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Buying a Computer, Part 3: Screen and Keyboard

In Part 2: RAM and Storage, we discussed RAM and storage and how they affect the performance of a computer. This installment involves features that are often overlooked but that are very important in their own right, the screen and keyboard. Display Size Because most people use a notebook these days, screen size should be an important consideration. This is because...

Buying a Computer, Part 2: RAM vs. Storage

Last time, we looked at multi-core processors. But the processor is just one part of what makes a computer fast. RAM (memory) is just as important. Remember our office? memory can be thought of as the size of the desk that each worker has access to. If you have a tiny desk (low memory), you’re limited as to how...

Buying a Computer, Part 1: Processors

When buying a new computer, it can be difficult to make sense of the features of each model. The number of processing cores is a great example. Here is a plain English explanation of how cores work in a computer. The processor (or brain) of your computer works much like a traditional office. Historically, that office was occupied by a single worker,...

Windows 10 Frequently Asked Questions

Since Windows 10 was released about a week ago, I have received a lot of questions about it. Here are some of the most common questions and my responses to them. What is Windows 10? Windows 10 is Microsoft’s latest version of Windows, the operating system that runs on most computers. It was released to the public on July...

Google Introduces My Account Tool

Managing a Google account, with all of its various services and settings, has become a difficult task. Apparently Google themselves realized this, and has consolidated many of those settings into a single tool called My Account. Your Sign-in, Privacy, and Account preferences can all be managed from a central location. There are lots of options, and the sheer number...

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