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It’s important to determine how much power your computer and its components are using — the first step toward saving money on your energy bill.

A real question when buying a new PC is how much RAM, or memory, the computer needs. Here’s a rundown of various configurations and the needed RAM requirements.

The KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_FAILURE Blue Screen of Death error can be an issue with your hard drive, memory or drivers. Find out which.

The AVG Toolbar can slow down your web browser and is very difficult to get rid of. Here’s how to do it.

A Guide to Physical PC Maintenance

PC maintenance is more than just software. Learn how to keep your PC clean, inside and out.

Microsoft has confirmed that the Start Button (in addition to the Windows 8 Start Screen) will be returning to Windows 8, in the upcoming free update, Windows 8.1. Also called Blue, this update makes a lot of changes to Windows 8 for the better. Microsoft has responded to public criticism (although they have not admitted the Start Button is coming back because of public criticism, they are adding it for other reasons) and have added the Start Button back into Windows 8 although they call it a Start Tip. Putting […]

The WORKER_THREAD_RETURNED_AT_BAD_IRQL Blue Screen of Death error can mean two things: outdated drivers or conflicting antivirus apps. Find out which one.

Ten Reasons to Stick with Windows XP

If you’re feeling pressured into upgrading beyond Windows XP, don’t be. Here are ten good reasons why you should stick with Windows XP instead.

Scan Results from Driver Reviver

Outdated drivers holding back your PC’s performance and reliability? Learn how to scan your computer for driver updates and keep it running like new.

When considering a transition from Windows 7 to Windows 8, it helps to be aware of the differences between versions. Here’s more on that subject.

BAD_SYSTEM_CONFIG_INFO, sometimes represented with a STOP code of 0x00000074, means you’ve got a bad hard drive, bad memory or a bad Windows Registry. Let’s track down the problem.

If you’d like your documents read on the majority of computers and apps, you need to know what file format to save them in. Learn about that here.

The GeForce 320.18 stable graphics driver release, for GTX 600 and 780 cards, offers significant performance increases on many games. Download it here.

There are five principles to keep in mind when after a new computer, whether that’s a laptop, desktop, PC or Mac. Educate yourself about the five Ps.

Refresh rates? Response time? What do these things mean and why should I care when I buy a computer monitor? These terms and more are explained.

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