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If you don't have enough PC memory, or you're abusing the PC memory you have with unneeded software and functions your computer can slow down. Taking inventory of your memory use could save you the cost of a memory upgrade.
By Gene Rodriguez, III
You plug an external drive into your USB, and poof, nothing happens. USB ports do not always work, so find out the possible reasons.
By Lauren Bove
Who invented the printer? While many companies have developed specific printing technology, they all owe a debt to a New York inventor.
By Cheryl Bowman
Learn how you can produce your own high-quality photo prints while saving money on bulk ink.
By Jamie Douglas
Here are some trouble shooting ideas for a dead computer mouse.
By Conny Manero
If you're building a computer, knowing how to properly apply thermal paste to your CPU can bring processor temperatures down and save you lots of money from risk of overheat.
By Scott Pool
As laser printers become more mainstream for home use, laser printer photo paper is becoming more and more popular. Many home users want to print photos to share and save, and look for color laser printer photo paper for enhanced finishes and vivid colors. However, not all laser printer photo paper is alike: consider your options and shop around.
By Dachary Carey
Curious about how does RAM work? RAM is vitally important in system performance, so learning about it can only help your computer.
By Dachary Carey
Curious about what is a server? Server is a word that gets thrown around a lot, so its exact meaning depends on the context and way in which you're using it.
By Dachary Carey
Want to upgrade RAM memory? If you can follow instructions, you can easily perform this simple upgrade.
By Dachary Carey
Having a laptop screen replaced often costs more than purchasing a new computer. Learn how to replace your own.
By Connie Earl Robertson
Wondering what is a netbook? Laptops and notebooks are handy devices, but compact netbooks bring portability to a whole new level.
By Dachary Carey
Using inkjet refill kits can be a costly mistake. Here's what you should know before you try them.
By Dachary Carey
Tired of looking through dirt? Want to learn how to clean a laptop screen? You can clean it with items found around the home.
By Jaceson Maughan
The steady march of technological advances in high speed computing threatens to leave us behind.
By Jamie Douglas
There's a lot of change in DVD burners technology. A standalone DVD burner is now affordable enough that CD-only burners are an endangered species. At the high end, new DVD technology has brought consumers new types of DVD burners with massive amounts of storage space for high-definition video.
When you have to free up virtual memory, make sure you do it right. These step-by-step instructions make it easy.
By Maeve Rich
Tablet computers seem like cutting-edge technology, but they were actually born in the 1970s.
By Jen Adams
You bought a new computer and you want to move all of your files from your old PC to your new PC. How would you go about doing it? There are software programs that make the task easy.With all these different programs you can transfer your files locally, remote, over a network, and across the Internet.
By Gail Seymour
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