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July 10, 2015 By CompuClever

PC Clean Maestro

PC Clean Maestro, Make your PC clean and safe.Your PC often stores unwanted junk files and traces of your personal information including...

May 14, 2015 By Chris P.C.

ChrisPC Win Experience Index

ChrisPC Win Experience Index is the free tool that lets you rate your computer and check again the Windows Experience Index on your...

February 27, 2011 by

Would you try to play the latest games on a 5 year old PC?

Would you try to play the latest games on a 5 year old PC? Chances are that unless you'd carried out some significant upgrades in the GPU/CPU or RAM departments, or were willing to put up with a poor graphics experience, you wouldn't even bother. But if you play on a games console, then you are doing just that.

February 14, 2011 by

Intel Core i7-990X officially launches: Maingear, CyberPower add it to their gaming PCs, Core i7-960/970 prices chopped

If you followed my posts over the weekend, you could probably figure out what happened on Monday: Intel officially acknowledged the release of its six-core Core i7-990X Extreme Edition processor, its fastest (and most expensive) desktop CPU. That led to some additional PC manufacturers adding it to their systems, as well as some well-needed price cuts on a couple of older Core i7s.

April 29, 2015 By Smart PC Utilities

PC Services Optimizer

PC Services Optimizer (formerly Vista Services Optimizer) is an open source Windows optimization solution that enables you to tweak...

March 16, 2010 by

HP offers new Intel i7-980X six-core processor in HPE-180t desktop for under $2,000

Today was the day that Intel PC partners could officially announce their support for the new i7-980X Extreme Edition six-core processor, and several companies have updated their product offerings, which will hopefully cover in the next few posts. But let's start with the biggest desktop company with a new offering: HP has added the CPU as an option for its Pavilion Elite HPE-180t series.

February 3, 2010 by

Will your new Windows 7 PC support XP Mode?

Last year, when I looked at Intel CPUs, I identified a potential sticking point for Windows 7 upgraders: many then-current CPU models didn't support hardware-assisted virtualization. A year later, has the situation improved? Yes, but with one noteworthy exception you'll have a hard time getting information from big PC makers.

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