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  1. 10 Solid Reasons To Make Your Next PC A Notebook By Titus Hoskins
    Notebook computers are becoming very popular. They seem to be popping up everywhere: on tv shows, on airplanes, in movies, or in your friend's lap. These sleek little machines are invading our daily lives like never before... and the invasion has just started. Find out why they have become so popular with their users and why your next PC should probably be a notebook computer.It is estimated that over 42 million computer notebooks will be produced this year. And that number is said to be gr…


  2. Protecting Your Computer From Power Surges, Data Loss, Viruses, And Spyware By Bonnie Archer
    Protecting Against A Power Surge:Your computer is an expensive investment; you should protect it from a power surge. If a sudden rush of electricity hits, a surge protector will blow the fuse or trip the breaker, this is what saves your computer. You should be sure to use a surge protector with a phone jack to keep the phone line from being a way for the electricity to travel to your computer. You should know that a surge protector cannot safeguard you form a direct lightning strike. If you co…


  3. 7 Ways To Save On Your InkJet Printing Costs By Mark Idzik
    Inkjet printers are not only getting better, they're also getting less expensive. Why is that?The inkjet printer manufacturers have built their business around the supplies rather than the printer itself. They make the printers as inexpensive as possible, sometimes selling them at cost, or less and making long term profits from the inkjet cartridges.Manufacturers regularly warn about using generic cartridges, and highly recommend their own. Truth be told, there is very little difference betwee…


  4. Dual Core Computer Processors: Luxury or Necessity? By Peter Stewart
    Most of the talk going on in the computer processor industry is revolving around dual core processors. But what advantages do they actually give and is it worth it in terms of price?All processors have a core. A processor contains some memory, often referred to as cache, either L1, L2 or L3, depending on how close it is to the core, and the core itself, as well as a few other essentials. The core is the "brain" part, it performs all the big calculations that are needed for the various things a…


  5. 7 Steps to Cleaning the Laser Toner From Your Laser Printer By Rafael Nunez
    Cleaning a laser printer, fax, or copier of laser toner can be easy, provided you know what you're doing and use the right tools. This article will share with you some simple tips to help you clean your laser printers of laser toner like a pro.A word to the wise: Before I begin, I'd like to stress that this article is intended only to assist you with basic cleaning of the laser toner from your laser printer. If you're unsure of your ability to perform any sort of printer maintenance, or if per…


  6. Blu-ray: A Primer By Kenny Hemphill
    Blu-ray is an optical disc format which is set to rival HD-DVDin the race to be the de-facto standard storage medium for HDTV. The HD-DVD vs Blu-ray battle resembles that between Betamax and VHS and DVD+RW and DVD-RW.Currently, the major Hollywood film studios are split evenly in their support for Blu- ray and HD-DVD, but most of the electronics industry is currently in the blue corner.The key difference between these new players and recorders and current optical disc technology is that Blu…


  7. 5 Ways To Backup Your Data... By Jason Kohrs
    The data on your hard drive is the most critical item inside your computer, and the only item which can not be replaced. It may be an unwanted hassle and expense to replace a defective memory module, monitor, or processor, but there is no replacing data once lost.In addition to the possibility of a simple hard drive failure, the threat of internet borne worms and viruses has become an increasing risk to data loss or corruption. Although you may not be able to provide absolute protection to y…


  8. Ink Cartridges - A Humble Beginning By Martin Smith
    Computers and their accompanying printers were huge years ago. In the past toner reservoirs and toner cartridges were used instead of ink cartridges like those used now. It was difficult to fill a toner cartridge and it was very messy.Toner cartridges were an improvement. Print wheels and ribbons were used in some printers. Computers are now more compact and the printers do more than just print in some cases. Printer cartridges now have self-contained reservoirs. Refilling some printer cartrid…


