How to Check Your Memory in Vista

In Vista (and Windows 7) you do not need to use an external application to check the computer memory (RAM). The Memory Diagnostics Tool can be used to scan and test your RAM on Windows startup.
Checking your memory in Vista can help determine the cause for blue screen errors.

PDF Reader Alternatives

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Still using Adobe Acrobat Reader for viewing PDF documents? Consider a few alternate PDF readers for Windows. Smaller, faster, some even without the need to install!

Retrieve Outlook Passwords

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Passwords help you protect your privacy and personal information. When you use a computer these days, it is almost impossible to remember all passwords, you need one for almost all online services, but also for your local Windows account, email access and internet access. Quite a few people use password managers to maintain their passwords […]

Google’s Answer to Twitter: Google Buzz

Google launches Google Buzz, their own Twitter – will it work? Here’s how it works and why it adds even more confusion to social networking.

No Audio Device in Windows

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Sound and video are important aspects of a PC’s multimedia experiences. Watching movies, playing music files, watching online YouTube videos, and playing games is no fun at all if you do not have video or sound. So if you have no audio device in Windows, you need to install an audio device to make the sound work again.

CES 2010: What Did It Mean?

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A summary, by Jeff McCord of PC Authorities, on why this year’s CES 2010 is going to be a great tech and gadget year and what to expect.