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861: How Do I Make My Computer Run Faster? - Tips - Tricks
That is the quintessential question of the 21st century, Computers run slow after a while, and that is something you simply cannot avoid. Computers are fast and furious at the point of purchase, but months and months of program installs and exposures to the dangers of the internet will cause those little bytes of the dangerous and the misleading to enter into the cubby holes of your well oiled machine and clog it up. You're not the only one plagued with this problem. Thousands and thousands of computer users have experienced the same frustration with their computers as they either crash, take an eon to load a program, or shows an error message that makes as much sense as a Sanskrit manuscript. If you've ever asked yourself 'how do I make my computer run faster', then look no further, for this article will show you the tips and tricks that you need to do just that.

862: What to Do When Encountering Runtime Error 52
Runtime error 52 is just one of the errors that you can encounter while using Microsoft Windows. This is down to the Visual Basics engine that Windows utilizes to run many programs and some programs like Microsoft Word or any other multimedia application hinging on it to run optimally. Shortly after launching these programs, you might get the message 'Runtime error 52: Bad file name or number' displayed in angry letters on your desktop. This is usually preceded with the program that you are trying to load crashing fatally and maybe, just maybe you will get the pleasure of your desktop freezing up and your screen going black.

863: What to Do When Your Computer Does Not Shut Down
This problem of a computer not shutting down is actually more common than you might think, and the solution to this problem is in fact pretty simple. The more common symptoms faced by most users are that after a user clicks on the 'shutdown' button, the computer seems to be in a state of stasis and instead of shutting down, there is constant disk activity. The computer then seems to hang and the disk light dies, maybe hiccupping once in a while. Some people experience the "blue screen of death" and the familiar beep sound comes on whenever they try to press any of the keyboard buttons.

864: Troubleshooting Windows Was Unable to Load the Registry
That is probably one of the more apocalyptic messages that anyone can get when using their computer, because this means that not only won't Windows load, nothing will load at all. And I mean nothing; all you would most likely get is a black and white screen or even a blue one if you are lucky with some messages that won't seem to budge. This means the end, finito, nothing more you can do about it other than just inserting your emergency backup disks or if you don't have one, facing the facts. Unless you operate on an external hard disk, this means that you have to do a completely clean install of windows. If you are lucky, you won't lose any information as Windows reinstalls itself and a brand new registry.

865: What is a Trojan Horse?
What is a Trojan Horse I hear you ask, well let me take you back in time to the days of the trojan war where the Greeks and trojans fought for the city of Troy. After lots of failed attempts by the Greeks to take over the city, a Greek king decided it might be a good idea to build a huge wooden horse big enough for a group of soldiers to hide in. The Greek army then appeared to surrender and retreat leaving a horse as a gift for the ...

866: Computer Support Services
Computer support services is a wide gamut of services offering assistance with technology products such as mobile phones, televisions, computers, or other electronic or mechanical goods. In general, computer support services attempt to help computer users solve different problems associated with products.

867: Why Rural America Needs Satellite Internet Access
While living in rural America can have numerous advantages, it can be very frustrating having to deal with dial-up Internet access as your only Internet option. But, regardless of where you live satellite Internet access can be a real problem solver for your need for fast and reliable Internet service. Just because you live out in the country don't let technology pass you by.

868: Share Files With the Utmost Security
In big or small businesses it becomes essential to share the information with the subordinates or the people on the key positions. Since the documents might be dealing in certain confidential matters it becomes necessary they be transferred in a secured way. The Internet has once again come to the rescue for transferring of the important files in the safest way.

869: DVI - For High Quality Digital Displays
The need for crystal clear display on visual devices led to the production of new technologies such as DVI. With DVI technology, producing high quality output for TV and projectors has become possible.

870: How HDMI is Changing the AV Industry
HDMI is the technology that has made the fusion of computers and AV products a reality. From DVDs to PCs to HDTVs, HDMI has become the interface with which the next generation of visual entertainment is being produced.

871: PCI - The Vital Facts
To attach any devices to your PC you need to be well-informed about the computer bus, like PCI. Develop insights into how PCI works and install hardware with ease.

872: Rat Brained Robot
Not quite the Terminator yet, but the rat-brained robot developed by Reading University is starting to think for itself. This pint sized robot isn't controlled by software, but by 300,000 living neurons generously donated by a rat. These Neurons are being taught how to steer the robot avoiding obstacles and walls.

873: Choose the Right Computer Graphic Card
A lot of people say that the CPU is the greatest thing ever made for your PC. After all, it is now known as the brains of your computer for nothing.

874: The Asus Eee PC Review
The Asus Eee PC 701 4G is the new affordable ultraportable notebook that's bound to be on many consumers' Christmas wish lists this year. Retailing for $399 or less, the Eee PC isn't exactly a workhorse, but it will do just about every basic task you'd need from a laptop. The Asus Eee PC (in the US anyway) comes with a very simplified Xandora Linux interface that provides some very basic functionality, like web browsing, email, messaging, and word processing.

875: Is a Paperless Office Really a Possibility?
What are your practice's goals for having an electronic medical records (EMR) system? It is important that your practice understands the answer to this question.

876: IPv6 (Cisco) Training - Using the Synchronization (IPv6) Command
One important question I've been receiving from many CCNA candidates is "What is Synchronization?" Now for those who are newcomers to routing protocols; "Synchronization" is the process of harmonizing routing advertisements between an Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP) and an Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP).

877: Make Your Profile Interesting
Internet has changed the life of mankind drastically as it has made everything and anything available at just a single click sitting at your home itself. Internet also helps you to stay in touch with your friends and relatives very easily through the social networking sites.

878: How to Establish a Budget and Buy New Information Technology
I have been implementing PC-base technology solutions since the mid-1980s, shortly after the introduction of the IBM Personal Computer (PC) in 1983. In those 25 years I have seen too many companies shoot themselves in the foot by taking the wrong approach to buying IT systems. Buying technology like a commodity, without having specific goals in mind for increasing throughput, will generally lead to disappointment.

879: AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009 Survey Database Issues
Just a brief alert for those of you using AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009 survey databases. I've encountered a problem where if I try to import a survey field book into a new survey network that uses existing setup and backsight points from another survey network, things go wrong. Please note that I am not using Vault to manage my survey databases, therefore I don't know if this is also an issue for those of you using Vault.

880: Enterprise IT Asset Management - Managing Your IT Assets
By effectively managing the life cycle of an organization's IT assets, the IT manager has significant influence to improve an organization's overall performance, reduce costs, improve effectiveness, and improve and demonstrate the IT department's ROI. Managing an Enterprise's IT assets is essential for an organization's competitiveness today. Deploying an IT Asset Management system will help avoid failures and quickly identify wasted IT resources and other inefficiencies.

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