HP ENVY Ultrabook 6t-1000

16th May 2012 (notebookreview.com)



The Ultrabook™ that’s up for anything. Thin and light, the HP ENVY is the only large screen Ultrabook™ with Beats Audio™. With up to 9 hours of battery life[1] and a soft-touch base that makes it easy to grab and go. HP ENVY. Up for anything.

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Samsung Series 9 NP900X3B

19th April 2012 (notebookreview.com)



The Samsung Series 9 NP900X3B is Samsung's top of the range offering in the 13-inch ultrabook category and is an updated version of the NP900X3A which was released in early 2011.

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HP Omni27 27-inch

28th March 2012 (digitaltechnews.com)



HP is set to present its first 27-inch all-in-one PC, the new Omni27 at the 2012 CES next week. It hits stores on January 8th in the U.S. starting at $1,199.99.

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Sony VAIO JS Series

8th March 2012 (slashgear.com)



If you’re in the market for a new desktop PC, this latest offering from Sony VAIO might be right up your alley. In fact, the all-in-one computer packs in the features for a pretty reasonable price tag.

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The Best Tuneup Utilities

20th February 2012 (pcmag.com)



A new PC has snappy out of the box performance that lets you launch programs, process data, and surf the Web with ease.

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Asus Zenbook UX31-RSL8

20th February 2012 (pcmag.com)



Ultra Low-Voltage Core i5 processor is efficient. USB 3.0. Bright, high-resolution display. Superb Bang & Olufsen sound. Slim and sturdy monoshell construction.

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Hp TouchPad Wifi Tablet

20th January 2012 (computer.com)



Something special, by now at the end of the year there are many promotion in price discount and gifts come with the item.

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Lenovo ThinkPad W701

14th December 2011 (theallineed.com)



Remember two days back I'd told you about upcoming Lenovo ThinkPad mobile workstations? Well, it turns out that Lenovo is planning to update its ThinkPad W700 series with two more machines.

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Apple 27" iMac Quad-Core



Quad-Core Intel Core i5 2.7GHz, 4GB (2x2GB) DD3 SDRAM, 1TB SATA HDD, 27" LED-backlit display, AMD Radeon HD 6770M, SuperDrive, Gigabit Ethernet, Airport Extreme 802.11n Wi-Fi, SDXC card slot, Apple Wireless Keyboard and Magic Mouse

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ASUS N82JQ-B1




ASUS N82JQ-B1 Intel Quad Core i7-740QM (1.73GHz) Processor, 14" HD (1366x768) LED Display, 4GB DDR3 1066MHz Memory, 500GB 7200RPM Hard Drive, DVD Super Multi Drive

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Microsoft Streets & Trips 2010

22nd December 2010 (buzzillions.com)



Drive across town or across the country with Streets & Trips 2010. This travel and map software serves as a companion to your GPS device and helps you reach your destination more easily.

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WinZip® Courier™




This easy-to-use tool integrates with your email application to automatically zip and protect outgoing email attachments.

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Adobe Creative Suite 5

13th July 2010 (adobe.com)



Adobe® Creative Suite® 5 Design Standard software is indispensible for print design and production. Create distinctive designs for magazines, books, newspapers, packaging, marketing collateral, and more.

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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3




Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® 3 software helps you bring out the best in your photographs, whether you're perfecting one image, searching for ten, processing hundreds, or organizing thousands.

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Onkyo DE411

13th April 2010 (theallineed.com)



Apple Inc., a leading American multinational corporation which designs and manufacturers electronic products and computer software, recently launched the iPad tablet computer.

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CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite X5




With increased speed, more accurate color control, enhanced illustration tools and new Web capabilities, this is the upgrade you've been waiting for! Speed up your workflow with a new, built-in content organizer.

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Network Magic




Whether for home or your small business, Network Magic offers a host of solutions to address your networking needs.

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Apple iPad Tablet Computer Launched

1st February 2010 (buzzle.com)



Apple Inc., a leading American multinational corporation which designs and manufacturers electronic products and computer software, recently launched the iPad tablet computer.

