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The Raspberry Pi has generated a lot of excitement, which I suppose is understandable in light of the fact you can buy a new computer...
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I was looking around a storeroom at home and realize that I have three old PCs just sitting in a corner. I can pay to have them disposed of, but what are...
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I know that a forced shutdown (holding down power button until it shuts off) isn’t a good practice but why is that true?
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Clearly, it’s not good. I can still boot up (Compaq Windows PC) usually, although not always. I'm pretty sure it's coming from the hard...
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Will running two different graphics cards for two monitors improve performance over using a single graphics card?
I have an Asus HD7770-2GD5 with two monitors currently. If I ran two graphics cards instead of the single card, would there be any...
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