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Moving your Steam and Origin games to a new OS installation

Tweakipedia Moving your Steam and Origin games to a new OS installation

A how-to guide on getting your Steam and Origin folders migrated over to a new Windows installation

Slipstreaming Windows Updates into a Windows ISO

Tweakipedia Slipstreaming Windows Updates into a Windows ISO

Speed up your Windows installation by slipstreaming all of the Windows Updates into an ISO file

Using the Windows Updates Downloader to speed up your installation

Tweakipedia Using the Windows Updates Downloader to speed up your installation

Speed up the Windows installation process with Windows Updates Downloader

Norton Mobile Security (reviewed on an Android device)

Norton Mobile Security (reviewed on an Android device)

Norton Mobile Security is here to protect your smartphone and everything in it. Let's take a close look at what it does.

How to install Windows from a USB stick with a Windows ISO file

Tweakipedia How to install Windows from a USB stick with a Windows ISO file

Want to install Windows from a USB flash drive? It's simple!

Whatever happened to Comodo Time Machine?

Whatever happened to Comodo Time Machine?

Comodo Time Machine (CTM) is a very rare freeware Instant Recovery/Snapshot utility that has been left wandering in the wasteland of underdevelopment for far too long. A new version 3.0 is currently under...

SuperSpeed RamDisk Plus 11 Software Review

SuperSpeed RamDisk Plus 11 Software Review

With today's RAM prices at an all-time low, it has never been a better time to stuff your motherboard with as much RAM as it can hold. Modern systems can take a lot of it, and there is a certain breed...

Instant Recovery / Snapshot Software Review and Guide: Rollback RX

Instant Recovery / Snapshot Software Review and Guide: Rollback RX

Why go into all the trouble of troubleshooting and repairing software problems when you can just undo them all in mere seconds at the next reboot? Let's discuss Rollback RX.

How to build a new virtual machine using VMware Workstation 9

Tweakipedia How to build a new virtual machine using VMware Workstation 9

Building a new virtual machine within VMware Workstation 9

Give your desktop some breathing room by making some changes to your taskbar

Tweakipedia Give your desktop some breathing room by making some changes to your taskbar

Need more space in Windows? Do some tweaks to your taskbar to increase your work space!

Microsoft Windows 8 and Metro UI: The (d)evolution of the world's most popular OS

Microsoft Windows 8 and Metro UI: The (d)evolution of the world's most popular OS

Tasos delivers his thoughts on Windows 8 and Metro UI and why it could be the (d)evolution of the world's most popular OS, as well as Microsoft's reasons for the UI design in the new OS.

Unigine Heaven Benchmark 4.0 Overview and Test Results

Unigine Heaven Benchmark 4.0 Overview and Test Results

Unigine Benchmark 4.0 is here to give your system a work out - our GPUs are wiping the sweat off their faces.

Rightware Basemark X Tested on Several Popular Mobile Devices

Rightware Basemark X Tested on Several Popular Mobile Devices

Futuremark last week, Rightware this week - Basemark X wants to melt your smart device with its benchmarking stress. Let's take a look at this new mobile benchmark.

3DMark for Android: Tested on Several Popular Android Devices

3DMark for Android: Tested on Several Popular Android Devices

Futuremark tunes into the mobile world with 3DMark for Android, benchmarking just became a whole lot cooler for smartphones and tablets.

Light Virtualization Software Review and Guide: Shadow Defender

Light Virtualization Software Review and Guide: Shadow Defender

When it comes to Light Virtualization very few programs perform as well as Shadow Defender. This lightweight program is easy to use, bloat-free, and light on system resources; yet it possesses the power...

Light Virtualization and Instant Recovery Software: A great overall safety net for your computer

Light Virtualization and Instant Recovery Software: A great overall safety net for your computer

If you were under the impression that a firewall/anti-virus/anti-malware suite and a full system backup are the only tools at your disposal in order to keep your system safe, think again.

TRIM Check: Overview of an essential SSD TRIM functionality tester

TRIM Check: Overview of an essential SSD TRIM functionality tester

If you have ever wondered whether TRIM actually works on your SSD or not, look no further. There is a little freeware utility now available that simplifies TRIM functionality testing.

What's a good result for the new 3DMark? I'd like to know if my system is running well or not

Ask the Experts: What's a good result for the new 3DMark? I'd like to know if my system is running well or not

What is a good result in 3DMark?

The next-gen 3DMark is here, we take it for a quick spin around the block

The next-gen 3DMark is here, we take it for a quick spin around the block

We take Futuremark's new benchmarking software for a spin, how does 3DMark look in 2013?

Taking a look at MEGA (beta) - cloud storage, done safely?

Taking a look at MEGA (beta) - cloud storage, done safely?

We take a look at Kim Dotcom's MEGA - from the ashes of Megaupload, we have a new cloud storage player in town.

Sapphire TRIXX Video Card Tweak Utility Overview

Sapphire TRIXX Video Card Tweak Utility Overview

We take a look at Sapphire's tweaking and overclocking utility called TRIXX and see what it brings to the table for your AMD Radeon video card.

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