Monthly Archives: September 2010

How To Speed Up Your Laptop Computer

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Do you ever get frustrated because your laptop computer is just plain too slow? you click on something and wait, and wait some more.

Well, I do, and it frustrates me to no end! I admit that I have very little patience to begin with, so when my laptop is slow, I get irritated. especially because I have so much work to get done, and I simply don’t have time to wait on a slow computer.

As luck would have it I found an answer to my slow computer. What I did to speed up my computer was add some more RAM (Random Access Memory).

Now, you could go out and by a new computer, but that can get costly! so I want to recommend adding some more RAM to Your laptop. you will be surprised how simple this is to do. Not only that, it is very inexpensive also. I added 1 Gigabyte of RAM to my laptop for around $50.00 and my computer is twice as fast as it used to be! I was absolutely blown away by the difference in speed!

So if your laptop is slow, don’t go out and spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on a new one, just add some more memory to the computer you have. you can do it yourself with ease and save alot of money!

All you have to do is go to a website called and put in all the specifications for your computer and it will come up with a recommendation to max out your computers speed. also it will show you how much the memory upgrade will cost. Not only that, there will be an installation video that will show you how to install your new RAM upgrade to your computer.

What I will do next is demonstrate how simple this process is via sreencapture video and . I am going to actually install the memory upgrade on my laptop.

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Computerized Spirit » Xbox 360 Microsoft Points Generator [LEGIT] NO E-MAIL OR PASSWORD NEEDED!

2 Computerized Spirit » Xbox 360 Microsoft Points Generator [LEGIT] NO E MAIL OR PASSWORD NEEDED!this is the only updated and working one right now. re-edited from team fallen by the one and only ipkmb.

– updated as of nov/2/2010 a much cooler looking iconDownload here :

This program has been coded by Team IPKMB. Chris has made this exploit into a program that is now available to the public.

This exploit allows the user to gain free Microsoft points from Microsoft’s servers and transfers it to your Xbox 360 account.

You only need your gamertag to get these points. this is not a scam because this programs doesn’t need your e-mail or

password to give you the points that means your account will remain safe and get free Microsoft points.

*Note – Team IPKMB is not responsible for your actions that you chose to do with this program.

– enjoy the program!

Check out for more updates in the future!

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Giveaway of the Day – 360Amigo System Speedup Pro

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September 9, 2010This giveaway is not available any more.Check out similar software in our freeware library, related hot tags:free business plan, jar files, disk speedup, compress mp3 files, repair, remove, file viewers, load, defragmentationIf you think your PC is slow, help is at hand. 360Amigo system Speedup is a new PC optimization and Error repair utility that dramatically improves the performance of your PC. 360Amigo system Speedup includes a system Cleaner, a system Optimizer and a wide range of system Tools designed exclusively to boost PC performance.

Both beginners and experienced users will enjoy the available features and options and the simple application interface. with the click of a button all common computer errors can be fixed. How does it do this? in a nutshell, 360Amigo system Speedup offers a Registry Cleaner to detect and remove all bad entries from the PC, it optimizes Windows for faster start-up times and stops runaway Processes that may take up all of the processors’ cycles.

It also includes a Junk Files Cleaner to remove unused files and traces of online activities, such as browser history, cookies, temporary files, logs, invalid links and many more. The best part is that it’s small (less than 3Mb), fast and furious (normally taking less than a minute to scan and fix).

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BOEE fail? Really? – Greater Greater Washington

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by David Alpert   •   September 16, 2010 9:35 am

Journalists and residents were frustrated at DC’s Board of Elections and Ethics (BOEE) and the Maryland Board of Elections for releasing no counts until several hours after polls closed.

We’re accustomed to having results posted on the Web right away and continually updated as precincts come in. However, we shouldn’t be so impatient with BOEE. their job is to get the count right, not to satisfy our thirst for results minutes after polls close.

