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Top 6 PC Pet Peeves You Probably Hate

Top 6 PC Pet Peeves You Probably Hate

Computers have obviously changed our world in countless ways. However, that doesn’t mean that computers are always easy to love. There are plenty of things to hate about PCs. If you’ve ever sworn at your computer, an inanimate object that can’t hear you, then you’re probably well aware of some of these pet peeves. Without further ado, here are some of the things that annoy us most about

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DDR4 Memory Currently In Production, But Won’t Arrive Until 2015

DDR4 Memory Currently In Production, But Won’t Arrive Until 2015

It feels like DDR3 memory has been around for a while. Well, the end is finally in sight, PC fans, because we can officially tell you that DDR4 memory is about 18 months away. Today’s biggest RAM manufacturers have already started to build DDR4 memory. Unfortunately, these major memory vendors will not be releasing DDR4 memory until 2015. Why the delay? RAM can be as fast as you want, but

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How to Protect your Data and Photos While Traveling

How to Protect your Data and Photos While Traveling

Traveling is a lot of fun. Unless someone steals your phone, laptop, wallet, and other important data. When that happens, you’ve got way more to lose than just a few dollars: you can lose all of the priceless memories you made during the trip. That’s why it’s important to spend a few minutes learning how to protect your data while traveling. Here are some of the best and most effective wa

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How to Make an Incredibly Quiet Gaming PC

How to Make an Incredibly Quiet Gaming PC

Gaming PCs and noise reduction don’t usually go together. In most cases, high-performance gaming parts make your PC as noisy as a jet engine - especially when you put those components in a large, echo-ey case. Fortunately, building a quiet gaming PC is easier than you think. It requires a bit of money and some time spent swapping out parts and coolers, but hey, think of how much better you’

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How to Easily Customize Google Image Search Results and Save Time

How to Easily Customize Google Image Search Results and Save Time

Millions of people use Google images every day. However, very few of those users ever bother to look at the advanced settings for Google Images. Let’s be honest: most people think those settings are pointless. But if you’ve looked at Google Image settings lately, then you might find that they have changed since the last time you checked them out. Today, Google Images settings menu is a w

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Top 5 PC Games for the Holiday Season 2013

Top 5 PC Games for the Holiday Season 2013

The holiday season is almost upon us, and that means it’s time to stop procrastinating and actually buy your family gifts this year. Whether you’re buying for a brother, sister, husband, or mother, there are a number of popular PC games on the market this year. If you’ve got a gamer in your family looking for a new way to waste time, then these PC games will do the trick. Without furth

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Should You Care About Beamforming, the Futuristic Faster Version of Wi-Fi?

Should You Care About Beamforming, the Futuristic Faster Version of Wi-Fi?

If you’re happy with your Wi-Fi speeds all the time, then I envy you. But I also think you’re a liar. Let’s be honest: most people aren’t very happy with their internet speeds at all times of the day and at every point in their home. That’s why Beamforming is getting a lot of people excited. Beamforming has been advertised as the futuristic, faster version of Wi-Fi technology. While m

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Blizzard Delights Blizzcon Attendees By Announcing New World of Warcraft Expansion, Diablo III Improvements, and a DOTA Competitor

Blizzard Delights Blizzcon Attendees By Announcing New World of Warcraft Expansion, Diablo III Improvements, and a DOTA Competitor

Blizzard is one of only a few gaming companies that can put on an annual event where it solely discusses its own games. Every year, Blizzard hosts BlizzCon in California and talks about upcoming plans for a number of Blizzard games. The most important thing discussed at the BlizzCon keynote this year was another World of Warcraft expansion. Gamers weren’t sure if Blizzard was going to announc

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How to Test your Wireless Network’s Performance

How to Test your Wireless Network’s Performance

Your internet browser likely gets more use than any other program on your PC. But many people are surprised to learn just how poor their wireless performance is when compared to a standard network. If you’ve been frustrated by slow internet speeds lately, then it’s time to run some tests and performance benchmarks. Today, we’re going to show you how to benchmark your wireless network and

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How to Use ‘MSConfig’ to Speed Up Your PC in Two Minutes or Less

How to Use ‘MSConfig’ to Speed Up Your PC in Two Minutes or Less

Ready to speed up your PC? Of course you are. Here’s how to speed up your PC quickly and easily using MSConfig. What is MSConfig? MSConfig is a tool included in every Windows PC. It stands for Microsoft Configuration/System Configuration. What does MSConfig do? MSConfig lets users easily configure various aspects of their Windows PC, including: -Choose the type of Startup (Normal, Diagnos

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