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M.2 Controller Comparison

So as I am starting to create pricing sheets for PCs I sell and starting to include 8th gen Intel CPUs and I started to look at the different options for the motherboards. One of the major options is the M.2 slots. Looking at the various ASUS MBs with M.2 there are a […]

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Computer Electronics

When I went to College my major was Computer Electronics Engineering. The last year was geared to my TR. This is a project you build that is computer related. My TR (which won the TR of the year) was a remote control device over the phone to control devices. This was 1991. There […]

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Firefox better than Chrome

I have used Firefox since version 1. Was not a big fan of Internet Explorer. When I had major issues of IE in XP and 7 and could not fix but Firefox was fine I really switch. What I really like of Firefox is its customize and its great add-ons. When IE was […]

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Smartwatch Review

I just want to say that I am no expert on smartphone watches. This is my review of what I have used and see what is out there.

So the first thing in buying a smartwatch is basically what phone you have. If you have an iPhone then you have to get an IOS phone […]

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I Use Dropbox And Why

I have tried most cloud data service. Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive are the 3 major ones. I am sure there are many others that I have tried and not tried but I like to use something that is popular and compatible. Dropbox is one of the oldest and one of the most compatible […]

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ASUS

The company ASUS is one of the greatest computer component I love. I ONLY use ASUS motherboards for my PCs and my low end servers. Why? Over the last 27+ years I have dealt with PCs and mostly the ones I have built are with ASUS Motherboards. They may be a bit more […]

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Firefox Tip: Add Close button on one Tab

I’m a Firefox user. I like the option of closing the window when there is only one Tab open. You can do a keyboard shortcut of CTRL-W but I prefer the little close X on the Tab. To do this you go into the about:config in Firefox. Look for

browser.tabs.closeWindowWithLastTab

Click on it and change […]

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Dropbox vs Google Drive vs OneDrive

Over the years I have tried and use the main syncing utilities to sync files from PC to PC. They are great for what I do and can’t see how to live with out them. I started with Dropbox since its the oldest. There was a product before I use to use till […]

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TV Thickness Over The Years

Well over the years I have 3 types of TV’s. CRT, LCD and LED. There is OLED but I can’t afford it. It looks nice but there is a current life to the TV compared to the others.

So I will start with my first large TV. Its a 32 inch Panasonic TV. At the […]

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The PC Is Not DEAD!

I see and hear all this “The PC is Dead”. Really?? For a business perspective NO. Lets see your secretary use an iPad for word processor. Every business I know will always use a desktop running Windows. With XP ending support in 2014 I can see the sell of PC’s going up for […]

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