5 Computer Issues That Require Tech Support

January 5, 2022
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While computers tend to last a long time, they’re still vulnerable to wear and tear after years of heavy usage. A wide range of problems might pop up on an old PC even if it’s taken care of properly. When they do, basic user fixes for maintaining your computer are no longer effective at restoring […]

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What is the Best Laptop for Computer Science Students?

December 31, 2021
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A good laptop is a must item to help you manage codes and programs that you encounter in your study. With many choices on the market, selecting the best laptop can prove a daunting task. This guide will highlight various models and the important specs that ensure a smooth coding experience. You may also consider […]

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The Computer Repair Technician’s Toolkit

October 26, 2020
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I still remember the first call-out I ever had as a computer repair technician. I was subcontracting for a larger computer repair company and the job was to look at a failed hard drive in an industrial desktop computer following a storm the night before. I remember well the first words of the owner of […]

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Best Fixes to External Hard Drive Not Showing up Issue

May 31, 2020
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When you’re trying connecting an external hard drive to your Windows, it is possible to get the bad news that the drive will not be recognized or seen on computer. This is not a rare case because many people are complaining this problem on forums. It has ever happened to us and will happen to […]

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Universities Need to Improve Hygiene in Computer Labs

February 12, 2020
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Universities often pride themselves on having a student body made up of some of the most intellectually capable people in the world. However, despite that, they tend to step in and do quite a bit of handholding for their supposedly adult student body. If you look at a university’s student handbook you might instructions on […]

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Need to Upgrade Your Computer but Don’t Have Cash or Good Credit? Here’s What to Do

February 5, 2020
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Do you have a home desktop computer or laptop that has seen better days? Does it seem to struggle to perform even the simplest and most basic of tasks? Has its speed drastically reduced despite the fact that you don’t have a lot stored on it? Is it approaching the five-year mark, or older? If […]

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Tips for Buying Refurbished Computers

April 25, 2019

Sometimes, purchasing a computer can be expensive and set one back quite a few bucks. If buying a computer brand new does not fit in your budget, a refurbished computer might be an option that is on the table for you. Not only can it accommodate any budget, but the price can be cut down […]

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The Benefits Of Rugged Computers For The Military

January 25, 2019

In the military, the conditions are constantly changing and the tech that is used needs to be able to keep up with this. This is why the military often uses rugged network computers to manage any information that they need and make sure that everything goes smoothly. Here, we have put together some of the […]

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A Brief Overview on How to Record Your Computer Screen

November 27, 2018

Are you an avid gamer? Well, then, you must be looking forward to sharing your gaming triumphs with the world. That’s great! So, why don’t you record your gaming sessions and then upload them on YouTube or social media sites? Are you confused on how to record your computer screen to capture your gaming shenanigans? […]

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Here is how to choose the right single board computer

April 23, 2018

What is a Single Board Computer? If you are a techie, then you must have come across the term ‘single board computers’ as it gaining rapid popularity among consumers and developers alike. But what makes a single board computer so different from a regular desktop computer or laptop? As the name suggests, a single board […]

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How to Easily Optimize your Computer Performance

September 21, 2017

How many times have you sat in front of your computer, wishing that it would load web pages faster? Or wondered exactly why it takes so long to boot up when you turn on the power? There could be several reasons why your home or work computer is running more slowly than you would like […]

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Looking for Reliable Business Computer Repair? Here’s Why You Should Go for Managed IT Support

July 3, 2017

Modern business has gone fully digital. With advanced computer technologies, most companies are now leveraging IT systems to help streamline their operations. These systems help optimize operations for more productivity, less wastage and better utilization of human resources. If you are looking to cut costs in your operations, using an IT system helps you achieve […]

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Is It Your Hard Drive Slowing Down The Computer Or Something Else? 

June 7, 2013

It is a common scenario that every person owing a computer experiences at one point of time- complaining about the sluggish performance of the computer. The computer has got a lot of stuff like pictures, movies, music, eBooks, apps, software programs etc. It also slows down because the computer is busy picking spyware, Internet browser […]

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Why Ultrabooks will be Ultra for Gaming

August 3, 2012

When buying a new computer, whether it’s a desktop PC, laptop, ultrabook or tablet, you have your standard requirements – a vibrant display, great memory, excellent speed and unrivalled quality. That’s all fine when you want a computer to carry out your day-to-day tasks, but what happens when you want to use your computer for […]

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Two Hidden Dangers of Using Computers All Day Long and How to Solve Them

July 23, 2012

In this day and age of technological advancements, most of us typically have a computer or laptop at home.  While most people use them mainly for browsing the web, communicating with their loved ones, shopping online, or playing games, there are those who primarily use them for work. For those who work on their computer […]

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High Tech Security for Everyone

July 9, 2012

In this cyber overloaded world, we sure love our technical devices. But in the expanding mobile universe, there are others lurking around that love our devices too – in fact they love them so much that they would love to snatch them away from us. Regardless if it’s a device or even your identity, we […]

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Microsoft: “Brand name” computers more reliable than no-name

June 29, 2012

Microsoft has analyzed error messages and reports from around 1 million consumer computers and used the data to compile a huge report. It is believed that this is the biggest survey of its kind. Their research shows that computers built by reputable manufacturers, also known as “brand name” computers, are more reliable than no-name computers […]

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How to Keep Your Favorite Computer Always Clean and Running Well

May 28, 2012

Are you one of those who cannot seem to live a day without their precious computer?  If so, you’d better make it an effort to properly maintain your unit in top working condition.  If you do not take care of your computer properly, there are many unfortunate things that might happen to your computer such […]

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Is Your Computer Slowing Down?

April 16, 2012

With day-to-day use, your desktop computer suffers though normal wear and tear that may eventually hinder it from functioning properly. Not to worry – most causes of performance problems can be avoided. Take note of the following 5 things that slow your PC down. An overfilled hard drive Generally, the more full the hard drive […]

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Laptop or Desktop – Which one is the Best and Why Should Choose It

March 13, 2012

Over the years, the decision many people have been faced with is to make a choice between a desktop computer and a laptop computer. Many who are not ready to spend much would decide to go for a desktop computer. But on the long run they’ll have to settle for less, considering the fact that […]

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7 Tips for Updating Your Office’s Computer Hardware

April 7, 2011

Part of staying successful in a very competitive business environment is making sure you are up to date in terms of technology. To maintain this competitiveness, one thing that most businesses will undertake at some point is performing upgrades to the hardware of office computers. Here are seven tips you should consider when you perform […]

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How to make the most of your desktop computer

March 28, 2011

These days having a personal computer at home isn’t unusual, but when it comes to managing our desktop PCs are we really making the most of them. With so many options and uses for our desktop computers there really is no excuse just to use your PC for work only. For one thing, desktop computers […]

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5 Tips For Making Your Computer Start Up Faster

September 16, 2010

When it comes to owning a computer, the odds of something acting up down the line is highly possible. Perhaps a video will not play properly, or maybe the screen frequently freezes. Yet another issue is a computer that does not boot up as fast as the owner would like. Thankfully, there are things that […]

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Cardboard Computer Goes Into Production

January 20, 2010

Recompute has created a computer where the casing is made out of cardboard. The company announced on their Twitter recently that the cardboard computer can be ordered already now, even though expected delivery and price is not yet official. Apparently, by making the computer casing out of cardboard, they reduce the amount of material not […]

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