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I am an Engineer of Telecommunications that love computers. My first computer was a Commodore 16kb, about 25 years ago and since then I am always fighting computers problems. Please visit my entries and ask me about whatever problem you have, I will be pleased to help you. My email is discoveryourpc [at] gmail [dot] com. You can follow me on twitter @agenlu or read my blog www.discoveryourpc.net

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Best Technology Blog Posts of the Week (November 13, 2010)

Posted by Angel Luis On November - 13 - 2010Comments Off on Best Technology Blog Posts of the Week (November 13, 2010)

Because the internet is more than just Windows Guides, we have prepared a selection of the best technology posts of this week.

Do you have an iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch? Have you ever have an application that is not responding to your commands? Check this article by Alex on HowToGeek.

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There are several folders in your computer that can increase size without you having knowledge of it. It’s very common that programs use temporary files. Every browser also uses caches and cookies.

The Folders

Some of these applications don’t delete these files after they are used. In this post I am going to explain how to obtain information about the size of the following folders:

Temporary Folder

This folder which is usually located at “C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Temp” is used for almost every program to store its temporary files.

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An Opinion About Graphics Hardware Accelerations on Browsers

Posted by Angel Luis On October - 17 - 20101 COMMENT

I’m a big reader and an enthusiastic about Tech blogs; it’s no mystery why I write for Windows Guides. I have noticed, and I suppose that many of you too, that there’s a lot of expectation about using graphics hardware acceleration on browsers. Just this week, I have read at least 20 posts about this subject. This has been so important that the new version of Internet Explorer is basing its released with a huge focus on this feature.

But, what are we really talking about?

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Best Technology Blog Posts of the Week (October 17th 2010)

Posted by Angel Luis On October - 17 - 2010Comments Off on Best Technology Blog Posts of the Week (October 17th 2010)

Because the internet is more than just Windows Guides, we have prepared a selection of the best technology posts of this week.

Have you a web page on internet? Do you want to know exactly who is linking to your site? Read the following article by Jonathan Simon on the Official Google Webmaster Central Blog.

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Best Technology Blog Posts of the Week (October 11th 2010)

Posted by Angel Luis On October - 11 - 2010Comments Off on Best Technology Blog Posts of the Week (October 11th 2010)

Because there is more to the internet outside Windows Guides, we have prepared a selection of the best technology posts of this week.

Do you like Google Chrome?, Do you know that you can use it to play? Read the following post by Saikat Basu on MakeUseOf about Google’s browser:

10 Extensions for Playing Fun Games on Google Chrome

Are you planning on making a video of what happens in your PC? Do you know Microsoft has a free utility that you will love? Read the article by Armit Agarwal on Digital Inspiration:

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Remove Viruses And Malware in Safe Mode [How To]

Posted by Angel Luis On October - 8 - 20104 COMMENTS

Being infected by virus or malware is something very common these days. Sometimes it’s very hard to remove these infections. Modern forms of malware try to avoid detection by altering the Operating System. Others attack your antivirus so it cannot work properly. This means that if you get infected by a virus newer than your antivirus definitions there is a chance you can’t get rid of it.

In this post I am going to address this problem and show you a way to solve it.

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