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Software, storage and speed are all considerations if you want to copy your hard drive.
By Dachary Carey
Reselling laptops is a way for anyone willing to invest the time, money and energy to make quick and easy money. Because even during the recession reasonably priced laptops are still in high demand.
By EdgarAllen
You've purchased a new car, a computer, a washing machine or a fancy new electronic gizmo, complete with a standard one-year manufacturer's warranty. Just before you plunk down your cash, you have one last decision to make - whether or not to pay extra for an extended warranty.
What is a CRT monitor? Cathode ray tube technology used to be the standard for televisions and displays, and some users still prefer them to LCD monitors.
By Dachary Carey
Curious how to make your computer look like a Mac? With a few tweaks, you can get Mac style and functionality, even on your Windows desktop.
By Dachary Carey
Do you frequently use software that contains high quality graphics? It is important to understand how multisample antialiasing (MSAA) works.
By Rose Clearfield
How does a modem work? A modem, or "modulator/demodulator," allows your computer to send digital information over a phone line, and modern modems can now send the same information over cable lines.
By Gabriel Miller
Installing DVD burners isn't rocket science; if you're comfortable poking around inside your computer, you can probably do it. If you're not comfortable inside your computer, grab an external computer DVD burner instead. With an external, all you need to do is plug it in to a USB port and maybe run some software.
By Dachary Carey
The best photo printer isn't necessarily the fastest or most expensive. What's best for you depends on your needs and budget. Let us help you narrow down what you need so you can find the perfect photo printer.
By Dachary Carey
How do touchpads work to control your laptop? All touchpads use one of two electrical principles to display movement.
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Find out how a virtual hard drive can make your PC faster, easier to use and more flexible.
By Dachary Carey
Learning how a PC works is a rewarding process. If you understand your PC, you can easily troubleshoot issues and evaluate potential upgrades when the time comes.
By Dachary Carey
An external hard drive seems like a simple piece of technology; plug it in, add some files and off you go. However, you can do a lot with an external hard drive, so you should learn about the technology to ensure you're getting the most from your investment.
By Dachary Carey
Who invented the PC? Actually, several people and companies had a hand in the creation of this incredible device.
By Jennifer Maughan
Freezing up is a common problem for computer users. Usually the computer does not have enough memory to run the loaded programs at the same time.
By Connie Earl Robertson
Wondering, how does a memory stick work? You don't need to write files onto a big clunky disc to use them, but can instead copy them to your memory stick and take them anywhere. Still not sold on the benefits of using a memory stick? 
By Dachary Carey
A Bluetooth printer adapter sets up quickly and makes it easier to travel with your printer.
By Jaceson Maughan
LCD monitor troubleshooting isn't only for the professionals; it's something you can do yourself at home, if you've got the patience. Here are a few troubleshooting tips to help you get started.
By Dachary Carey
Inkjet and laser printers both have advantages and disadvantages and each works well for different situations. Whether an inkjet or laser printer is the right choice for you will depend a lot on how you plan to use it and what your specific printing needs are.
By Grace Alexander
A slowpoke computer can feel like a curse. Trying to get things done with inadequate RAM is quite frustrating and time consuming.
By Lauren Bove
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