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Understanding multi-core CPUs

I’m sure you’ve heard about multi-core processors but you might have a few questions about how it works and why there’s so much brouhaha concerning them. In this guide, I’ll break down the confusion and arm you with the knowledge

Posted in Desktops, Hardware, Laptops, Windows, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Vista Tagged with: , ,

5 features everyone wants to see in Windows 10

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A few days ago I candidly expressed my feelings on why I thought Windows 10 is the answer to the wrong question.  A few months before that, I talked about why I think Microsoft is poised to fail. Well today I want

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The vim and viability of Virtual Desktops in Windows 10

When people hear the phrase “Virtual Desktops” they probably think of “Virtual Reality” headsets. It’s fine – I used to make the same error; it actually turns out that Virtual Desktops are better than that: well at least when it

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Were almost 7 million Dropbox accounts hacked on October 13th 2014?

I don’t know if you realize this but yesterday afternoon, an anonymous user claimed that approximately 7 million Dropbox accounts were hacked.  The user posted about 400 allegedly hacked Dropbox usernames and passwords to pastebin.com as a teaser and promised

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How to install Windows 10 in VirtualBox

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Two days ago, Microsoft announced Windows 10 to the world and then, the following day, released the technical preview as an ISO for everyone to test. Since this is a beta release, we shouldn’t install it on our production computers.

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