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Panda Global Protection 2010




Panda Global Protection 2010 is the most complete product, with everything you need to protect your computer and information. It protects you from viruses, spyware, rootkits, hackers, online fraud, identity theft and all other Internet threats.

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Embarrassing security leaks prompt bill to clamp down on government P2P use

20th November 2009 (scientificamerican.com)



Peer-to-peer (P2P) networking has emerged as a vastly popular way for computer users to democratize the transfer of information, allowing faster and easier sharing of images, documents and other files without the need for a centralized server. Unfortunately, and ironically, P2P is a little too democratic for the U.S. government, which has been victimized several times by the public disclosure of sensitive documents via file-sharing networks.

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Why AVG Anti-Virus & Anti-Spyware?




Antivirus and antispyware protection for Windows from the world's most trusted security company. Use the Internet with confidence in your home or small office.

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Lenovo IdeaCentre A600

9th September 2009 (consumerreports.org)



An all-in-one Windows desktop computer with a Core 2 Duo T6400 processor, 4GB of memory, a 1024GB hard disk, 512MB ATI Radeon HD 3650 graphics, a DVD burner, and 2-pc. speakers.

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10 Types of Computers

7 August 2009 (howstuffworks.com)



There are a lot of terms used to describe

computers

. Most of these words imply the size, expected use or capability of the

computer

. While the term computer can apply to virtually any device that has a microprocessor in it, most people think of a

computer

as a device that receives input from the user through a mouse or keyboard, processes it in some fashion and displays the result on a screen.

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Microsoft's Linux contribution: Thank Novell?

22 July 2009 (cnet.com)



Microsoft's move to offer several Linux drivers owes a lot to a key programmer at Novell.
Linux veteran--and Novell fellow--Greg Kroah-Hartman suggested to Microsoft about four months ago that the company release the three drivers to be part of Linux under the GNU General Public License (GPL) terms that govern Linux code. Kroah-Hartman, who helps oversee the inclusion of drivers into Linux, said he worked within his company to find the right contacts at Microsoft.

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Wood computer workstation takes up space, looks great, does little else

15 July 2009 (mocoloco.com)



A

computer

embedded in a traditional wooden desk, a wooden keyboard laser cut into and out of the surface of the desk with a screen to match. Marlies explains; "Personally, I am fascinated by how the world is changing into a digital world. To me it seems that; the digital world is personal but not private at all. For example, when I Google to find information about a friend, I will most likely find information about his life, his pets, his company and maybe a review on a digital camera that he has recently written.

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The Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC) is here!

1 July 2009 (slashgear)

As we previously announced, today the Windows 7 RC is now available for anyone interested in giving it a spin! Typically, a release candidate is the last development milestone before release to manufacturing (RTM), signifying that engineering and development have made significant advancements and that the code is entering the final phases of testing. Essentially, the Windows 7 RC is the result of a lot of the great feedback we received during the Windows 7 Beta. That’s why I’m so excited to use it and excited for YOU to use it!

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DriveScrubber




74% of discarded PC hard drives contain private data that can be easily read and recovered... even if the drive has been reformatted

Deleting files doesn’t work.
When you delete data or format a drive you assume the files, pictures, email or documents no longer exist on your computer. But your private data still exists, and it only takes basic knowledge of PCs to find it.

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Abit DigiDice: Therapy For Your PC,

18 June 2009 (tomshardware.co.uk)


Believe it or not: Perfumed oil, poured into a little dish, can be mounted on the back side of the CPU heat sink. In conclusion, Abit's barebones has the loudest noise level of all the candidates. In spite of its innovative concept, this system still needs a bit of fine-tuning.

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IBM and the Philipines Battle in Court

11 June 2009 (tomshardware.co.uk)



IBM has filed suit against a Philippine government agency, accusing it of making libelous comments about the company. According to the Associated Press, the whole thing was kicked off when the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) filed a civil suit against IBM last week. GSIS was demanding over 100 million pesos in damages and legal fees in relation to alleged faulty software.

