• Foxy Proxy & Chaining Multiple Proxy Servers

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    Introduction: FoxyProxy is an add-on for different internet browsers. This add-on works as a switch to turn on or off proxy servers. There are two different versions available which are basic and standard,  FoxyProxy basic version itself offers many impressive features. Users can run their own private proxy if users have access to an unrestricted […]

  • Windows 8.1 Keep the speed with a Windows 7 Look

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    How would you like the fast boot speeds of Windows 8.1? Why is this a cool question? In my humble opinion, I believe by and large people would have accepted and purchased Windows 8; if Microsoft would have kept the same user interface people have been using since Windows XP to Windows 7. Even Windows […]

  • The PC Is Changing

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    Hi my name is Romario, i’m 15 years old and i’m IT student in HighSchool. My assignment today was to write an article on the future of the PC and this is what I wrote I hope you enjoy. In the next 10 years the PC will change drastically, according to Moore’s law every 2 years computers double […]

  • Roku Unveils its Answer to Chromecast, The Streaming Stick

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    Roku just unveiled its answer to Google Chromecast. The Roku Streaming Stick is a tiny device that plugs into your television’s HDMI port and allows you to stream HD video from the web, controlled from a phone or tablet. “Consumers want a ton of entertainment, an easy way to search for movies and TV shows, and […]

  • The Now TV Box – A £10 720p Plex Client

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    Apologies to those outside of the UK, I do’t believe that you can get this wonderful little device internationally. I first heard about the Now TV box on an advert. Now, I am not one to buy something that I see advertised on TV, so I waited 6 months and then decided that I still […]

  • Complexity In Computer Hardware

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    I was learning computer hardware and something hit me there has been advancement in memory over the years to try and make computers faster and more effective, this has led to creation of faster and faster memories. At first we were using Hard disk where data was loaded directly to the processor then come ram […]

  • Free Microsoft Software & Services is a Step in the Right Direction

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    Recently, it seems like Microsoft is trying to force a failed product (Windows 8) upon its users. It seems as though they are getting more desperate as time goes by. Earlier this year, HP reported that they have seen a significant 14% decrease in desktop and laptop sales worldwide. I realize that as we move […]

  • How I Sell Hardware

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    Selling hardware can be painful. When I first got started selling hardware I did what most normal IT consultants did, I got my sales tax number, set up my accounting suite to count sales tax, and started filling out vendor agreement forms. I signed up with Lenovo and NewEgg, they both have great partner programs, […]

  • Host your website reliably for free!

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    There are many services that claim to give “free” web hosting. Many of these will only be free for a while, or insert ads or nasty malware into your site. Others will give you a totally free experience but will only offer you a website builder interface, and no cpanel, ssh or ftp. For people […]

  • How I Got My First Client as a Computer Consultant (Aged 15)

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    Very Short Bio Hi, I’m Phil and I live in the Uk. I am in full-time education, and like spending time with my friends and doing random things just like any normal teenager. Since age 11, I have been using my knack for making money for, well, making money. For a couple of years I […]

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