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Posted on Aug 1 2020 - 4:39pm by Rohit Shetty
Comments Off on Console Gaming vs. Computer Gaming

It’s an age-old question that will only get more and more intense in the coming year as the Xbox 360 is in full swing and the PS3 and Revolution release. Which is better? What system is right for me? Well, I would suggest both, but if you have to choose one or the other then you have to consider a few things. Price is definitely a big issue. I mean, when’s...

Posted on Aug 1 2020 - 12:36pm by Rohit Shetty
Comments Off on Computer Viruses and How to Deal With Them

A PC virus is a software application that is able to reflect itself and unfold from one infected PC to another. The inflamed items may be machine, program or record files. After infecting your laptop, it might gradual it down, harm the contents of the infected files, mislay the records or illness your computer systems regular operation. The virus can also use your...

Posted on Aug 1 2020 - 8:29am by Rohit Shetty
Comments Off on Troubleshooting a Broken Computer

When computers fail we are helpless. Sometimes the failure is due to a virus attack. However, other hardware failures could be the source of the problem. With new computers, there are some simple hardware component replacements that fix ailing computers. These are simple replacements that literally anyone can do with a screwdriver and patience. Most often the failed...

Posted on Aug 1 2020 - 4:24am by Rohit Shetty
Comments Off on What Is Computer Speed Memory?

Increase Computer Speed Memory by Increasing the Ram (Memory) Did you know that if you increase the memory on your computer, you can increase the speed? When you try to open a program on your computer, it needs to load itself from the hard drive into the memory. If the memory resources are low because there are too many programs open at the same time, or you have...

Posted on Aug 1 2020 - 12:22am by Rohit Shetty
Comments Off on Cloud Computing – Is It Safe?

There are essentially two kinds of computing environments: On-premises computing is the traditional form of computing in which you or your company own and manage your own systems. All the applications you use, as well as your data files, are on your own computers on your own premises either on individual PCs or on an in-house local area network. In cloud computing,...