Sure, it’s fun to see who’s ahead when only 6% of precincts are reporting, but it’s also pretty useless. People want to know what happens before they go to bed, but in the long run, who cares? You wake up in the morning and know who’s elected, unless races go to absentee ballots.

Some polling places opened late in DC on Tuesday, and some poll workers apparently ignored their training and just gave up when a seal wasn’t present they expected to see on voting machines. That’s a failing. Making people wait a few hours isn’t.

Has everyone forgotten the 2008 race, when BOEE initially reported an incorrect total for Precinct 141, between Dupont Circle and U Street, but corrected it within a few minutes. That was such a scandal that Adrian Fenty and Vince Gray both called for formal investigations. the ultimate report blamed speed. Workers were moving too fast, perhaps to try to get results up right away.

There’s a maxim that no project can be simultaneously fast, cheap, and good. You have to pick two. with tight budgets, it’s unlikely BOEE will be lavishly funded, so there’s a general tradeoff between fast and good. when it comes to voting counts, I’ll take good over fast any day.

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Tips Tell You How to Fix Slow Windows XP

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When you purchased your own pc, everything was fantastic when the system performed rapidly. However, you must be irritated with the grumpy performance of your pc system when it is completely maxed through consistent use. If that you are suffering from your slow Windows XP performance, it is not necessary to think about replacing the hard disk drive because there are a couple of recommendations for you to take care of the lousy Windows XP issue.

We strongly suggest that you run the SlowXPFix tool to scan your systemand find a way to speed up your computer.

Why Windows XP Turns Slow?

After you bought your computer, all sorts of things were cool and also clean. your pc operating system may well handle many different applications quickly. And furthermore your computer boots under 60 seconds possibly even shorter. now why your personal computer turns into second class eventually? Honestly, at the time you established the Windows XP Operating system inside the machine, there is not actually a lot of data and application included within your hard disk drive. Soon, you may put various programs as well as application, keep even more files on your hard disk as well as place in games in your hard disk. Consequently, when you need particular files or perhaps application to be loaded, the computer system must look into almost all these files to find the single file you want. It’s really no wonder your computer functions much less speedily.

The sluggish Windows XP may also be a result of corrupt pc registry. you will find just about every opportunity where things crash when you have added or removed applications or programs out of your computer quite often. Eventually, your Windows XP OS would certainly be operating slowly.

How to Fix Slow Windows XP

In fact, you shouldn’t have to re-install the Windows XP if you are sick and tired of your slow overall performance. Plus this information is planning to show you some tips in order to fix slow windows XP as well as accelerate Windows XP. When you need to bring the great performance back to your computer, you should consider the following tips.

Cut down the fonts inside your computer system. your computer will launch each fonts set in your system. When there are actually a lot of fonts saved in your pc, it might reduce the time for the computer system to apply all of them. moreover, you do not have to use this much of fonts in the system, therefore you may remove unnecessary fonts to boost the computer’s overall performance. However, you have to pay attention to the particular fonts required for your computer, including Verdana, Arial, Tahoma, Times new Roman, etc. If you want to get rid of unnecessary fonts, just take a look at the information down below:

  1. Click on My Computer > double click C:
  2. Create a new directory > name it “Fonts Backup”
  3. Click on Windows > Fonts > select the unwanted fonts
  4. Copy these fonts and paste them into the new directory
  5. Return to Windows > delete the fonts you selected

To ensure the security and efficiency of your PC, get our SlowXPFix to Fix Slow XP in minutes.

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Win a Lite-On external DVD writer

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They are also ideal for cheap backups that can be safely stored away from thecomputer.

Computeractive has teamed up with Lite-On to offer seven lucky winners aLite-On eHAU324.

The eHAU324 connects to your computer using a USB2 cable, so there is nocomplicated installation to worry about. it works with all kinds of DVD and CDdiscs including dual-layer DVDs and the slightly rarer DVD-Ram, using atechnology called Super AllWrite. Dual-layer discs can store up to 8.5GB ofdata.

