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This update is for everyone using Intel HD integrated graphics. Not sure what kind of graphics your PC has? Learn how to find this info here.

The SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED Blue Screen of Death error is often caused by outdated software or bad drivers. Here’s how to fix it.

There are upsides and downsides to using a TV, rather than a monitor, as your PC’s primary display. Find out if a TV is right for your PC.

The BAD_POOL_CALLER Blue Screen of Death error in Windows 7 and Windows 8 has to do with bad drivers. Find out how to update them here.

Everyone uses hashtags (“#”) on Twitter to organize and collect Tweets. But here’s an innovative way to use this idea to organize your files in the cloud.

Cloning a Hard Drive the Easy Way

Cloning a drive is like duplicating its contents all at once from one drive to another. It’s useful when moving to an SSD drive. Learn how to clone here.

The GTX 600 series of nVidia GeForce graphics cards has just had a stable driver release, 314.22. Gain a substantial performance increase with this update.

Disabling Windows Services Safely

Windows runs many services in the background, but many of these aren’t needed. Disabling specific Windows Services can speed up your PC.

The Driver Power State Failure Blue Screen of Death occurs when your PC goes into Sleep Mode or comes out of it. Here’s how to fix it.

The sfc /scannow command, in any version of Windows, is highly important for getting your Windows system back to normal in case of corruption. Learn how.

Windows 7 Service Pack 1, or SP1, is a big update to Windows 7 that used to be optional. Microsoft has now made it mandatory. Find out why you need it.

Sometimes it’s important to run an older version of Windows within your newer version, for compatibility or testing purposes. Here’s how to do that.

Learn all about GeForce’s latest beta driver update, especially designed for the GeForce GTX 680. You’ll see a significant performance increase.

How to Use Windows 8 Refresh and Reset

Refresh and Reset are two new functions of Windows 8 that restore your Windows machine to an earlier state. Learn how to use them here.

Using the Quick Access Menu in Windows 8

The Quick Access Menu, also called the Expert Menu and the Power User Menu, is a kind of substitute for the Start Menu in Windows 8.

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