LG and Samsung are my top choices.
I also enjoy Teamviewer... I am actually amazed on how it do its thing.. they are very effective doing it. :)
Nice bechmarking... It also looks great! hehee
AMD until now is my choice of processor for home and gaming use.
Thanks for sharing that.
try this: http://www.kitchentablecomputers.com/index.php
hope it helps.
I once tried it, it was good however, personally I like Avast.
Try double clicking the spreadsheet from the presentation itself, the spreadsheet will become editable from there... This may change from version...
"thin layer all over it" works to me.
My idea is that, I need to physically see/know that the area is properly covered.
guess GParted will help you do that.
I somehow believe about "future proofing", at least in future 6-12 months :)
Norton partition magic or Gparted will surely help.
I think yes, you just have to make your USB drive bootable. try searching "make usb drive bootable" and you'll find it.
nice idea. however warranty and design are main problem here.
I upgrade only when I needed, which mean I need to break my current.
I am the first voter!? hehehe... I believe it will still help its cooling system.
Looks to me like video card driver issue. I would simply reinstall its driver, you may also try to download new driver for your video card....
I can live with it specially if it's already out of warranty.
Corsair or Acbel is good and reliable.
I recommend it.
I like your options. I've not used Asus for monitor yet but I know they are good quality and great performance too.
just wanted to contribute... as my experience suggest it could be bloated capacitors from motherboard or video card.
hope it gave you ideas.
I would simply suggest that when you move you files make sure there are no other applications using the resources. or you may simply upgrade your...