Posts Tagged ‘computer’

When you’re playing a fast-paced game with detailed graphics, where split-second decisions mean a win or a loss, if your computer isn’t up to par, all is lost. A gamer is only as good as his computer’s hardware. Gaming computers can process huge amounts of information while playing online role-playing games or first-person shooters. These powerful gaming computers come with high-end graphics cards and lightning fast CPUs, and in many cases they use liquid cooling.

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Virtualbox is a program that you can install and will enable you to install another operating system on your computer. It will share the ram and CPU power of your other OS. For example if you are running Linux and install virtualbox you can then install windows (any version) and run it as if it were a windows computer, You could install and run any windows software. This is one example of using a virtual machine.

open source software, for windows, linux, solaris and mac

Website : https://www.virtualbox.org/

Downloads : https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads

Screenshot : https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Screenshots

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No matter which version of Windows you use, you will find your PC slowing down after a few months of regular use. This holds true for the latest incarnation as well ““ Windows 7. There are several third-party utilities that optimize Windows, but it is not safe to run system programs from unknown developers.

In this guide, we will cover speeding up windows 7 and how to optimize your Windows 7 PC or Laptop in a safe manner. These steps do not involve any “hacks”, so you can safely use them without harming your system in any way.

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Got ubuntu 11.10? A View at Gnome Shell.
GNOME Shell is GNOME foundation’s official shell for GNOME 3.0 and as we have seen in so many posts before, GNOME Shell is an incredibly good alternative for Canonical’s Unity UI which became the default Ubuntu interface starting from Natty Narwhal release. The least you can say is, now you have two unique interfaces to choose from instead of plain vanilla GNOME. Top things to do after installing GNOME Shell in Ubuntu 11.10.

Getting bored at using the same old keyboard that comes with your Android device? Then the good news is there’re free and excellent alternative keyboards with more features available.

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