  9. Review of Popular Wireless Headphones By Bradley James
    Just about everyone would I agree, I think, that wires on headphones are just about the most annoying wires associated with any electronic device. When you listen to music you don't want to have to stay in anyone one place, and you don't want to have to worry about cords tripping you are pulling your headphones down. The answer to this problem is wireless headphones, many of which allow you to listen to music over 100 feet away. They, like all wireless devices, give you a sense of freedom, an …


  10. Using a Mac Mighty Mouse on a PC By Jeff Heaton
    Have you seen the Might Mouse? No, I do not mean the super hero. I mean the latest innovation by Apple computers-- the Mighty Mouse. The mighty mouse is unlike any mouse you’ve ever seen before.The Mighty Mouse works directly with the latest version of the Macintosh operating system to provide many advanced features. However, using the Mighty Mouse with a Macintosh is not the subject of this article. This article focuses on exactly what you can expect when using the Mighty Mouse with a Wi…


  11. Buying / Selecting Computer Components By Jason Barrett
    This is the step takes the most time and consideration. Which parts do I buy? Which are best?There are many good places to buy computer parts. You can go to a computer retail store in your area. Although they often provide good warranties, you will pay a little more than you would in other places. Sometimes, a lot more.Case - There are two types of cases, Desktop and Tower. Desktop cases are short and fat (Which can fit under your monitor nicely.) And towers are tall and slim which are us…


  12. Super Computer Rocks Record Books By Lance Winslow
    Good news is now here for the ‘War on Hurricanes’ and ‘Fight Against Cancer’ due to the rapid advances in Supercomputer calculation speeds. One Supercomputer named Blue Gene-L has broken the previous record for the amount of calculations it can do in a second. You are probably thinking so what right?Well then check out the speeds; it can do 280.6 teraflops per second or 280,600,000,000 calculations per second; “Ah, hello!” That is intense, of course it beats its own best record of about half t…


  13. Guide to Choose Cheap Computer Monitors By David Au
    Your monitor is the single most expensive component in your pc system. This means that a lot of money can be saved if you make the right decision and choose the right cheap computer monitor. There's a lot more to computer monitors than just the size of the screen. Read on to find out what to look for when choosing cheap computer monitors.The features of a computer monitor: A computer monitor is like a high quality TV set. The difference is that with a computer monitor you sit very close and …


  14. Easy to Execute! By Seamus Dolly
    Plug and play equipment or hardware solves the problem of driver installation, re-starting routines, and generally speaking, “hassle”, for those who are not technically proficient.If your computer supports “Plug and Play”, then, as the name suggests, you simply plug it in and play. For people who are “word perfect”, plug and play might sound somewhat misleading. Peripherals, such as your mouse, keyboard, monitors, scanners, network adaptors, or printers are included in this.This long awaited …


  15. Tips To Select Proper Hard drive By Krishna Pai
    Day by day computers are getting advanced. Capacity and performance are increasing with every passing year. This is true for the primary storage also. Latest Hard disks are getting bigger in capacity and with higher rotational speed can access the data faster. This is good news for computer users.The digital revolution has brought with it the need to store vast amounts of data. The new Hard disks are ready to take the challenge. The good news is, these Hard disks with higher capacity are affor…


  16. Do You Feel Used by Computers? By Lee Walder
    Do You Feel Used by Computers?A look at second-user computer equipment.Let's dispense with the myths first. I'm NOT talking about the sort of second-hand computers you get from some high street junk shops, or the sort you can buy from free ads newspapers. These are the types that get used computers a bad reputation since there are many dodgy deals to be had!I'm talking about a different breed altogether, the sort of used computers you'd be proud to own and feel safe buying because they have pr…


  17. Where Can I Find The Best Case Mods Online and Save Money? By Kevin Taylor
    Are you captivated by the stunning Case Mods you've seen online but shell shocked at some of the prices.What is a case mod, some of you may ask? Have you every wanted to spice up that boring bland box you call your computer?Well you can and there are lots of people online with fantastic clever ideas on themes, gee whiz lights, sounds, and much much more. Here is a list of top places where you can get information, buy stuff, and chat with others about your ideas.If you want great case mod infor…