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Army marching toward Windows Vista

22 May 2009 (cnet.com)



With all the buzz around Windows 7, it may sound strange to be reading about enterprises moving toward Vista. But in some cases, that’s where things are at.

The U.S. Army, for example, plans to move by year’s end from

Windows XP

to

Windows Vista

, as well as from Office 2003 to Office 2007.

The Army has already moved 44,000 of its 744,000 desktops to Vista and is making the move to bolster security, according to an Army News Service article.

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EU slaps a record fine on Intel

14 May 2009 (news.bbc.co.uk)

Computer

chipmaker Intel has been fined a record 1.06bn euros ($1.45bn; £948m) by the European Commission for anti-competitive practices. It dwarfs the 497m euro fine levied on Microsoft in 2004 for abusing its dominant market position. The Commission found that between 2002 and 2007, Intel had paid manufacturers and a retailer to favour its chips over those of Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). Intel has announced that it will appeal against the verdict. Intel's senior vice president Bruce Sewell told BBC Five Live that Intel contested the findings and was seeking a chance to "clear our name and exonerate the company." He denied "categorically" that it had paid manufacturers to favour its products over those of rivals. "We would never pay for any kind of obligation," Mr Sewell said. "We provide incentives to customers to buy our products." He added that there had been no harm to customers and that prices in the microprocessor market had fallen sharply in recent years. The fine was welcomed by AMD, which had lodged complaints in 2000, 2003 and 2006.

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FriendFeed Adds Simple Logins for Twitter Users

8 May 2009 (webmonkey.com)



If you’re a Twitter devotee who’s curious about trying FriendFeed, the service just made it easier than ever to jump in and test its waters. FriendFeed has rolled out a new OAuth-based sign-up system that lets you join almost instantly using your Twitter login.

Go to FriendFeed.com and click on the Twitter icon under the “Create your account” option. If you’re already logged in to Twitter, FriendFeed will set up an account for you, pull in your Twitter avatar and your profile info and — most importantly — automatically connect you to all of your Twitter friends who are using FriendFeed. If you’re not logged in, there’s a simple authorization form that logs you in to Twitter, then kicks you back to FriendFeed where all the aforementioned internet magic happens.

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Google’s Strength May Be Part of Microsoft Defense Strategy

8 May 2009 (nytimes.com)

BERLIN — Microsoft will argue against a European Commission proposal that it promote competing browsers in its

Windows operating system

on the ground that such a move would strengthen its rival Google’s dominance in the global search-advertising market, according to a person with direct knowledge of Microsoft’s legal defense.

The company will make the argument at a June hearing in Brussels as part of an antitrust inquiry about the packaging of its Internet Explorer browser with Windows, which powers more than 90 percent of the world’s personal computers.

The person with knowledge of Microsoft’s legal strategy, who declined to be named because he was not authorized to speak publicly about the case, said that Microsoft would outline what it saw as the damaging effects to the search-advertising industry of incorporating competing browsers — like Firefox from Mozilla or Chrome from Google — into Windows.

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Why Facebook Shut Down the Only Useful App it Ever Had

8 May 2009 (webmonkey.com)

Facebook has shut down the single most useful application ever to grace its tightly restricted platform. The Newsfeed RSS app was built using the recently unveiled Open Stream API, a set of tools developers can use to build apps that let users read, interact with and write to their Facebook stream.

Newsfeed RSS took advantage of the newly “open” stream to deliver virtually all your Facebook activity as a stand-alone RSS feed. Instead of just status updates, Newsfeed RSS offered, well, your whole activity stream as well as anything your friends posted. In short, it made Facebook work like the rest of the web by offering a real feed.

Unfortunately, that goes against the basic closed-world mentality of Facebook. According to the restrictions in the new Open Stream API, applications can not cache or otherwise store data. What this means is, according to Facebook, the simple act of keeping track of your friends through RSS is a violation of their privacy.

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IBM computer aims to beat Jeopardy! quiz

28th April 2009 (newscientist.com)

For more than a decade, chess-playing

computers

have been beating the world's grandmasters, while in recent years, the strategy game "go" has been a favourite for AI researchers. But IBM hopes its latest computer, dubbed Watson, will succeed in a different gaming setting – US television quiz show Jeopardy!.

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Google, Universal to Launch Music Hub 'Vevo'

10 April 2009 (wired.com)

Vevo will launch later this year, a collaboration between Universal Music Group and Google the partners expect to be the leading music video service in the world from day one. Google confirmed to Wired.com Thursday that all of Universal Music Group's video assets (music videos, interviews, concert footage and possibly Kyte-style backstage video) will live on Vevo, and that YouTube — and eventually, AOL, MTV and Yahoo — will embed Universal's videos from Vevo rather than licensing the content directly from the labels. Although terms of the deal were not disclosed, Google's licensing worries with Universal are over. The label will be satisfied with its share of revenue from Vevo, YouTube and wherever else these videos end up — plus the control it will have over the Vevo service. In the end, this is another in a string of deals in which major labels have sued a social media network, settled, licensed, then gained equity in the service (imeem, MySpace and now YouTube).

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Hackers reportedly have embedded code in power grid

10 April 2009 (cnn.com)



Computer hackers have embedded software in the United States' electricity grid and other infrastructure that could potentially disrupt service or damage equipment, two former federal officials told CNN. The code in the power grid was discovered in 2006 or 2007, according to one of the officials, who called it "the 21st century version of Cold War spying." Department of Homeland Security Director Janet Napolitano would not confirm such a breach, but said Wednesday that there has been no known damage caused by one.

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Brando delivers gaggle of wacky USB hubs

10 April 2009 (engadget.com)



Oh Brando, will your wonders ever cease? The company famous for making our days with random, wacky, off-the-wall gizmos has just unloaded a small cadre of new USB hubs, all of which are delightfully eccentric and totally destined for neglected desks the world over.

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Three Reasons Linux Will Win in the Future

9 April 2009 (webmonkey.com)



SAN FRANCISCO, California — Linux is the fastest-growing platform in every aspect of computing. If you think about it, you’ll realize just about every person in the modern world uses Linux multiple times every day. Whenever you program a DVR, visit an ATM, run a Google search, use an in-dash GPS or read an e-book on your Kindle, you’re using some flavor of kernel-based software. As we add more devices into the mix, the list keeps growing.

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iTunes Store now infected with variable pricing, Amazon still $0.99

8 April 2009 (engadget.com)



As promised, variable pricing has now been implemented at the iTunes music store. Already, we're seeing most of the top 10 singles and 33 of the top 100 hitting the top price-point of $1.29 (encoded as DRM-free 256kbps AAC). Interesting as Amazon's uncomfortably similar top 10 list has all these tracks priced at $0.99 (encoded as DRM-free 256kbps VBR MP3). A handful of tracks (nine in the top 100) do hit the higher $1.29 price further down Amazon's list. Now, if you believe Steve (someone who originally postured against this price structure), then it appears that the music labels are charging Apple more for the rights to sell its music than Amazon based on this quote attributed to Jobs in the Apple press release from January:

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Angry British villagers block Google Street View car, incident captured on CCTV

3 April 2009 (bbc.co.uk)



Look we understand demands for privacy. We just find it ironic that citizens of Broughton (pronunciation: bak-wərd), a small village in a nation where CCTV cameras look, evaluate behavior, and sometimes speak at virtually every intersection, would block a Google Street View car on grounds of invasion of privacy. Seems to us that they've given up on that right a long, long time ago. Though the police were called, the villagers eventually let Google's contractor pass peacefuly -- presumably after assurances were given that cameras can not, in fact, steal your soul.

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Twitter Search Engine Aims to Reel You in to Your Own Page

3 April 2009 (wired.com)



Twitter has a big step closer to incorporating real-time search on individual user pages, a bid to keep and hold eyeballs on member sites already serving up a limited variety of ads. While not specifically touted as part of a business plan this is a design challenge aimed at making your Twitter home sticky — for you. User pages are dull and can't be easily customized, and there are no shortage of ways to be on Twitter and avoid your own Twitter page. So, well-implemented search is a clever way of bringing users home as Twitter experiments with ads by placing a small unit right below your profile and stats.

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Stylish, Touchscreen 'Kitchen PCs' Set to Grab Consumers

1 April 2009 (wired.com)



Forget leaving notes on the fridge or carrying a

laptop

to the kitchen as you attempt to make scallops for dinner. PC makers are betting that consumers will spring for a sleek, new touchscreen

desktop

instead — a machine perfect for web surfing, leaving notes and checking internet videos. Four major PC makers including Dell, HP, Asus and now MSI have launched 'kitchen PCs' — inexpensive all-in-one systems with touchscreens instead of keyboards. MSI Wind, a Taiwanese manufacturer better known for its netbooks, became the latest entrant to a new category with its 19-inch touchscreen PC on Tuesday called the Wind Top AE 1900. Pricing and availability weren't disclosed.

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Should you donate or recycle that old PC?

31 march 2009 (cnet.com)

Not every

computer

user turns his or her attic into a graveyard for outdated, useless PCs the way I do, as I described in a post last week on the safe and sane way to dispose of an old hard drive. But before you don the goggles and break out the power tools, consider whether there isn't some mileage left in the drive, as well as in the PC you removed it from. It has never been easier to find a nonprofit willing to sanitize and refurbish old

computers

. However, if the system has indeed chomped its last bit, there are plenty of organizations that will ensure that it's disposed of responsibly, including the device's original vendor, in many cases.

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Microsoft closing the book on Encarta

31 march 2009 (cnet.com)

Microsoft has quietly confirmed that it is getting out of the encyclopedia business, ending its long-standing Encarta product. As noted by Ars Technica, the software maker says it will discontinue all its online Encarta products by October, with the exception of Encarta Japan, which will run through the end of the year. It will also stop selling Microsoft Student and Encarta Premium, paid software products that included the online encyclopedia. In a posting on its Web site, Microsoft said that the move reflected the change in the way people use reference material. It didn't mention Wikipedia by name, but I think we all know the biggest change to encyclopedias to come around in recent memory.

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Ancient Instrument Revived by Computing

20 march 2009 (discovery.com)



Powerful grid computing has revived a stringed musical instrument that was last played in ancient Greece, Italian researchers announced at a recent conference in Catania, Sicily. Called an epigonion after the 6th century B.C. musician Epigonus of Ambracia, the instrument was somewhat similar to a modern harp. No complete example of an epigonion has survived, yet it is known the instrument had 40 strings of varying lengths and a soundboard, like a guitar. Its strings were plucked with fingers Using data from various sources, including images in artwork, fragments from excavations and written descriptions, researchers of the Ancient Instruments Sound/Timbre Reconstruction Application, or ASTRA, project succeeded in developing a 3D mechanical computer model of the instrument.

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ASUS N82JQ-B1

I am totally happy with my purchase. The 14'' is a perfect size for carrying around. Battery life isn't the best and it get a little hot, but totally understandable for the i7 processor.
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By Ballen, 09 Mar 11

Microsoft Streets & Trips 2010

I like the progress feature. For me it is a very quick scale ref. to the next turn and can be seen at a quick glance. I need glasses to really read any font size, however, the bar gauge is easy to figure where you are in ref. to time, distance and speed IMHO.
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By Mark, 29 Dec 10

Adobe Creative Suite 5

Honestly, apart from a few flashy features which seem like must-haves when you watch the sales videos, there's very little to CS5 apart from the odd feature here and there. Adobe never fix any of their bugs, they just ship more products with new numbers on them that crash just as often. Avoid.
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By Christopher, 03 Nov 10

How To Remove Security Tool?

