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Maintain and Upgrade Your PC

Give New Life to Your PC Without Upgrading
How about making your PC faster without upgrading it? We've brought you a list of easy-to-perform tips that not only give new life to your PC and save you from spending a great deal of money and time. More ...

How to Backup Your Hard Drive
We all know that we should back up our system as soon as possible. But if you're like most of us, you will get to it tomorrow. Taking the time to backup your data or entire hard drive is not as painstaking as it may seem. More ...

Installing A Power Supply
When you've upgraded your PC system by adding on a number of new peripherals it might be time to upgrade your power supply as well. Please note that many popular PC systems use power supplies made especially for those systems and cannot be replaced. Read your instruction manuals to make sure your PC's power supply can be upgraded. More ...

How to Upgrade Your PC's Graphics Card
Almost every motherboard has integrated video circuitry, but it's usually not sufficient for today's power 3D game enthusiast. They always replace the on-board video circuitry with the latest high-performance video graphics card. Here's how to upgrade your PC's graphics card. More ...

Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) - Backbone of Your Small Business
An Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) is normally bought as an afterthought, if any money is left after buying the PCs. But a UPS not only keeps work going in case of a power cut, but also protects machines as an advanced surge protector and a device that provides clean power supply essential for a PC. 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 ...

How To Refill Your Ink Cartridge
The following is included in a typical ink refill kit: ink bottles, syringes and detailed instructions. Some kits include an air balance clip for balancing the air inside the cartridge to ensure proper ink flow. More ...

Windows 7 Action Center Lets You Control Alerts
Annoyed by Window's constantly nagging pop-up messages? Windows 7 Action Center lets you decide which Windows 7 alerts you see and which you don't. Action Center monitors many system security and system maintenance features of your computer and if the status of a monitored item changes it notifies you with a message in the notification area on the taskbar. More ...

DIY Disk Cleanup Program No Tech Need, No Tool Need
Not only have these junk files wasted the valuable disk space, but also made the system as slow as a snail. Let us learn how to clean the systematic junk out! Just two simple steps to DIY your own Disk Cleanup program. More ...

Recognize And Understand Home Networking Components
If your computers are in the same room, the Wireless network should not be considered. Computer that may be close to each other but cannot be seen may and have phone jacks close by can easily be networked with the HomePNA Network. While PCs that are far from each other can be connected with the powerline network, assuming wall outlets are nearby. More ...

Partitioning Your Hard Disk
There are several reasons why you might want to divide your hard disk into partitions. For example, you might want to keep your operating system and your data on two different partitions. That way you can re-install the operating system (or a different operating system) without losing your data. 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 ...


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