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The Big Guide: 20 Tips and Tricks to Get The Most Out of Windows 8

Print What do you do with a new operating system? If you’re a typical Maximum PC reader, you roll up your shirt sleeves and jump elbow-deep into every part of the OS you can get your hands on. You make manual registry tweaks to open up hidden elements of your new OS; you navigate through […]

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Three Dorchester men charged with stealing laptops from computer store

By Alli Knothe, Globe Correspondent Three Dorchester men were arrested Monday and charged with stealing about a dozen laptops from a local computer repair store and pointing a handgun at an employee of the shop, police said. An employee of Comp-Net Solutions on Dorchester Avenue told police that three men entered the store and asked […]

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Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade for Asus Transformer TF101 brings problems

Asus has confirmed that the recently released update for its Transformer TF101 tablet to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) has brought various problems. The firm released the over-the-air upgrade last month but is now working on a fix because of a number of different problems experienced by its users. Users have experienced graphics problems, […]

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Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade for Asus Transformer TF101 brings problems

Asus has confirmed that the recently released update for its Transformer TF101 tablet to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) has brought various problems. The firm released the over-the-air upgrade last month but is now working on a fix because of a number of different problems experienced by its users. Users have experienced graphics problems, […]

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Ordering "Windows to Go": how to create a bootable Windows 8 USB thumb drive

Microsoft’s Windows 8 Consumer Preview is called that for a reason—there isn’t a lot on the surface that looks very compelling about the new operating system to business users. The revelation that Microsoft would not support domains or other administrative features on Windows 8 for ARM devices dumped cold water on many enterprise customers’ hopes for […]

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Ordering "Windows to Go": how to create a bootable Windows 8 USB thumb drive

Microsoft’s Windows 8 Consumer Preview is called that for a reason—there isn’t a lot on the surface that looks very compelling about the new operating system to business users. The revelation that Microsoft would not support domains or other administrative features on Windows 8 for ARM devices dumped cold water on many enterprise customers’ hopes for […]

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Create Professionally Looking Website With Free Programs In One Week

Create Professionally Looking Website With Free Programs In One Week If You Are Beginner Or Site Owner, By Learning How To Create, Manage And Update Your Site By Yourself, You Will Save Money And Time. When You By Hosting And A Domain Name, You Own Content On Your Website And Blog. It Is Yours To […]

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Mass Effect 3 Review Part 1 – Single-Player

Because the multiplayer mode was not available on PC before release, we’re presenting the Mass Effect 3 review in two parts. Today, the single-player experience. We’ll update this story with multiplayer impressions, and the final score, later this week. By the time I reached the end, Mass Effect 3 had secured the trilogy’s spot amongst […]

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Business and Computer Checks Retailer PrintE-Z.com Presents New Website

ShareThis Email PDF Print PrintE-Z.com Monroe, NY (PRWEB) March 06, 2012 Browsing through a brick-and-mortar store and a website are similar experiences. In either case, customers desire simplicity and directness. A tortuous format or difficult-to-find products, on the other hand, turn curious customers into flustered shoppers who, frustrated, leave without buying. In physical and virtual […]

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Wouldn’t a Valve ‘Steam Box’ console be nothing more than a PC?

“Wouldn’t a Valve ‘Steam Box’ console be nothing more than a PC?” Well, yeah, duh – in order to run all of Steam’s PC games, you pretty much need a PC with Windows on it. My guess is that this may end up being basically be a Windows box, but with perhaps a Steam-like shell […]

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