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What Is the Best Computer Processor For 2012?

When you think of buying a new computer, the most important choice you have to make is what is the best computer processor. That’s because the computer’s central processing unit (CPU) is the most important part of your PC. Your computer’s speed, performance and multitasking abilities depend on the processor. You can add RAM, tweak Windows, but if your CPU is no good, your computer will never perform as well as you want it to. So, if you are looking for a new desktop or laptop, you need to decide which processor to buy.
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What Is the Best Antivirus Software For 2012?

By Liz Cornwell 30 December 2011 in Cleanup & Repair
What is the best antivirus software for 2012? The year 2011 saw some exciting new versions of popular antivirus programs. The two giant security software rivals, BitDefender and Kaspersky, released new redesigned versions of all their products. Same goes for all other popular antivirus developers, such as McAfee, Norton, avast! and others. But what is the best antivirus software 2012 and what should you consider before you decide which antivirus to get? Let’s find out.
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A Comprehensive Guide to Speeding Up Computer Performance

Usually computer speed losses are incremental and not noticed individually, but going through this checklist will make an amazing difference to your experience. Here are some simple steps to speed up your computer.
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Disk Defragmentation Explained

By Anna Lind 14 February 2011 in Defragmentation
There is a lot of conflicting information out there about disk defragmentation. Some people advise doing it weekly... some people say it hurts the hard drive, the others say that never defragmenting hurts the disk even more. Today we clear up the confusion.
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Data File Recovery Tips

By Liz Cornwell 26 January 2011 in File Recovery
Oops! Did you accidentally click "Yes" when your computer asked if you really wanted to delete a file, instead of "No"? Don't stress. If you do something about it fast enough, data file recovery is easy. Here's a quick guide to file recovery in Windows.
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