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In a few hours the year is done!  Goodbye 2014! What resolutions are you planning to make (and break) in 2015? Man, 2014 flew by.  But, you know what?  I’m used to that.  It seems like the older I get

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ACPI and UEFI forum join forces: here’s why it matters

The Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) is an open framework that let’s the operating system manage the power of your device. This process is better known as Operating System-directed configuration and Power Management (OSPM) which runs the gamut across

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