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By now you will have seen or at least heard of Windows 8. The latest OS by Microsoft was released last week alongside the companys new Surface Tablet. While the OS itself is built to work on desktops and notebooks aswell as tablets, finding your way around it using a keyboard and mouse can be a little difficult. Here we will show you a number of shortcuts to make life with Windows 8 easier and smoother.
Windows 7 contains a hidden feature called GodMode that allows you to access all of the Operating Systems control panels from a single location. This can be particularly handy if you find youself tinkering with the settings from time to time.
This also works with Windows Vista.
Whether you are building - or have just built your PC - you may be familiar with the letters OEM. You see them as part of the description of a fair number of the parts sold by online stores. Simply put OEM stands for 'Original Equipment Manufacturer' and it means you are buying the item as it came from the factory. For example, if you bought an OEM DVD burner, it would arrive in a box on its own without any cables or additional software such as Power DVD or Nero; the sort of things you would find in a ‘retail boxed’ drive.
Internet auctions such as E-bay™ And Forums with for sale sections are great places to shop for second hand pc parts to upgrade your machine, or even buy a complete system, but there are things to be aware of. In this article I’ll be looking at the pros and cons of buying this way, and offering some tips on how you can trade safely.
These few tips can help make your long computer sessions more comfortable and enjoyable. Most people spend a lot of money on their computers and even on their computer desk, but often cheat themselves on the little things that can make long and short-term computer sessions a pain.
You may not be aware of this, but when you install a new application on your computer, most applications automatically place themselves into your windows startup procedure. This is where using MSCONFIG can help by removing unnecessary programs from Startup. Your PC will start faster and run better, as it won't be using resources loading things you don't need.
Are you in the market for some new, super fast pc parts but don't know where to start? Keep reading, we here at PCTechTalk may have some tips for you to help you find the right parts at the best prices