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Has Your Password Been Leaked Online? Here’s How to Instantly Check

Has Your Password Been Leaked Online? Here’s How to Instantly Check

Every week, it seems like I’m covering another story about a major company leaking passwords online. Data leaks are becoming worryingly common – even among major websites like Yahoo and LinkedIn. With all these data leaks, millions of passwords and email combinations have been leaked onto the internet. And if you’re like most people, then you use the same email and password combination fo

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How to Fix your Windows 8 PC Using Advanced Startup Options

How to Fix your Windows 8 PC Using Advanced Startup Options

Windows 8 is not growing as quickly as previous versions of Windows. But there are still millions of Windows 8 users around the world. Today, we’re going to tell you how to use one of the most useful parts of Windows 8 – the advanced startup options tool. Access the advanced startup options menu -Press the Windows Key + I and click Change PC Settings, then click the General button and click

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Get Ready to See Windows Stores in Your Local Best Buy – Microsoft Unveiling 600 Locations in the US and Canada This Summer

Get Ready to See Windows Stores in Your Local Best Buy – Microsoft Unveiling 600 Locations in the US and Canada This Summer

For years, Apple had an exclusive relationship with Best Buy. Apple was the only company to have official Apple stores inside most Best Buy locations. This undoubtedly fuelled the rise of Apple over the last decade and won the hearts and minds of Apple users around the world by giving them a convenient place to test out new Apple products. Well, it looks like Apple’s reign of terror over Best

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The Xbox One Could Stop Playing Movies If More People Walk Into Room to Watch

The Xbox One Could Stop Playing Movies If More People Walk Into Room to Watch

News about the Xbox One continues to get bleaker and bleaker for Microsoft. After a devastating E3, where Microsoft was nearly booed off stage and enjoyed a lackluster reception from angry techies, recent patent news suggests that Microsoft could unveil a technology that monitors how many people are in the room at a certain time and charges more for movies and other content based on the number of

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Xbox One’s E3 Demo Was Actually Powered By Nvidia Graphics and Windows 7

Xbox One’s E3 Demo Was Actually Powered By Nvidia Graphics and Windows 7

Microsoft’s disastrous E3 unveiling keeps getting worse. After a lukewarm reception to the Xbox One’s games and price point, an internet user named Julian Rignail pictures of a technician working on the Xbox One display. Rignail posted a message saying that: “I just played an Xbox One game using an Xbox One controller that crashed…to a Windows 7, Hewlett Packard-branded desktop. Magi

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Check Out the Best PC Gaming Hardware from E3 2013

Check Out the Best PC Gaming Hardware from E3 2013

The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 may have dominated headlines at E3 this year, but that doesn’t mean there wasn’t some killer PC gaming hardware on display. Take a look at some of the awesome hardware that will be available to PC gamers over the next few months (and years): Nvidia GeForce GRID Streaming The PC gaming world has known about Nvidia GeForce GRID Streaming since CES 2013, bu

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Instantly Improve Netflix Playback on your PC With 5 Simple Tips

Instantly Improve Netflix Playback on your PC With 5 Simple Tips

If you’re like millions of Netflix users, then you run Netflix over your PC. There’s nothing wrong with this approach. In fact, it’s a great way to save money on a cable plan – you don’t even need to buy a big screen TV. But in some cases, Netflix playback over a PC can be choppy. Sometimes, this can occur due to a weak internet plan. In other cases, it’s a software problem that can

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Microsoft Releases Windows 8.1 Video and Announces Beta Release for June 26, 2013

Microsoft Releases Windows 8.1 Video and Announces Beta Release for June 26, 2013

Windows 8.1, or Windows Blue, or whatever you want to call it, has been on the horizon for quite some time. Today, that horizon got a lot closer as Microsoft finally revealed some of the key features in Windows 8.1. And yes, it looks like Microsoft is bringing back the Start button. Check out the video below to get an idea of the kind of new features that Windows 8.1 will bring to the table. So

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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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Facebook Has More User Accounts Than Anyone Else. But Who’s In Second Place?

Facebook Has More User Accounts Than Anyone Else. But Who’s In Second Place?

In September of 2012, Facebook announced that it had reached the 1 billion user milestone. To put that in perspective, there are just over 7 billion people in the world. In other words, Facebook has accounts for 1 out of every 7 people in existence today – not including fake Facebook accounts. No matter which way you slice it, that’s an astonishingly large number, and Facebook has rightfull

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