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Now it is easy to Reset or Refresh Windows 8 PC

Microsoft has added lots of new features and stuff on Windows 8 and it is also noteworthy that they have introduced better recovery options in Windows 8. Windows 8 gives us two types of Windows recovery options, the first it is Reset and the second is Refresh. Both are very important recovery options because they help to get Windows back …

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Grand Theft Auto 5 official website becomes travelogue for Los Santos

Grand Theft Auto 5 official website Rockstar has updated the official Grand Theft Auto 5 website with an interactive travelogue that explains the setting of the upcoming open world game. The travelogue likes to poke some fun at the current political and socio-economic status of the real world with parodies and tongue-in-cheek references. Right now, the travelogue only has ten …

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Get a Go Groove wooden Bluetooth speaker for $44.99

Who is aware of what abnormal magic permits that cool led show to mission via wood? Bluetooth speakers come in all styles and sizes, and there are even a few that may pull double-responsibility as an alarm clock. However who desires a clunky-looking hunk of plastic on their nightstand? That is better: For a limited time, and while provides last, …

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Raspberry Pi carves out 2 million sales

Raspberry Pi. Raspberry Pi has sliced up a healthy 2 million in sales. The small hobbyist pc registered its gross sales feat someday throughout the final week of October, the Raspberry Pi groundwork stated in a blog posted on Sunday. In line with prior gross sales growth, the organization mentioned it anticipated to achieve the two million mark in January …

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Consumer Reports makes case for Windows 7 PCs

Windows 7 Windows 7 may be the better choice as a PC operating system on new systems than the just-released Windows 8, Consumer Reports magazine said this week. “Windows 7 generally received favorable reviews when it was released,” Consumer Reports’ Donna Tapellini said in a piece Tuesday on the┬áconsumer watchdog’s website. “[Three years] after its 2009 launch, there still haven’t …

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