Windows 8 Adds New Boot Options

Every Windows user has had to boot into safe mode at least once in their life – it’s just an unfortunate truth. Sooner or later, your computer is going to hitch up on you, and you’re going to have to …

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By Mike Kurz on 24 May 2012

System Requirement Round Up For May 22nd 2012

Diablo III came out last week, and to our surprise that didn’t stop other new games from coming out this week and next. If you can pry yourself away from Diablo III long enough, you might enjoy one of the …

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By Mike Kurz on 22 May 2012

Windows 8 Family Safety Features Revealed

The internet can be a scary place to let your kids dive into. At the very least it’s a way for them to waste time instead of doing their homework, and at the worst, it can expose them to ideas …

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By Mike Kurz on 17 May 2012

Intel Using Substandard Thermal Paste in Ivy Bridge Processors

If you’re thinking about upgrading your computer to take advantage of Intel’s latest batch of Ivy Bridge CPUs, you might want to hold off for a bit. Don’t get us wrong – the latest batch or processors have been well …

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By Mike Kurz on 15 May 2012

DDR4 RAM Is On The Way… Maybe

Good news for anyone looking to build a fast PC – Micron has teased their upcoming DDR4 RAM modules, and suggested that they’ll be in production by the end of this year. Their DDR4 RAM will run at 2400MT/s, and …

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By Mike Kurz on 9 May 2012

System Requirement Round Up for May 8th 2012

There are a kit of games coming out over the next two weeks. If you’re into strategy games, you could pick up Warlock: Master of the Arcane this week, and if you’re into fighting games, you’ll be able to pick …

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By Mike Kurz on 8 May 2012

Latest Steam Beta Allows Remote Installation of Games

If you read the System Requirement Round Up, there’s a good chance you have Steam installed on your computer, and you’ve probably got a lot of games installed through the Steam service. Steam’s great – it helps you keep your …

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By Mike Kurz on 3 May 2012

Your Next Computer Might Fit In The Palm Of Your Hand

As time goes on computers get smaller and smaller. and we’ve finally reached a point where you can pick up a computer that fits in the palm of your hand. In fact, two different companies are offering pocket-sized computers that …

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By Mike Kurz on 1 May 2012

Google Drive is Here – Should You Drop Dropbox?

For a long time now Dropbox and Skydrive have dominated the online storage market, but that was before Google threw their hat into the ring. Google knows what they’re doing here – they’ve integrated Drive into the rest of their …

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By Mike Kurz on 26 April 2012

System Requirement Round Up for April 24th 2012

Over the next two weeks there are five major releases hitting the PC. We’re going to give you all of the details, don’t worry, but before we do, we’d like to remind you that Diablo III will be out on …

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By Mike Kurz on 24 April 2012