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An important software tool stopped working when this consumer reinstalled a program that had worked fine for more than a year.
After you've exhausted all the usual troubleshooting steps, it might be time to try some "alternative medicine."
Your PC's case is more than likely cluttered with cables. Check out our illustrated guide to minimizing cable clutter and making your desktop cleaner, cooler, and more stable.
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You'd think Windows would refrain from this kind of behavior, but, no, you have to tweak its automatic-update settings. Here's how.
Discover Microsoft’s new cloud-based service to remotely secure, monitor, manage, and assist PCs via the Internet. Check out the features and see how to get started.
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Need to change your computer's boot order or access other advanced settings? Here's how to access the BIOS (basic input/output system).