Maintain and Upgrade Your PC
Reloading Windows XP
If you have been running Windows XP for a couple of years or more you may find that
it is not running quite as quickly and smoothly as it was when you did your first
install. The purpose of this guide is to give you a checklist to follow so that a
reloading of Windows goes smoothly the first time. More ...
The Truth About Power Supplies
Because your power supply is so important to the life of your system, when it's time
to buy a power supply it is essential that you know the difference between a good
power supply and one that is merely adequate. So, what should you look for in a power supply? More ...
How to Install a New DVD Drive
When you are ready to begin installing your new DVD Drive, ave plenty of room on your
desk or table to work. Allow enough space to move around and to be able to move the
system unit as well. More ...
Satellite Internet Service Basics
Satellite Internet services are used in locations where terrestrial Internet access
is not available and in locations which move frequently. There are three types of
satellite internet service. More ...
How to Backup Windows XP Home Edition
How many hours of work did you put into creating that data? One little event, like
a power line spike from a lightning strike, and all that work could be lost. Unfortunately,
backing up with Windows XP Home Edition is not as simple as it should be. More ...
Vista Product Activation
If Vista Product Activation detects a licensing problem, Vista enters "reduced functionality mode". Reduced functionality mode doesn't affect your data, but it will not let you run many of your applications without first entering the product license key. More ...
What's the Difference Between DDR1 DDR2 and DDR3?
What is the confusion about RAM? Most computer users do some research before upgrading their system so they exactly know about a perfectly matching CPU, motherboard and video card combination that will meet all their needs. But most of them fail when it comes to RAM because they don't know what DDR1, DDR2 or DDR3 is all about. More ...
How to Create an Emergency Repair Disk
If your operating system is Windows XP Professional or Windows 2000, it isn't bootable
with a boot disk. With these operating systems you need an Emergency Repair Disk that
works with the systems built-in repair functions. More ...
Guerrilla Overclocking Primer
How would you like a PC 30 percent or more faster, for FREE, and with very little risk? It's a bit of a no-brainer really isn't it? Overclocking is becoming more popular than ever as a means of getting more out of your PC without having to spend any money. More ...
FREE Ebook - How to Configure and Maintain Your PC
This ebook shows you how to take control of your computer and configure it the way it should be, for optimal performance. Then this ebook show you how to perform critical computer maintenance such as backing up, defragmenting the hard disk, setting up anti-virus, anti-spyware, and firewall protection systems. More ...
Avoid Cancer by Using USB Wired Keyboard and Mouse
Study after study has found that microwave radiation causes cancer. Do you really want to sit in front of,lay your hands on, and wrap your hand around a wireless computer mouse? More ...
Be the Master of Your Printer
Sometimes you need a print immediately, other times you need to continue working with
your application while printing. You can make your printer accommodate your needs by
configuring your printers "Spool Settings" and "Print Queue". More ...