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And thanks to the Internet there are thousands of great free programs available for instant download right onto our computers.
But truth be told, much of that “free” software isn’t actually free.
While it’s true that we can download tons of free programs without having to lay out any cash, we often end up paying in other ways. [Read more…]
The native Windows Task Manager has long been the go-to utility when we need to see which programs are running on our PC or kill a “hung” process.
While Microsoft has really expanded the features and power of Task Manager in recent years, it still has some serious limitations.
Luckily, there’s an awesome replacement for the Task Manager that you can download right now… [Read more…]
In my opinion Windows 10 is the best version of Windows ever released by Microsoft.
But that being said, its default privacy settings are extremely invasive.
Luckily, you can change the privacy settings to make Windows 10 just as stingy with your personal info as its predecessors were, but Microsoft has scattered those many settings all around the various nooks and crannies of the Windows user interface.
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Modern personal computers are amazing machines.
They allow us to do things in minutes that once took hours or days as well as many other things that couldn’t be done at all in times past.
But even with all their awesome power and capabilities, computers are no fun to use when they’re running slowly and freezing up at random times.
Today I’m going to discuss a few things you can do to help speed up a sluggish PC and hopefully avoid having to deal with erratic system performance.