Computer Power Supplies
The performance of your computer relates to its supply of power. Learn how PC power supplies and computer batteries work.
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How to Overclock Your CPU
Is Moore's Law outdated?
What is computing power?
How to Wipe a Computer's Hard Drive
How to Fix the Black Screen of Death
Should I move my hard disk to the cloud?
How Secure Digital Memory Cards Work
Computer Memory Pictures
What is virtual memory?
What are the three types of VPN?
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What is a network server?
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Set Your Computer for Energy Savings
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How to Force Quit on a Mac
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Are tablets changing the way computers work?
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Keeping your computer cool is important to its well-being and longevity. Learn more about the 6 easy ways to keep your computer cool without using electricity.
A computer can tolerate slight differences in power, but a significant deviation will cause the computer's power supply to fail. A UPS protects a computer against four different power problems.
The RTC chip, or Real Time Clock, does more than keep your computer set to the correct date and time. Without it, you wouldn’t even be able to boot up.