Category Archives: Hardware

What goes on in my Personal Computer’s Registry?

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The registry repair is a phenomenon which will help you keep your computer clean and fast. Registries only come with Windows operating systems. Sad but true that the operating systems don’t come equipped with software to attend to the registry. Not many people know about the intricacies of this thing, which makes a huge difference to a computer system, as well as to the data that it contains. It is one of the most important yet hidden components, in a computer that makes the entire system run smoothly.

Benefits of Renting Electrical Equipment

In a tough economy, businesses need to save money wherever they can. However, the desire for new equipment and the need to pinch pennies are often at odds with each other. Businesses need technology to be able to compete with other businesses, but new equipment is often expensive. Your business can save money while still having the latest and greatest advancements in electrical technology by renting. Here are some of the benefits to renting electrical equipment for your business rather than buying it.

Overview of the Technologies Driving a Computer

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Computers have become an integral part of our lives. We cannot imagine our lives without a computer in today’s world. But how many of us have an idea of the key technology that runs computer? Perhaps, not many have a good knowledge. Though not extremely important for everyone, but it is always good to know the stuff inside a computer that makes the computer what it is.

How to Buy a Latest Technology Based 3D Printer

3D printing has created a revolution in the world of printing. Though an infant in the world of technology, it has proved its worth. To have an idea of what life would be when 3D printing would be employed on a large scale just like the internet, imagine your printer connected to computer printing solid objects. It would also be possible to deliver goods and services to our desktops and to high street shops through the internet. People may even go for “printing out” their household goods and furniture through 3D printers.

This sounds really exciting.  And after realizing this, you may consider getting a 3D printer for your home or office. But there are certain things to consider before you proceed to make a purchase. A wide range of 3D printers have emerged recently and it may be difficult for you to decide what to buy. This article lists down the primary things to consider purchasing a 3D printer.

Ways to Avoid the Dreaded Spider Web Cracked Mobile Device Screen

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If you own a smartphone or a tablet, chances are that you’ve dropped your device at least a few times. Mobile devices can be tough; they can take a lot of punishment, and many people who have dropped them are relieved that they still work just fine. However, every so often a device will fall and hit the ground in exactly the right way to crack or shatter the screen. There are few things worse than a broken screen on an iPad or smartphone. Sometimes these devices work just fine despite the cracks, but there’s no way to shake the feeling that what you have is the beginning of the end of your beloved tablet or phone.

Where To Begin With IT Infrastructure As a Small Business

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It’s one thing to get a job in the IT field, and something entirely different to start the IT infrastructure of an entire company from scratch. While there is a lot of freedom, it can be daunting to know that half of any freedom is the power to screw up royally. The following are a few things to take into consideration whether you’re starting an IT department or an entire IT company.

NVIDIA launches the GTX 660 ($229) and GTX 650 ($109) – Keplar power for a budget

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Rounding out NVIDIA’s GPU launches for the year are the GTX 660 and GTX 650, priced at $229 and $109, respectively, and is available from all of the usual video card manufacturers, including MSI, GIGABYTE, PNY, EVGA, and more. Both have all of the Keplar features that you’ve come to expect, such as much improved power efficiency, advanced anti-aliasing techniques, adaptive VSync, and more. What’s new, though, is the core itself. While the GTX 660 Ti and up use NVIDIA’s GK104 core, the GTX 660 uses the GK106, while the GTX 650 uses the GK107. What’s the difference?