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Everything You Need to Know about 3D Computer Monitors

Everything You Need to Know about 3D Computer Monitors

3D technology has been out for a few years. Although 3D TVs aren’t selling nearly as well as some people expected, they still have a niche following of fans – many of whom don’t even use them to watch 3D programming. But what about 3D computer monitors? What’s all that about? Today, we’re going to answer any questions you might have about 3D computer monitors and explain why 3D comput

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How to Identify and Remove Space Hogs on Your Hard Drive

How to Identify and Remove Space Hogs on Your Hard Drive

Most PC users have had to deal with the pain of a full hard drive. Over time, the hard drive fills up with all of our data. Sometimes, we downloaded this data deliberately. In other cases, your computer has simply accumulated junk data over time. But in any case, identifying and removing this space hogging data from your hard drive has a number of different benefits: -Reduce PC errors -Ma

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The Best Microsoft Word Tips and Tricks

The Best Microsoft Word Tips and Tricks

If you’re like me, then you use Microsoft Word almost every day. From college papers to work reviews, Microsoft Word is an important part of many peoples’ lives. But in spite of that fact, most people don’t spend more than a few minutes getting to know the program. You type words into it, change the size of a few headings, then call it a day and print off the document, right? Well, Mic

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Does Increasing Page File Size Actually Make Your PC Faster?

Does Increasing Page File Size Actually Make Your PC Faster?

When your computer runs out of RAM, it draws upon the page file. The page file is a part of the hard drive that the computer has set aside to use as memory. So, instead of having your computer blow up when it reaches its RAM capacity, it can simply draw upon the page file in order to get by. There has been a long persistent belief in the tech community that increasing the size of the page fi

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The World’s 5 Most Frustrating PC Games

The World’s 5 Most Frustrating PC Games

Most online games are designed to be fun. They’re supposed to be a fun way to kill time when you’re on your lunch break (or not) at work, or when you’re taking public transit home from school. But there are a rare few online PC games that are so frustrating that you can’t help but play them. These games are so stupidly difficult that players have formed a love/hate relationship with the

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Top 4 Telltale Signs of a Malware Infection

Top 4 Telltale Signs of a Malware Infection

Malware infections can strike at any time. But in most cases, malware leaves telltale signs around the system that tell users they have been infected with malware. By recognizing these telltale signs, computer users can take action before the virus deeply infects their system. The sooner the virus is removed, the less time it has to steal sensitive user data. Ready to learn how to spot dange

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How to Add Traditional Windows Functions to Your Windows RT Tablet By 'Jailbreaking' It

How to Add Traditional Windows Functions to Your Windows RT Tablet By ‘Jailbreaking’ It

If you recently purchased a Windows RT tablet, then you may be a bit shocked at how limited its functionality can seem. Sure, you have access to the colorful Metro interface and all of the apps in the Windows App Store. But where are your old favorite desktop programs? Where’s the Start button? How do you run an app that hasn’t been specifically authorized by Windows? These are all good

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How to Avoid the Dangerous New Red October Virus

How to Avoid the Dangerous New Red October Virus

Although the name “Red October” might remind you more of Sean Connery than your computer, that might soon change. A recently discovered virus called Red October has been sweeping across the world over the past few years. And unlike most malware, the Red October virus is focused on stealing top-secret information from governments, energy industry companies, nuclear power plants, and even peo

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How to Fix Busy Windows Processes And Improve PC Performance

How to Fix Busy Windows Processes And Improve PC Performance

Dealing with frozen PC programs can be annoying. But you know what’s more annoying? When you can’t end a process through the Windows Task Manager. As you may already know, you can open the Windows Task Manager by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Delete. From that menu, you can end all sorts of processes on your computer. But some viruses and processes are smart enough to detect your Windows Task Manager t

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Beware of Fraudulent ADP Phishing Emails in 2013

Beware of Fraudulent ADP Phishing Emails in 2013

Phishing emails are a popular way for hackers to steal your information. While most PC users don’t fall for them, even tech-savvy users have been falling for a recent phishing scam. That scam involves a security update from a payroll processing company called ADP. If you don’t use ADP, then you might not get the email. But if you do use ADP, then you’re probably used to seeing important m

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