  18. The Hard Disk By Pawan Bangar
    From throwing our unnecessary files, to defragmenting, from partitions to formats-learn how to keep your hard disk in top shapeThe hard disk is the place where all your programs and data are stored. If the hard disk Stops working you could end up losing all your data. What we’ll do here is take you on. A quick tour of the different things you need to know about it, so you can keep it working smoothly.What is the hard disk?The hard disk is a magnetic mass storage device installed in special bay…


  19. Fiber Optics: The Freakiest Haunted Carnival Fun House EVER Since "Enter The Dragon" By Cameron Postelwait
    Enter the Dragon You stumble through a maze of mirrors, placed methodically so that the camera filming you doesn't film itself... you have hot pink fluids smeared over your arms and torso as an obscure, esoteric reference to human blood... there is a chinese actor chasing you with an over-sized rabbit's foot with marshmallow roasters attached to the fingers as an obscure esoteric reference to a bear-claw-esque weapon (which will henceforth be reverenced in the form of a mouth-watering innamo…


  20. Ink Cartridge Recycling 101 By Niall Roche
    Let’s take a moment to think about the topic of ink cartridge recycling. In our modern world we just keep throwing our trash away without sparing it a second thought. But where does all this left over trash go? It all goes to the local landfill polluting the land and water table. Is there anything we can do towards “saving the planet”? What if you could help save the planet and make some money doing it? It sounds too good to be true doesn’t it? Right now there are companies that will take awa…


  21. Learn About The Three Basic Types Of Computer Mouse By Bonnie Archer
    1) Mechanical: This is a type of computer mouse that has a rubber or metal ball on its underside and it can roll in every direction. Sensors within the mouse, which are mechanical, detect the direction in which the ball is moving and moves the pointer on the screen in the same direction. A mouse pad should be used under the mouse to run on.2) Optomechanical: This type is the same as the mechanical mouse except that it uses optical sensors to the motion of the ball. A mouse pad should be…


  22. Buying a Hard-drive – How Much Space Do You Need By Teve Torbes
    For novice buyers of computers or of a separate hard drive, it’s often hard to tell exactly how big you should go. Many people don’t even have a good idea of what a "gigabyte" is or how much space there files will take up. How exactly do you figure out how much storage space you’ll need?If you already have a computer, this is actually an extremely easy thing to figure out. Right-click on your C: drive under the My Computer option, and select "Properties." This will bring up a little pie chart …


  23. DVD Media By Cn Rambler
    DVD is an optical disc storage media format that can be used for storing data, including movies with high video and sound quality. DVDs resemble compact discs: their physical dimensions are the same—12cm or the mini 8cm—but they are encoded in a different format and at a much higher density. Unlike CDs, all DVDs must contain a file system. This file system is called UDF, and is an extension of the ISO 9660 Standard used for Data-CDs.DVDs are made from a 0.6 mm thick disc of polycarbonate plast…


  24. Cisco Routing: "ip Default-network" Vs. Default Static Routes By Chris Bryant
    One point of confusion for some CCNA and CCNP candidates is the difference between configuring a static default route and using the Cisco routing command ip default-network.At first glance, they appear to do the same thing. Both configure a destination to which packets should be routed if there is no more specific route in the routing table.The major difference between these two options is that configuring a static default route only defines a default route for the router you're configuring it…


  25. Digital Cameras, Media, and Card Readers By Ken Dennis
    With the dropping prices on digital cameras and digital media in the past few years there is really a need for a quick reliable transfer method for your pictures to your personal computer.Using the USB cable directly to your camera works to transfer pictures, but it's a waste of your battery and is often quite slow. Also some cameras don't seem to connect properly without specialized software from their manufacturer.My favorite work around for this problem is purchasing a 7-in-1 card reader, t…






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