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Top 5 Common Computer Problems and Solutions

By / September 17, 2009

The computer has become part of our day-to-day life and it is inevitable that we will run in to problems due to a software bug or a malicious virus. Many of these problems can be fixed by the user and not have to be taken in to the computer dealer or shop to have it… Read more

How to Uninstall Software Thoroughly

By / September 13, 2009

Some programs that you uninstall cause problems even after removing them from your computer. This is mainly due to the fact that some files have not been removed properly. Every program that is installed has a set of key files, including those that are written in to the registry. Sometimes when the program is removed,… Read more

Firefox Browser Vs Internet Explorer If You Are a Serious Internet User

By / September 11, 2009

Many of us use Internet Explorer because it comes bundled with our Windows operating system. However, there are many other browsers out there that have many more features than Internet Explorer and if you are a serious internet user, you will find that Firefox is much better than Internet Explorer. Firstly Firefox is an open… Read more

3 Tips For Finding Software Downloads and Drivers Updates For Your Computer

By / September 6, 2009

If you are a regular computer user there is no doubt that you’ve been in a situation where you needed to update a device driver or download one in order for the device to work. One of the most frequent situations is when you’ve reinstalled Windows and you need to install the drivers but cannot… Read more

Registry Cleaners – Information You Need to Know

By / September 4, 2009

Has your computer become slow, takes a long time to load programs, to shutdown or startup? The cause may lie in a corrupt registry. The registry is where all the programs that run on your computer store vital bits of data, including registry keys, passwords, bits of execution codes, serial numbers and much more. These… Read more

Basic Computer Security

By / August 27, 2009

Before browsing the internet with your computer, you must ensure that your computer has been updated, especially the operating system as well as key applications that you use regularly. If you have the new version of Windows Vista, a built in anti-spyware program is already included in the package or you could simply download one… Read more

Multi-Monitor functionality on your computer

By / August 25, 2009

When you are looking at adding multi-monitor functionality to your computer, you will want to consider how you will be using it. There can be many instances when you would want the screen image from one laptop or PC to be sent to multiple monitors. For example, you might be running a presentation or multimedia… Read more

The Main Components of a Computer

By / August 25, 2009

A computer is made up of certain universal components that make it run and operate correctly. The first of these components is the CPU, or Central Processing Unit, which is the brain and heart of a computer system. The CPU determines the speed and power of a computer by its processor speed in MHz or… Read more

5 Tips For Safer Browsing

By / August 17, 2009

In order to ensure safety when browsing the web, they are five major yet simple steps that can be taken in order to maximize security. The first and most obvious step to protecting your computer is to install anti-virus software. You should get quality software as well, this meaning it will usually require purchase. The… Read more

The Windows Update – Critical And Simple

By / August 13, 2009

Windows Updates. These familiar notifications are something every windows user has experienced over the course of time. The bubble warning shows up in the corner of your screen and lets you know that Microsoft has developed some manner of improvement to the existing framework of their operating system, and that they want you to install… Read more

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