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  • XP

    The End of Windows XP

    If you, or your workplace, are still using Windows XP, it’s time to move  on. Microsoft will officially end support for the 2001-vintage platform on April  8, 2014, just shy of a year from now. That means no more service packs, no more updates and, most importantly, no  more security patches. Windows users generally receive [...]


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  • speedometer

    5 Tips to Speed Up Your PC

    We’ve all experienced it. That PC you know should be zipping along but isn’t. You add more memory, but it’s still barely chugging. Fortunately, it’s fairly easy to troubleshoot those ailing machines. Here are five steps you can take to help your machines run much faster. 1: Defragment This one should go without saying. However, [...]


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  • social-networking

    Hackers Use Social Networks

    The volume of spam and phishing scams…sweeping through Twitter— more than doubled in the fourth quarter of 2009 compared with the same period in 2008… Such “phishing” lures — designed to trick you into clicking on an infectious Web link — are flooding e-mail inboxes, as well as social-network messages and postings, at unprecedented levels.


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  • nvlivefake

    Fake Anti-Virus Programs

    Don’t be fooled! Fake anti-virus programs are out there that are designed to either download viruses to your computer and/or trick you into buying their fake product.


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  • citrix

    Citrix…The ultimate solution

    This is why citrix is the ultimate solution


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