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Category Archives: Computing & The Internet

About The Computer - Motherboard

It’s been quite a while since the PC Buying Guide was launched, for 2009 – we’re start off with the series called “About The Personal Computer“!

2nd in our series, we’ll look at the motherboard today.

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About The Computer - Processors

It’s been quite a while since the PC Buying Guide was launched, for 2009 – we’re start off with the series called “About The Personal Computer“!

Being the first among the series, we’re going to look at the brain of every computer – the PROCESSOR.

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Careful Practice Curbs E-mail Spam?

Through the years of internet progress, the use of E-mail that once was luxury is now not just a necessary but it has come to a point where it’s used so casually that people are now careless and couldn’t care less on the ripple resulted.

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Google Analytics - Know Your Site

Among the many things that one could embed on their website(s), I personally think that Google Analytics is one that no webmaster or site owner should ignore.

I’m sure many of you still remember the article I did late last year on bottleneck. Today, we have an updated version of this article, featuring the GTX280 and a host of other advancement.

Google Chrome - Test Driving The New Browser

The news is all over the place, even on CNN as I was watching the news last night but I was tired and couldn’t be bothered to try it out.

This morning, as I was doing my usual routine of whipping asses at my regular forum hangout, someone provided the link to Chrome so I decided why not I keep my whip and give Chrome a try. 🙂 Normally I don’t review browsers but I think Google Chrome is worth highlighting.

Windows Vista - Feels Like Windows 98

It all happened on 16th August 2008 where my Intel Pentium Dual-Core E2140 died on me while I was doing my usual torture tests for some Gainward 9800GT graphic cards. I decided to take this opportunity to have a massive upgrade, making a new unit and have both units upgraded to Windows Vista, a much newer operating system (OS) compared to Windows XP which was first released in 2001.

The following day, gleefully I came home with 2 units of Windows Vista Home Basic (32bit), I heard many good words about how stable and secure is Vista, furthermore the ones I bought came with Service Pack 1 (SP1) – so yeah, what could go wrong with Windows Vista Home Basic with SP1?