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5 Things We Still Don’t Know About the Xbox One

5 Things We Still Don’t Know About the Xbox One

The Xbox One was finally revealed in late May. But there are still plenty of things we don’t know about the console. And the things we do know are pretty controversial (like the inability to buy used games or play older Xbox games). Anyways, here are 5 things we don’t know about the Xbox One, but hope to find out in the near future: 5) Pricing, availability, and a release date Writing

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What?! Internet Explorer 10 Shown to Block More Malware than Chrome and Firefox

What?! Internet Explorer 10 Shown to Block More Malware than Chrome and Firefox

For years, Internet Explorer has been the laughing stock of the tech community. Today, Internet Explorer 10 is desperately trying to change that reputation by offering faster speeds and safer browsing than browsers like Chrome and Firefox. In the past few months, news about Internet Explorer 10 has been pretty quiet. Speeds and safety ratings have been comparable to modern browsers, but IE10 ha

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Instantly Speed Up Your PC By Replacing Microsoft’s Built-in Antivirus Software

Instantly Speed Up Your PC By Replacing Microsoft’s Built-in Antivirus Software

If you’re visiting SpeedUpMyPCFree.com, then you’re obviously interested in learning how to make your computer go faster. And hey, we all appreciate a faster PC, right? Today, we’re going to tell you about a PC performance tip that can be used on any Windows 7 computer. Specifically, independent tests have shown that removing Microsoft’s built-in antivirus software can result in a signi

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Top 5 Simulation Games of 2013

Top 5 Simulation Games of 2013

PC gaming has jumped ahead by leaps and bounds over the last decade, and nowhere is that more apparent than in the world of simulations. Today, simulation games are incredibly popular. Today’s sim games put gamers in a variety of unique roles, including train conductors and professional soldiers. If you want to experience the latest and greatest sim games on your PC gaming rig, check out the

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64 Bit Version of Windows RT in Development, But Not by Microsoft

64 Bit Version of Windows RT in Development, But Not by Microsoft

Windows RT is locked at 32-bit operating speed. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but it does limit the operating system in a number of different ways. The problem is: there isn’t a really good reason why Windows RT is locked at a 32-bit processor speed. In fact, a standards organization decided to create a 64-bit operating environment that could run a more full-featured version of Window

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Microsoft Warns Users About a Dangerous Facebook Virus That Disguises Itself as a Legit Chrome and Firefox Add-on

Microsoft Warns Users About a Dangerous Facebook Virus That Disguises Itself as a Legit Chrome and Firefox Add-on

I don’t know about you, but my Facebook account is a valuable part of my life. It’s the sole way I keep in touch with well over half the people I know, and if someone were to go on there and send nasty message to people, my social and professional lives would be in shambles. That’s why I like to pay close attention whenever a Facebook virus alert is announced. Earlier today, Microsoft ann

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Window Blue Preview Will Be Released in Late June

Window Blue Preview Will Be Released in Late June

Windows Blue has progressed from the rumor stage to the confirmed project stage. And now, we know when we will get access to the Windows Blue preview. The Verge recently announced that Windows Blue, also known as Windows 8.1, would be arriving in late June, sometime around Microsoft’s annual BUILD Developer’s conference. Windows Blue/Windows 8.1 will fundamentally change Windows 8 – at

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Targeted Malware Attacks on Small Business Tripled in 2012

Targeted Malware Attacks on Small Business Tripled in 2012

Small businesses often consider themselves immune to the virus problems facing other people. After all, it seems like most viruses either target big corporations with hundreds of millions of dollars of assets at play, or they target the individual consumer with credit card info on their computer. Well, it looks like small business owners are no longer immune from the world’s virus attacks –

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Microsoft Attacks Free, Open Source Google Docs With New Round of Angry Attack Advertisements

Microsoft Attacks Free, Open Source Google Docs With New Round of Angry Attack Advertisements

Microsoft apparently feels threatened by Google Docs. So threatened, in fact, that the company has decided to spend (presumably) millions of dollars creating a round of angry attack advertisements against the free service offered by Google. Five advertisements have been released so far, and all of them are, to say the least, strange. Some of them are cringe-inducing, while others make it diffic

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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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