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Most of us make New Year's resolutions for ourselves, like eating better, reading more or meeting new people. But what about your computer?
Here are 5 new year resolutions for your computer.
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Gaming PC build. Get in touch if you are thinking of a custom gaming system.

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Got your eye on some tech presents this Christmas? In this article, we help you make sure you buy the RIGHT technology for your needs.
#newtech
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Is your laptop too hot to put on your lap and sounds like a jet engine? It might need to be serviced. Excess heat and blocked vents is one of the biggest laptop killers.
#laptopoverheating
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"Your computer's central processing unit, or CPU, is designed to run at a certain speed. However, some CPUs can be pushed a little farther, giving you more performance for your dollar. This is called overclocking."
#overclocking
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"In working with HP, Microsoft has identified an HP driver with known incompatibility with certain HP devices on Windows 10 versions 1803 and 1809."
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Windows' File History is one of the easiest ways to automatically #backup
your data files and it even lets you go back in time to retrieve earlier versions of them.
However, this helpful feature, which is available in Windows 8 and 10, is turned off by default.
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We often see Registry Cleaning applications installed on client computers. In this article we talk about whether they live up to their promises.
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"If you’re a PC gamer, the one component inside of your computer that will have the biggest impact on your in-game performance is your graphics card."

#bestgraphicscards #gamingsystems
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If you need to migrate your data or are looking to keep a backup handy, you can clone your hard drive. Here's how to do it in Windows and on a Mac.

#cloneharddrive
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