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#41
Clean Up Windows and Your Hard Drive

Is your PC dragging at boot time? Does it take too long to do common tasks? Put snap back into your PC's step with these free and low-cost cleanup utilities.
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#42
If you are having problems getting your older XP programs, or games, while running Windows 7, or Vista, try reading this article.
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#43
Do you have a program, or a site, that you really want to eliminate. It doesn't matter the reason why, but it is always difficult to accomplish, because most sites are into getting people to join, not in saying goodbye.

Well, there is a site that helps make it easy for you to say goodbye. Just go here, to "JustDelete.Me. Locate the site you no longer wish to be a part, and go to the official page. Its that easy. S22

Also, the sites are colour coded, so as to inform the reader of just how difficult a site is to enact a parting of the way. And most important of all, note the ones in black. They are impossible to obtain a divorce. GoDaddy and Netflix, are two impossible to leave, so keep them in mind when joining up.
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#44
Great news here. And especially for we Opera users.

Opera's testing a browser that kills ads, accelerating webpage loading by up to 90 percent. A new developer edition is the first desktop browser to include built-in ad blocking.

Quote:Opera fired a broadside in the web content wars Thursday morning, becoming the first desktop Web browser with built-in ad blocking—and explicitly encouraging users to turn it on to improve their browsing experiences.

Competing browsers like Chrome or Firefox assign plugins like AdBlock Plus the task of blocking ads. But with Opera’s 37.0.2162.0 developer build for Mac OS and Windows, it’s baked right into the software. Opera says that turning on the ad-blocking feature can cut page load times by a whopping 90 percent, which PCWorld confirmed using a test build.

According to Krystian Kolondra, the senior vice president in charge of engineering for Opera, the current approach to advertising is damaging users’ online experiences. “Our goal is to provide the fastest and the smoothest online experience for our users,” he said in an email. “While working on that, we have discovered that a lot more time is spent on handling ads and trackers than we thought earlier.”

The current rendition of the New Opera system is build 35.0.2, so I guess it may take a little while longer to be thrown out to the masses. Spiteful
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#45
Up until about three years ago, Samsung used to have their own hard drive brand.  And I used to purchase them over others, because they were every bit as good as WD and less costly.  

Well, they decided to sell it off to Seagate, and concentrate on sold state drives and RAM.  Here is one of the results of their concentrated efforts.

Samsung breakthrough could lead to laptops, tablets crammed with more RAM

Samsung's reputation for SSDs is about the best out there, do they are on the road to being the quality leader for some time to come.
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