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Registry Reviver fixes paths to DLLs that have been broken when an application is uninstalled incorrectly. This can lead to Blue Screens of Death.

Laptops are great for portability and convenience but it can be such a hassle when your battery runs out of juice. We present you a visual that promises you longer battery life through best practices and tips to save precious minutes.

How to Refurbish a Computer for Someone

There are many things you can do with a PC you no longer use. Donate it to a school or church. Or reformat it and give it to a friend or family member. Computers last a long time, even if you’re done with them.

Playing most online games and anything else that requires massive upload and download speed requires you to plug in via Ethernet. Here’s how the different wired Internet providers compare.

MediaMonkey is a great alternative to iTunes for those that want to manage their MP3 players and large collections of media at the same time. Give it a try.

Windows Media Player or VLC Media Player? We run down the differences between these popular video-playing applications.

The Definitive Guide on Wireless Speeds

Here’s a rundown of the different wireless technologies and their maximum speeds. 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi all have different theoretical limits, and the results may surprise you.

There have been many articles comparing the latest versions of the three most powerful browsers: Google Chrome 10, Internet Explorer 9 and Mozilla Firefox 4. But we’re taking a different approach, as our goal is to help you optimize your browser experience. We want to know which browser uses less CPU and less memory while running the same set of tasks.

Errors with Help Files in Windows

Help files pop up whenever you click Help within an application. They’re special files in Windows that are stored separately, away from the application. Though the content is written by whoever made the application, the help file’s interface is all Windows. Help files can be crucial for understanding how a complicated application works.

How do I Optimize the Registry on My PC?

In this interactive video, learn about the Windows Registry and how Registry Reviver can streamline it, helping your PC run like new.

Simple Spring Cleaning Tips for your PC

Time to dust off your PC, literally and metaphorically, with this series of Spring Cleaning tips.

YouTube is a great, easy way to edit video free, without the need for expensive video editing software.

A font is another name for a specific typeface that your computer uses, such as Arial, Helvetica, and so on. A computer full of invalid font entries in your Windows Registry, with no actual corresponding font installed, can crash specific applications.

Storing your media files in the cloud is a good idea, especially if you’ve got a small hard drive. Amazon Cloud Drive is one way to do that.

To understand file types, you first have to understand file extensions. The last three to four letters in a filename after the period, such as .doc or .docx, represent the file extension. Each extension is associated with a file type. In this case, the file type is Microsoft Word Document. Each application on your computer has a list of file types associated with it, and your Windows Registry has a record of those file types.

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