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Comment by David Holt on The Best Upgrades for Your Old Computer (December 15, 2017 05:56 AM)
My best "speed up things" improvement was installing a second monitor on my old Win7 Dell that has both HDMI and VGA outputs. I copy lots of Word.doc ...
Comment by Mike on The Best Upgrades for Your Old Computer (December 15, 2017 04:29 AM)
The only problem I had with switching from Windows to Linux is Linux Mint didn't control my laptop's fan efficiently. I couldn't watch a video more th...
Comment by Phil on UPDATE: Free Antivirus Programs (December 15, 2017 04:20 AM)
I've seen Windows Defender actually do its job in Win 10. Nice to see. It has found & removed some junk lately. I've used many free AV over past 30+...
Comment by Colin on Geekly Update - 13 December 2017 (December 14, 2017 11:56 PM)
James, seriously, do you think the occupant of the White House is going to be wasting time on this kind of thing? I'm pretty sure Bill Gates wasn't cl...
Comment by Nigel A on The Best Upgrades for Your Old Computer (December 14, 2017 11:07 PM)
My laptop dates from 2010 and it was still fine for what I used it for until I became treasurer of the auxiliary to our local hospital and installed Q...
Comment by Bob on The Best Upgrades for Your Old Computer (December 14, 2017 10:03 PM)
No mention of 32 bit. which I don't believe there's much you can put on such any more. Nevertheless one can use an old crock like this off line and ne...
Comment by Gillian on The Best Upgrades for Your Old Computer (December 14, 2017 09:07 PM)
We have a little experiment going at our house: our two Lenovo's running Windows 7, one a two-year old desktop, and one a five year old laptop, were ...
Comment by Jym Nester on The Best Upgrades for Your Old Computer (December 14, 2017 08:59 PM)
An solid state drive and 8 GB of RAM completely transforms a machine (64 bit, of course)....
Comment by Denis on The Best Upgrades for Your Old Computer (December 14, 2017 08:53 PM)
I made the mistake of buying a cheap Acer laptop with 2GB RAM thinking that I would easily upgrade to 4 or 8GB at a later date. Sadly Acer have dispen...
Comment by Don SMith on Dual Monitors: Good Reasons to Upgrade (December 14, 2017 08:47 PM)
Loved 2 monitors at work. Upon retirement, I came across a 2nd 24" monitor. Hooked it up....and up the video card. It wasn't designed for 2 monitor...

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