Security Tool is definitely a rogue anti-spyware tool that usually performs fake system scan and displays various false infections. Security Tool may access the system without user’s knowledge and permission, and is usually installed via Trojan viruses. Security Tool program is not going to clean your computer from spyware as it claims but might actually expose you to more security threats.

Once installed and running, Security Tool will scan your computer, display a variety of infections, and constantly barrage you with nag screens and fake security warnings about problems on your computer. This fake program may display warning to you that your computer has no protection and recommends that you purchase Security Tool. All the despicable actions of Security Tool are in the attempts to promote users to purchase its useless full version.
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By John, 24 Feb 10

How to Connect to Another Computer Using Remote Access Software

It is very easy to connect two computers over the internet. One computer can take control and fix problems on the other computer. Following these steps to use the Help and support software that is built in to Windows.

1. Sign in to Windows Live Messenger and have your friend do the same thing.
2. Go to the start menu and choose Help and Support (shown below) Just the computer user that wants to invite does this.
3. The Help and Support Center will appear.
4. Click on Invite a Friend to connect to your computer with Remote Assistance. Located under the Ask For Assistance menu.
5. Then press Invite someone to help you. The window below will appear.
6. Choose your friends name from the Windows Messenger contact list.
7. Click on Invite this person.
8. This will allow your friend to see your desktop. If they want to control your they must press the Take control button and the other person must agree by pressing ok..
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By Harry, 24 Feb 10

How to fix computer

The common problems faced with the computer hardware includes the hard drive failure, power supply failure, motherboard failure, CPU failure, video card failure, USB device failure, and many others. The common problem with software includes - programs refuses to install, program doesn't load or takes more time to load, software functioning improperly, operating system failure, incompatible device drivers, and other related issues.

There can be a wide range of problems which might occur in your PC due to several unseen and even unknown issues like your computer does not turn on, you see a disk error message when you log on to your system and many others. If you are a Windows user then you can find the help for most of the common hardware and software related errors on your computer itself. Microsoft Windows offers a help section mentioning solution to some of the most common hardware and software related issues.
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By Michael, 02 Feb 10

3D computer graphics

3D computer graphics (in contrast to 2D computer graphics) are graphics that utilize a three-dimensional representation of geometric data that is stored in the computer for the purposes of performing calculations and rendering 2D images.

Despite these differences, 3D computer graphics rely on many of the same algorithms as 2D computer vector graphics in the wire frame model and 2D computer raster graphics in the final rendered display.

n computer graphics software, the distinction between 2D and 3D is occasionally blurred; 2D applications may use 3D techniques to achieve effects such as lighting, and primarily 3D may use 2D rendering techniques.
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By Garry, 05 Oct 09

Windows 7 Release

So I'm putting this on my $300 e-Machine which ran the beta fine...planning on doing the fresh install. What are the chances of Win7 finding and configuring all my MB and built on graphics drivers? should I have my recovery disc ready to go to sniff out driver directories?
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By Luke, 01 Jul 09

Windows 7 Release

I wonder why MS didnt make a torrent site to download RC (or other resources)...
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By Bella, 01 Jul 09

Windows 7 Release

'm almost done downloading!

I'll copy all files in the ISO image into my bootable USB for installing W7 RC in my Acer ONE, as I did for W7 Beta! yay!
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By Jocp, 01 Jul 09

Windows 7 relaese

I am on it right now!!!
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By Isabella, 01 Jul 09

Dual-Booting Windows 98/Me with Windows XP

A good choice for those who wish to add Windows XP to an older system is dual-booting. Windows XP is incompatible with a variety of older programs and hardware. By using a dual-boot system, the functionality of these legacy applications and equipment can be preserved until the time comes for a new computer or a complete system overhaul.
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By Farhan, 24 Jun 09

Hackers reportedly have embedded code in power grid

Hackers sounds so cool to me!!
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By Amna, 22 Apr 09

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