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DIY Laptop Repair

Ready to Try Your Hand at DIY Laptop Repair? When DIY laptop repair is your only option, try doing a little research before you take things into your own hands. LifeHacker.com has a number of great articles on ways you can improve your laptop’s performance. Here's our collection of some of the good ones. Laptop getting too hot for your…

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How To Open Up Your Laptop

Ever wondered how to open up your laptop? Not everyone is brave enough for the task. In fact, some would say don't even try this at home. However, here's a great video series by LaptopRepair.com on how to get inside your laptop and take a peak at the guts inside. The nice thing about this series is that they're in…

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Computer How-To Articles: Improving Your Computer’s Performance

How to Improve Your Computer's Performance Every so often, we like to take on a mini research project just for you. Today we'll be giving you a list of how-to articles and videos that will explain how to improve your computer's performance. Whether you're a Mac or a PC, there should be something here for you. If you don't find…

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5 Ways to Save for Your Business

Unbeatable Savings for Your Biz Whether you're saving for a rainy day or just saving, sometimes it's a tough job to find great deals for your business. However, in the spirit of entrepreneurial solidarity, and in honor of upcoming Labor Day, we'd like to share a few online resources we've benefited from. Group Deals for Businesses If you haven't heard…

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Great Resources for Free Stuff Online

The best things in life aren't always free, but it sure is nice to get stuff without paying. If you're shopping on a dime and got no time to wade through internet slush-piles, you might try some of these resources we've collected. Here are some favorite go-to places for free games, downloads and handy how-to videos. Best Source for Free…

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Hard Drive Data Recovery for Desperate Times

OK, so you slacked off on backing up your data. One day, your computer starts giving you critical errors and making a clicking/whirring sound.  Suddenly, you're desperate to recover your data by any means necessary. Your first option should be to engage the services of your local data recovery center, but with fees of $600+, that's not for everyone. If…

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