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  • Save on your next computer purchase with these, always updated, Dell Coupons.

  • Offsite Backups Provide Peace Of Mind In todays fast paced data-centric world of personal computers and consumer/business electronics (such as PDAs and digital media players) we have, as a society, developed a reliance on digital data. We have particularly developed a dependence on data stored on various magnetic media such as hard drives, removable disks, and magnetic tape. . .

  • Two Essential Accessories For Notebook Computers
    What do you think would be the most important notebook accessory?

  • How And When To Use System Restore: The most annoying thing is when one day you go to use your computer and nothing seems to work right. Your programs want to freeze, your files are corrupted or maybe the internet does not work. Your calls to the customer support and/or some computer savvy friends still did not solve the problem.

  • Digital Camera Pixels How Many Do I Need?

  • 3 Summer Computer Tips #1-- Summer Computer Travel
    Many computer users have a tendency to turn off their computers when away on trips, makes sence, save electricity and wear and tear on your computer. But it means you're not getting newly-released anti-virus patches or anti-spyware updates; the two most common areas that cause computers problems. We recommend you update anti-virus and anti-spyware scans before opening e-mail or going online after an extended absence.

  • Stock Your Kit with Digital Camera Accessories
    There are a large number of digital camera accessories available in the market today. Even though you might have invested a few hundred dollars in your digital camera (although they are getting cheaper by the day), you should buy yourself a few accessories as well so that you can enhance the photo quality of your pictures and be able to capture anything that comes along in your daily digital life.

  • Troubleshooting Computer Freeze Causes
    How familiar does the following sound? Your computer was working fine, but then suddenly started locking up (aka hanging or freezing), rebooting itself (crashing) or shutting down spontaneously? If you know only too well what I am talking about, then read on! Performing these simple steps can fix the majority of lockup cases.

  • Are You A PC Gamer And Want The Best Out Of Your Graphics Card?
    In this article you will learn how to get the most out of your graphics card by installing new drivers and tweaking Windows. The guide is based around Windows XP Professional Edition but you can use the same guide to tweak other Windows operating systems.

  • Over the past few years, the different options to save and move data have multiplied dramatically. Usually the floppy disk (with it's 1.2 MB limitation), ZIP drives, CD-R's & CD-RW's, and even tape backups are the common ways to move data on non-networked PC's. But the newest and best is the thumb drive for all of your storage needs.

  • Laptop Security: How to Protect Your Laptop When Traveling. Most business people who travel these days have a laptop in tow. Since the workflow does not stop when the need to travel arises, these are necessities that connect them to the rest of the world and allow them to take care of whatever business comes up during the time that they are away.

  • Inkjet printer lingo : Knowing how to speak inkjet will help you choose both the printer and the inkjet ink you need to get the kind of results you want!

  • By maintating your computer with a few clicks once a month you can keep your system from the dreaded computer slow down. Wouldnt it be nice if your computer still ran like it did back when you first got it? Before you go and buy a new computer try this key maintenance step you can use to put life back into the computer you've already got.

  • Definition of a notebook computer A notebook computer is: an extremely lightweight personal computer. Notebook computers typically weigh less than 7 pounds and are small enough to fit easily in a briefcase. Aside from size and portability, the principal difference between a notebook computer and a personal computer is the display screen.

  • Thumb Drive The newest must have thumb drives are a must have computer accessory. Simple to use, small in size, huge data storage!

  • 5 Steps to removing pc clutter. We need to develop a system that helps your PC remain free of clutter and organized. Granted, this task does not come easy at first, but all it takes is a few extra steps each day, done consistently, that will maximize your results in the long run.

  • Ergonomics and healthy computing. There are health hazards to continual computer use. But I did learn a few things important enough to pass along to you today. Here are some things you can do right now to reduce or eliminate stress on our body while operating your computer.

  • Finally... an easy to understand introduction To The personal computer. It is a general-purpose tool, built around a microprocessor. A PC has many different parts such as memories, a hard disk, a modem, etc that work together. A PC is said to be "general purpose" because you can do many different things with it like: type documents, send e-mail, browse the Web and play games.

  • What are the Main Components of Any Computer? Computers are everywhere, and vary in specification, brands, sizes, shapes, and prices. However, there is one common characteristic among all computer systems.

  • Connecting a laptop to multiple networks Having a notebook or laptop provides the freedom to be truly mobile. You can work in many places and situations. But this brings an annoyance: if you move your notebook between various different networks, you always have to change network settings. Recently my employer has issued me a brand new notebook. When I came home at the end of the day, I had to disable DHCP, set up an IP-address and DNS configuration. Next morning I needed to reverse my configuration to work at my office. The real headache began when I went to our customer site...learn how to and never have this headace again!

  • Im eighty-one years old and I bought my first computer six years ago. When I bought it I hardly knew how to turn it on. I consider myself still a Newbie as I have barely scratched the surface of computer technology. I have succesfully built about a dozen computers for family friends and myself. I even sold a couple of them. If I can do it, you too can build your own computer

  • Does your mouse work erratically, skip and jump across the screen, or freeze up? Most problems with the mouse are caused by dirt or miscalibration. Learn how to tame your mouse with this article.

  • With the ever-increasing popularity of the iPod and all its various forms, it follows that more and more accessories will become both important and appealing to iPod owners. Here are three new iPod accessories that owners may want to consider purchasing.

  • iPod Radio Is Very Cool! Apple recently announced the release of the iPod Radio Remote. This little accessory combines a wired remote control with a FM radio receiver. It works with the iPod nano and the most recent generation (fifth) of iPods.

  • Save Hundreds When Buying A Dell Computer Are you looking to buy a new Dell Computer? If so here are some tips you should know about first; it will be worth at least a few hundred dollars to you!

 

 


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