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    Seven Tips to Prevent Registry Errors

    By / December 24, 2009

    The Windows Registry is a sort of accounts keeper for all the software programs and settings that exist on your Windows-based computer. Every new program that you install will add one or more entries to the registry. In most cases, these entries remain in your system even after you uninstall the program. Your registry can… Read more

    Piano Learning Software – Rocket Piano Review

    By / December 18, 2009

    Anyone who can play any musical instrument will tell you that it was the most time consuming, and single-minded effort that they have ever made. Ruth Searle, an accomplished pianist from New Zealand, has produced a piano course that takes some of the difficulty from learning to play piano, Rocket Piano. When you purchase Rocket… Read more

    The Top Ten Reasons iTunes Sucks

    By / December 17, 2009

    With the popularity of iPods and iPhones, it is easy to see why Apple’s iTunes is still one of the most commonly used music players. Despite its popularity and wide range of users, it still leaves much to be desired for the everyday music lover. An explanation of why Apple’s iTunes library player sucks is… Read more

    How to Pick the Best Inkjet Printer

    By / December 12, 2009

    Although, figuratively speaking, there are a million different Inkjet printer models in the market, buying one is a simple task if you follow certain guidelines. 1. Decide on the features. These days, Inkjet “printers” not only print but also scan, fax, and copy. Having all three features is now common, so this does not have… Read more

    Basic Windows Shortcut Keys – Cut, Copy and Paste

    By / December 11, 2009

    While working on a document on your computer, you will find yourself using the mouse several times to click on various buttons to perform various tasks. As you keep working it becomes frustrating and even leading to a break in the flow of what you are doing when you have to keep switching one hand… Read more

    Cloud Computing Benefits for Businesses and Individual Users

    By / December 3, 2009

    Cloud Computing is a concept that has been around since the evolution of the Internet. But it is only in the last few years that people realize its progress and potential. Companies like Amazon and Google have rolled out huge horizontal networks with multiple services, platforms, applications, and storage tools. These enable users to access… Read more

    Keeping Your Computer Healthy

    By / December 2, 2009

    Your car, microwave, washing machine…everything runs down over time. So does your personal computer. Why most of us do not realize this is because technology moves so fast that we tend to upgrade before the computer shows any serious telltale signs of problems. But with the economy going down the drain, most users cannot afford… Read more

    HP Jump Starting Compaq Brand with Ultra-Cheap Machines

    By / November 27, 2009

    Hewlett-Packard bought over Compaq in 2002, but never promoted it in any way except as a secondary brand. Choosing to keep it alive mainly in Asia where the brand is very popular, HP, more or less, ignored the brand. But that train of thought has now changed. HP now aims to position Compaq not just… Read more

    MSN Direct to shut down in 2012

    By / November 26, 2009

    It is official, Microsoft has announced that the MSN Direct service will be shut down in 2012. The announcement was made via the MSN Direct Support blog which revealed that the service would come to an end on January 1, 2012. So what happens to the subscriptions? If you have paid for beyond 2012, a… Read more

    Want Windows 7 for 30 bucks? Go to college

    By / November 21, 2009

    Sounds too good to be true, but you can legally get an upgrade copy of Windows 7 Home Premium for $29.99. So why is Microsoft being so generous and dropping the price from an almighty $119.99? Well the catch is that it is not for everyone; you have to be a student, specifically, a college… Read more

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