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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 consumer watchdog’s website. “[Three years] after its 2009 launch, there still haven’t …

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Speed up of your Mozila Firfox Browsing speed via simple Tips !

Introduction to Mozila Firfox Browsing speed Firefox by default set a value for balancing the speed of your Browser to a limited level in order to provide the mutual speed of each website but if you are worried of speed of your browser then you might love our instruction to utilise the full potential Mozila Firfox Browsing speed. Today We …

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Top 10 Best Antivirus for Windows 7

When it comes to installing an antivirus on our Windows or any other platform running PC or laptop then we get confused easily because there is a long list of available antivirus. For users, it becomes really hard to choose one among them as users don’t know much detail about what privacy or theft protection is all about. They only …

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How to Hire a Video Production Company? The Right Way

Videos play an important role in your personal and professional life. If there is an occasion that is really special to you, like your wedding or your daughter’s birthday, you would want to capture the entire event the finest way possible so that you can play it over and over again until you all grow old. In your business, videos …

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Make Skype Calls Right From Outlook Inbox

Last year Microsoft launched new email service Outlook.com and also acquired Skype, and now Microsoft has launched a preview version of Skype for Outlook.Com. This allows you to make voice and video calls to your friends from Outlook inbox beside of sending IMs. The preview is being rolled out in United Kingdom and soon will be rolled out in USA …

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