever it encounters problems. Instead of troubleshooting the problem directly, system restores simply takes your computer back to a time when everything was working perfectly. In most cases, system restore is a useful way to fix your PC. However, it doesn’t always work that way. Som

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Hackers use Adobe’s digital certificate system to break into PCs

Hackers use Adobe’s digital certificate system to break into PCs

How can a virus get past the defenses of any computer? By using its built-in security certification system, of course. Such is the case with Adobe’s digital certificate system, which was compromised this past weekend by a group of hackers looking to deal damage to computers around the world. Adobe’s digital certificate system was hacked in order to verify two malicious updates. Normally, th

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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