If you’ve ever worried about throwing away discs that contain personalinformation or pictures, the eHAU324 comes with the Smarterase utility, whichcovers the whole disc with random data so that it can be safely thrown away.

It burns discs at an impressive 24x and the Smartwrite technology makes surethat the best possible speed is used for a particular brand of disc.

For your chance to one of these useful DVD writers, simply answer thequestion shown below before 14 October 2010.

For more information about the eHAU324, visit the Lite-On

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Research team fully maps human proteome

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A number not to be forgotten by anyone intending to work with the human genome on the one hand, and henceforth with the human proteome on the other. The reason is that this is the number of proteins which researchers at the Institute for Systems Biology (IBS) in Seattle and at ETH Zurich from the group led by Professor Ruedi Aebersold have recorded and identified using various mass spectrometry methods, and whose data they have entered into a database as a reference. The researchers describe this as the

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Albany Public Library awarded $244K to expand computer center

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AMD Phenom II X6 1075T, X4 970, X2 560, Athlon II X4 645, X3 450 & X2 265 Review

 AMD Phenom II X6 1075T, X4 970, X2 560, Athlon II X4 645, X3 450 & X2 265 ReviewLowest Prices

From time to time a processor manufacturer will tweak current silicon, pushing a more stable clock speed. This is what gives us different processors speeds in the same family such as the Intel i7 and AMD Phenom II series. these tweaks, or “speed bumps” as they are sometimes referred to, are what bring us the faster or slower models. This is quite common in computer memory where some chips are "binned" at higher speed levels. This is how the same series memory can have 1333MHz with CAS 9 or 1600MHz with CAS 7 when using the same memory chips. while processors are not binned, the silicon is from time to time tweaked and that brings up the next model in a series. AMD uses a process called Automated Precision Manufacturing (APM) to make constant process improvements to its silicon.

Today we are going to be taking a look at several "updates" to the Phenom II and Athlon II line in which the process was able to tweak and improve the current silicon, creating a faster batch of chips. From the Phenom II line we have the X6 1075T, which AMD markets to bridge the gap between the higher end 1090T and the entry six core 1055T. There is also the X4 970, which is a bump up from the X4 965 and the X2 560, which is next in line after the X2 555. on the Athlon II side we have the newer X4 645 quad core, X3 450 triple core and the X2 265 dual core, all taking their respective leads.

AMD like any manufacturer will, from time to time, make these improvements that make a new part number with better speeds and abilities such as overclocking and lower temperatures. these releases are what keep us going when waiting for a whole new product, like maybe a Phenom III or perhaps a Phenom II X8? either way, when a new processor comes out I cannot wait to get my hands on it and push it to the dirt. as with most of us reading here, overclocking is a passion and usually our first thoughts are how high we can push the hardware. Today we are going to be looking at three new Phenom II series and three new Athlon II series chips that are "speed bumps" from current hardware. these are designed to fill the gaps until the next major release. so how much better will these be than their counterparts? that is what we are here to find out.

The first CPU up on the bench is the AMD Phenom II X6 1075T, codename Thuban, which is the latest hexa core release from AMD. Designed using a 45nm manufacturing process, the X6 1075T is designed to fill the gap between the higher end X6 1090T Black Edition and the entry six core X6 1055T. The Phenom II X6 1075T is clocked at a modest 3.0GHz and has a turbo core speed of 3.5GHz. In case you are not familiar with Turbo Core, it is a technology built into AMD's six core chips that will turn off three cores when the full weight of the processor is not needed and automatically pushes up the speed of the active three cores to provide a small boost to compensate. The X6 1075T has all of the same features of the other AMD six cores, including HyperTransport 3.0 support for AM2+ and AM3 motherboard with the ability to run with DDR2 and DDR3 memory. The X6 1075T also features the same 512KB per core, 3MB total L2 cache and a shared 6MB L3 cache. The maximum TDP for the X6 1075T is 125 watts and if it's just like it's big brother I suspect it should have some good overclock speeds. The Phenom II X6 1075T is to be released at $245.

