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AIO vs Air Cooler—What’s Better?
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AIO vs Air Cooler—What’s Better?

Whenever you use your CPU for extended time periods, it begins to heat up (see CPU temperature). It is essential for it to cool down again to be able to function efficiently. In this case, you can make use of a cooler that can take in this heat and carry it away from the CPU. There are several kinds of coolers ...

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How to use your laptop as a 2nd monitor

How to use your laptop as a 2nd monitor

If there’s one thing that a great deal of laptop and computer owners can admit to, it’s the fact that they have more than one device in the house. It’s like the infamous “box of cables” that everyone keeps around their home or office. Everyone has one, and eventually your collection of unused things starts to ...

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Damn that’s hot – How to reduce your CPU Temperature

Damn that’s hot – How to reduce your CPU Temperature

An increase in CPU temperature is one of the most common types of hardware problems, but it’s a lot more than just inconvenient. The heating up of internal hardware has the potential to cause permanent damage to PC components (and in extreme cases, could also pose a physical danger to the end-user if these ...

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How Old Is My Computer?
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How Old Is My Computer?

You are leading a simple life. You have your movies and popcorn showing on your new projector. And then your computer suddenly crashes. You take it to a repair guy and he asks you something you've never thought about before in your life: how old is your computer? It is at a time like this that this article might come ...

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What To Do When Middle Mouse Click Not Working?
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What To Do When Middle Mouse Click Not Working?

Have you ever faced a problem where you are sitting in your room on a Sunday afternoon, scrolling on your screen with a mouse, trying to surf some good content on the Internet, and suddenly your mouse stops working? Well, we get you completely. The feeling can be super frustrating, and you would almost feel like ...

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