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Grand Theft Auto V PC release in 2013 Is A Distinct Possibility

Grand Theft Auto V PC release in 2013 Is A Distinct Possibility

Grand Theft Auto is one of the most successful gaming series of all time. However, PC gamers have been shafted over the last few releases of Grand Theft Auto. They were forced to wait about a year for a PC port for Grand Theft Auto IV, for example, and when that port finally arrived, it was filled with bugs and graphical problems. Rockstar looks to be taking the Grand Theft Auto V PC release a

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Should You Care About Refresh Rate (Hz) When Buying a PC Monitor?

Should You Care About Refresh Rate (Hz) When Buying a PC Monitor?

If you’ve been shopping around for a new PC monitor, then you’ll find a number of different ways to compare different monitors. You can look at screen size, resolution, refresh rate, response time, and more. But which of those things actually matters? The effects of screen size and resolution are obvious, so that leaves us to talk about refresh rate and response time. Should you pay more fo

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Windows RT Isn’t Dead Yet: Some Tech Analysts Predict a Comeback

Windows RT Isn’t Dead Yet: Some Tech Analysts Predict a Comeback

Windows RT has faced criticism since its release. The biggest criticism is that consumers don’t know what Windows RT is. They may buy a Windows tablet hoping to enjoy Windows-like performance, only to realize that Windows RT is just a less functional shell of Windows 8. Well, Windows RT isn’t dead yet. After two of Microsoft’s biggest manufacturing partners (Asus and Acer) ditched Windows

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5 Cool Windows 7 Interface Tweaks

5 Cool Windows 7 Interface Tweaks

You don’t have to be a Windows 7 power user to demand the most out of your PC. Here are our top 5 favorite Windows 7 interface tweaks that help you get more out of your PC than you ever thought possible: 5) Change your Windows 7 login screen Yes, it’s possible to change your Windows 7 login screen. In fact, it’s probably easier than you think. To customize your login screen, you’ll need

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World of Warcraft Continues Bleeding Subscribers As Membership Plummets to 7.7 Million

World of Warcraft Continues Bleeding Subscribers As Membership Plummets to 7.7 Million

World of Warcraft has been more successful than any other MMO in existence. Ever since WoW was first released way back in 2004 (I can’t believe that was nearly ten years ago!), it has won the hearts and minds of gamers all over the world. At its peak in 2010, World of Warcraft was home to about 12 million players – which is more than many countries on our planet. Unfortunately, since the re

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A Full PC Built Into a USB Thumbstick? It’s a Reality Thanks to Dell’s Project Ophelia

A Full PC Built Into a USB Thumbstick? It’s a Reality Thanks to Dell’s Project Ophelia

Have you ever thought that desktop PCs were too bulky?  Then get a laptop or tablet. But what if space is at an absolute premium and you don’t want to bother with a laptop or tablet? Well thanks to Dell’s Project Ophelia, you can now purchase a full PC that is just the size of a USB thumb drive. At first glance, you might mistake Project Ophelia for a thumb drive. It features a sleek black

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How to Switch Characters in GTA IV for PC Like in GTA V With New Mod

How to Switch Characters in GTA IV for PC Like in GTA V With New Mod

GTA IV for PC was released 6 months after the console version. Now, 5 years after it was first released, GTA IV is home to a thriving PC modding community. PC modders have created everything from beautiful visual mods to crazy Iron Man mods that allow you to fly around the sky using a rocket-powered suit. GTA V for consoles will come out in fall 2013. No PC release date has been announced yet,

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Internet Explorer 11 May Actually Be the Perfect Browser for Business Users

Internet Explorer 11 May Actually Be the Perfect Browser for Business Users

Today, Windows’ largest userbase is in the corporate world, where programs like Word and Excel are ubiquitous. Meanwhile, consumer support for Windows is lagging, with more consumers switching to Android-powered mobile tablets and other low-cost alternatives. Fortunately, Internet Explorer 11 could give the company a much-needed boost. The IE11 Developer Preview for Windows 7 was recently rel

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Xbox One Will Have Free Unlimited Cloud Storage for Xbox Live Non-Gold Users, Announces Microsoft

Xbox One Will Have Free Unlimited Cloud Storage for Xbox Live Non-Gold Users, Announces Microsoft

The Xbox One has gone through more controversy than any other gaming console in existence. From the restrictive DRM flip flops to the controversial price tag on the console and its accessories, the Xbox One could use some positive PR. That’s exactly what Microsoft is trying to do with its latest announcement. Microsoft recently announced that all Xbox Live users on the Xbox One would enjoy un

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SkyDrive Will Be No More As Microsoft Loses Trademark Infringement Lawsuit

SkyDrive Will Be No More As Microsoft Loses Trademark Infringement Lawsuit

It seems like Microsoft just can’t catch a break. In an effort to catch up with today’s computer users, Microsoft has invested hundreds of millions into marketing its cloud service called SkyDrive. SkyDrive is Microsoft’s homegrown cloud storage service designed to compete with DropBox, Google Drive, iCloud, and other major cloud services. It’s particularly popular among Windows 8 users

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