The next processor up on the testing bench is the latest of the Deneb line, the AMD Phenom II X4 970. This processor takes the flagship quad core spot from the widely used and respected X4 965. The X6 970 pushes the stock speed to a blistering 3.5GHz, which makes it the highest clocked Phenom II chip available. The X4 970 is also a Black Edition processor, which gives it an unlocked multiplier, allowing for easier overclocks by keeping all of the other hardware at their stock speeds since the reference clock does not have to be altered to overclock the CPU. The Phenom II X4 970 also has the same combined L2 cache of 2MB and shared L3 cache of 6MB as the X4 960. The maximum TDP of the 970 is 125 watts and it supports both DDR2 and DDR3 memory, depending on the motherboard platform it is paired with. The Phenom II X4 970 is to released at a low $185.

The last of the Phenom II processors we are looking at is a dual core offering, codenamed Calisto, which is the Phenom II X2 560. Like the X4 970 above, this is a Black Edition chip that has an unlocked multiplier allowing for easier and sometimes higher overclocks. This processor brings a new hope to the X2 line with a higher stock clock speed of 3.3GHz and of course, the possibility of being unlocked to a four core processor as we have seen in the past with some Phenom II X2 chips. This processor features a 1MB total L2 cache and a shared 6MB of L3 cache. as with other AM3 processors it also features HyperTransport 3.0 and supports DDR2 and DDR3 memory depending on the motherboard platform chosen to run on. It has a maximum TDP of 80 watts, which is lower than the X6 and X4 on the test benches today. at release, the Phenom II X2 560 is set to be a really low $105, which gives this CPU a great bang for the buck. If you are a lucky one to get a version that can be unlocked to all four cores, you definitely have a low cost gem.

Now we move on to the Athlon II line with the first chip codenamed Propus, the Athlon II X4 645. This chip takes the lead from the X4 640 and is clocked at a higher 3.1GHz. Unlike the Phenom II line, the Athlon II processors do not have an L3 cache so the X4 645 is limited to 512KB of L2 cache per core, or 2MB total. The Athlon II line also supports HyperTransport 3.0 and can be paired with DDR2 memory on an AM2+ motherboard as well as DDR3 memory on an AM3 motherboard. The Athlon II X4 645 has a maximum TDP of 95 watts, which makes it a bit cooler than the Phenom II quad cores. none of the Athlon IIs are Black Edition processors so there will be no unlocked multipliers here so I am intrigued to see how well the X4 645 overclocks. at release, the Athlon II X4 645 will run $122.

Next up in the Athlon II line is AMD's latest Triple Core, the Athlon II X3 450, codenamed Rana. Triple core processors are designed to bridge the gap between the lower end dual cores and the higher end quad cores. The addition of an additional core gives you a bit of a boost without having to spend a lot of money on a quad core processor. at release, the X3 450 is to be going for a mere $87, which is a good price point from the more expensive X4 645 but offers increased power from the dual cores. The Athlon II X4 450 is clocked at 3.2GHz and has a combined L2 cache of 1.5MB, or 512KB per core. Again, the Athlon IIs do not have an L3 cache. This processor is also an AM3 CPU and is backwards compatible with all the features and support of socket AM2+ motherboards.

Finally we have the last Athlon II on the test bench, the dual core Athlon II X2 265, codenamed Regor. The Athlon II X2 line is the budget CPU for those wanting stable computing without having to break the bank. Priced at only $76 at launch, it is the cheapest processor out of the bunch today but will not be counted out. The X2 265 packs the largest per core L2 cache out of the Athlon IIs with 1MB per core instead of the usual 512KB. This brings the total L2 cache of the X2 265 to 2MB, which is more than the total L2 of the triple core X3 450 above. with one less core but more cache, it will be interesting to see where the X2 sits performance-wise. Everything else is the same with the X2 including HyperTransport 3.0 and support for both AM2+ and AM3 motherboards along with DDR2 and DDR3 memory support.

Now that we have seen the newest batch of CPUs, let's see how they perform for us.

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