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Nov 12, 2010

Do It Yourself - Over-clocking your Graphic Cards

[Important: This DIY should not be performed with low end GPU’s which do not support over-clocking as it may damage your Card and some time your whole system. Also Over clocking is not for day to day activities like web surfing and for HTPC systems. Remember that fiddling with your system and over-clocking will void your warranty. So use this DIY at your own risk.]

Did you ever felt like you needed that extra power from your Graphic Card to run your latest and favorite game smoothly? Are you one of those power users who want to have the fastest system in the world (really!)? Or are you one of those benchmark enthusiasts? Then look no further than this article as it provides everything that you need to over-clock your graphic card.

Sep 13, 2010

Do It Yourself - Bootable Linux Flashdrive

In my earlier post I had posted an article on "Bootable Windows 7 Flashdrive". This time I will give an idea on how to make a persistent(i.e. all your data including desktop settings will remain intact) Linux flash drive. Booting from Linux is great but its better if you can carry your whole Operating System with you. This insures that you are always secure from malicious objects and also add that little personal touch wherever you go.

Aug 14, 2010

Review of Gamebooster

Gamebooster is software developed by IObit and is available as free download for Windows. It optimizes the performances of the PC by shutting down all the unnecessary processes and gives your PC a boost that it needs to run smoothly.

1. Setup file size: 1.22 MB
2. Current version: 1.51
3. Developer: IObit
5. OS compatibility: Windows 7, Vista, XP

Jul 13, 2010

Do It Yourself - Bootable Windows 7 Flashdrive

Want to format your PC and then you remember that you have lost your Windows 7 disk or you find out that it’s all scratched and does not work at all. What will you do then? Buy another disk or get it from your friend? Why not make a Win7 bootable flash drive for the times just like these. Installing Windows 7 takes much less time while booting from a flash drive than the DVD and also you don’t have to worry about scratches. Bootable flash drive is also handy if you have a netbooks as most of them do not have a Optical drive.
With little effort you can create your own bootable Windows 7 flash drive in few minutes. Here is the step by step guide to do the same: