A Windows computer consists of thousands of DLL files and it is likely that every now and then you will encounter a DLL error message. Therefore, every time you start your computer, open an application or shutdown your PC, there is a small probability of a DLL error occurring.
Computer errors and computer slowdowns are two common issues that haunt computer users. Fortunately, these problems can easily be prevented to a large extent. You just need to perform a little preventive maintenance from time to time. Listed below are a few simple maintenance tasks that you can perform help…
New computer applications are being launched every day that aim to make your lives better, faster and easier. These computer applications increase your productivity and help you complete a lot of work in a short amount of time.
Computer slowdown and high CPU usage issues are most likely a symptom of application errors such as the EXE error. If you happen to encounter high CPU usage problem, you can resolve them yourself and regain your computer’s performance.
In this day and age having constant internet access is expected by many. Whether you’re at home, in the office or on the go, being able to get online can be decisive in how your day pans out. There’s often nothing more frustrating that trying to read the news on…
So you are contemplating the switch from dial up to broadband, and are probably thinking to yourself: Is broadband worth the extra money per month?
The Internet is like living in any large city. There is a limitless wealth of things to do and see, but there is also a seedy side to the Internet. A user can remain perfectly safe on the Internet by watching out for common techniques that are used to compromise…
Choosing whether to buy a notebook computer, or build your own custom PC depends on the type of work and play you are going to be doing. We will describe the pros and cons of notebook computers and desktop systems.
The hard drive is the computer hardware responsible for storing data in your computer. Every bit of information inputted in your computer is stored in the hard drive, and the data remains there, even if it is turned off.
With the extra memory installed we really put Windows Vista Ultimate to the test, and decided to try all of the ‘new and improved’ features available. Here is a breakdown of what we found: