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How to turn off scheduled scan of AVG

AVG’s scheduled scan can be very irritating at times because it starts daily by default without any notification. It makes your system very slow and many people can’t figure out what’s going on. If the scan is uncompleted and you shutdown the computer, it restarts whenever you reboot your system. Here is a simple guide […]

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Changing Laptop Ram

In this article I will guide you how to change the ram of your laptop. This happens mostly when you are trying to upgrade your laptop’s ram. It’s simple and easy. Do it at home and save money that you would spend on labor. The best way to learn such thing is by a video […]

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PSP video Converter

PSP (Play Sation Portable) supports only MP4 or MPEG4 video format. Unfortunately these video formats are rare, most of the videos are in AVI, WMV, DivX, DVD, VCD formats or like. You may need a converter to convert these video formats in those which are supported by PSP, also there are some dedicated software that […]

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If drives don’t open on double click

Sometimes you encounter this problem, mostly due to some virus, that your drive doesn’t open when you double click it. This is a common problem with USB flash Drives. Even when you remove the viruses the problem still remains. The problem occurs when the ‘autorun.inf‘ file gets corrupted! Most of times, only the autorun of […]

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Turn your Linux into multimedia suit

Linux has got different free applications for different users,  as far as 3D modeling, 3D animation, and rendering is concerned linux got an excellent solution named BLENDER.  Blender has a very unusual interface, highly optimized for 3D graphics production. It might be a bit confusing to a new user, but will prove its strength in […]

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$250 PC for Windows 7, and a $25 one for Ubuntu

Earlier I gave a $250 configuration that can really fly Windows 7. But have you wonder why nobody ever ask or bother what hardware do I need to install Linux? People just put the CD and install it. Well you’ll get the answer once you see the hardware requirements that it needs 😀 Now they […]

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Increase you Storage Drives speed with VISTA

Your computer while running most of the common applications usually don’t end up blocking on available processor due to multi -core technology. But that’s not the case when there is some kind of I/O operation involved related to Hard-Drive or USB. If you are using an application that needs to read/write a lot of files, […]

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Is your system ready to run Windows 7?

Microsoft is finalizing Windows 7 development, which is expected to release by the end of this year. The Release Candidate 1 is released recently which can now be download freely. Although the hardware requirements for Windows 7 is released, it’s still difficult for people to compare specs. If you’re running Windows Vista smoothly, you’re probably […]

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Blue Screen of Death and Solution

The BSOD (also known as Blue Screen of Death) is used for the error screen displayed by some operating systems, after encountering a critical system error which can cause the system to shut down to prevent damage. This is a common error that occurs whenever Windows senses a software, hardware, or driver error preventing it […]

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How to increase the lifetime of laptop battery

Many users report to have their laptop’s battery dead after 2 years. This is indeed very usual, but the worst part is that, the replacement batteries come very expensive! So the question is can we increase the lifetime of the battery? I’ll mention some tips that can significantly increase the total battery lifetime.

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