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HP Pavilion Media Center a1423w-b Desktop w/19" LCD

November 28, 2006 EST | General

"HP Pavilion Media Center a1423w-b Desktop" is no longer available. You might be interested in checking out other HP Pavilion Media Centers desktops below The HP Pavilion Media Center a1423w-b is the right PC for digital photos. The included HP...

How to repair computer errors

March 18, 2006 EST | General

When you have a computer error it can be very frustrating, especially if the error prevents software from running or your computer even starting. If you add the internet to the mix, your computer will get viruses, spyware, adware and...

Understanding sleep and hibernate power settings on your computer

January 01, 2006 EST | General

New computers come with two new power settings that may be unfamiliar to many people. The settings known as "sleep" and "hibernate" may sound fun and playful but can actually be powerful tools to extend the life of your computer,...

PC Auto Shutdown for scheduled time

December 20, 2005 EST | General

GoldSolution Software announces the release of PC Auto Shutdown, a handy utility for the Windows operating system that help you shutdown, power off, reboot, hibernate, suspend or log off computers at schedule time you specifies. A typical PC left on...

Building a computer

December 20, 2005 EST | General

Most people just assume that a new computer is a Dell or Gateway. Few people (other than the technically inclined) know that Dell and Gateway skimp on the parts inside the computer. What you're left with is a third-rate computer...

What is distributed computing

October 03, 2005 EST | General

Distributed Computing is the term that describes the process of using many individual computers to process small pieces of information of a large project at a much faster rate than any single computer could do. Even the worlds fastest super...

How to defeat the browser hijacker

August 31, 2005 EST | General

Your browser now has a new start page and a new search page. Every time your browser loads a page that doesn't exist, you end up at some strange site, probably filled with popup ads or worse - pornography. Nothing...

IT outsourcing: The reasons, risks and rewards

August 17, 2005 EST | General

As the owner of a small company, you have probably entertained the thought of outsourcing some aspect of your business. The benefits of outsourcing seem obvious, touted by experts across numerous industries as the answer to cutting costs for business...

Four reasons small businesses settle for mediocre computer support

August 17, 2005 EST | General

Are you frustrated by the level of computer service and support you have received from independent computer technicians or from someone at the office who is "good with computers" even though it isn't their main job? Do you find yourself...

Ambitions of Creative Technology CEO go far beyond MP3 players

August 07, 2005 EST | General

In November, Creative Technology Ltd. CEO Sim Wong Hoo declared "war" on Apple Computer Inc., brashly predicting his firm's MP3 players would knock the ultrapopular iPods down a peg or two. So far, that war has proved more costly for...

Watch out for spyware programs

August 02, 2005 EST | General

Spyware is a program that once loaded on your computer unknowingly collects information from your PC and sends it to another party. The most dangerous types of Spyware programs copies personal information that you would not share with anyone such...

IT & ERP consulting: Industry trends

July 31, 2005 EST | General

IT/ERP/MRP consulting industry is currently under the transformation. This process is usually happening and comes in parallel with new economic recovery and change in the business paradigm. We’ll try to appeal to historical excurse and give some hints on the...

Optimize PC for peak performance

July 24, 2005 EST | General

Is your computer running slower than ever? Does it crash a lot? If so it might be because advertisers have loaded it up with Spy and Adaware without your knowledge. "Spyware" is a common term for files that are installed...

Save on inkjet printing costs

July 20, 2005 EST | General

Inkjet printers are not only getting better, they're also getting less expensive. Why is that? The inkjet printer manufacturers have built their business around the supplies rather than the printer itself. They make the printers as inexpensive as possible, sometimes...

IT policies every small business should have

July 18, 2005 EST | General

Every company that uses computers, email, the internet, and software on a daily basis should have information technology (IT) policies in place. It is important for employees to know what is expected and required of them when using the technology...

Overlooked ways small business owners can lower IT costs

July 15, 2005 EST | General

Technology is changing at a rapid pace. Everyday it seems the latest and greatest is replaced with the next best thing. Most small business owners are apprehensive about making technology purchases, fearful their equipment will be deemed outdated within a...

Four things small businesses need to know before outsourcing their next IT project

July 15, 2005 EST | General

From hardware and software to servers and PCs, economic indicators point to an increase in technology spending among small companies. Your company may be one of them. In a recent survey conducted by American Express, one-third of small businesses with...

Common Criteria

July 04, 2005 EST | General

Windows 2000 was awarded the Common Criteria Certificate. This is the first Microsoft Operating System to receive such a prestigious certification putting it on the same level as SecureOS Solaris Unix, both built on an operating system that has been...