6 Solid Tips for Optimizing PC Gaming Performance

March 31, 2012 by  
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Yah, the thing with the animations, I’ve noticed that one change that made the most difference is the “desktop composition.” Which is for Windows 7 how your windows are kind of translucent. if you like the way it looks and don’t want to permanently disable it that way, you can actually go to the games’ exe files, right click on them, and then choose properties, and under the “Compatibility” tab, check “Disable Desktop Composition.” this way, whenever you run those games, it’ll turn off that feature. It’ll make the game run a little smoother if you noticed it chugging a little. I’m a little spoiled with my current build and don’t need to do any of those things yet though, lol.

And about disk defragmenter, I’m surprised this guy didn’t recommend this, but have it run automatically. I have mine scheduled to defragment all of my drives EVERY WEEK. mine is set to like Wednesday at 3am, so I shouldn’t notice it. And while the first time might take a while because your drive is very fragmented, if you let it do it every week, your drive will be barely fragmented by one week’s time so the defrag process should actually be very quick, like only a few minutes. So you won’t even notice it…

Most importantly though, is just preventative. DON’T click on any link promising “Free” anything. And no, you don’t win anything for being visitor so-and-so to a site. Don’t fall for any of these flashing banners. most of those sites will end up giving you spyware. Stay away from pr0n sites you find through googling popular terms, stay away from sites you find googling where to download illegal things like pirated games or free mp3′s, etc. etc. most of the time people get spyware and viruses from sites like those.

Use a good anti-virus program like Norton Anti-Virus, Kaspersky Anti-Virus, or Microsoft Security Essentials (which is free). Stay away from McAffee, that program will slow your computer down and it doesn’t even protect you that well, and even with Norton and Kaspersky, DON’T get anything other than “Anti-Virus.” like DON’T get Norton 360, Norton Internet Security, Kaspersky Internet Security, or any of those. They ARE such bloatware, it’s not even funny. They will slow your PC to a crawl. Their Anti-Virus programs provide all of the protection you need without slowing down your PC…

Use something like Spybot or Malwarebytes to clean your PC of any existing spyware that’s already there. that will help if your PC has been getting slower.

The thing you all have to remember is that PC’s don’t get magically slower on their own. most of the time it’s because of how all of these companies now when you install their software, it’s not simply that program that installs. They install a ton of useless crap that runs continuously in the background for whatever reason. So the more programs you install, the slower your PC will run unless you go to msconfig and startup programs and turn off all of those that are not absolutely needed, which is like most of them…

Then the other reason PC’s get slow is because off the users not reading pop-ups before they click on them. It seems like when a pop-up message appears, everyone just wants it to go away, so they click on anything without even reading what it said. then they complain that their PC isn’t working right… *shakes head*

Then there are the viruses and spyware. No, 99% of the time they don’t just magically appear, you clicked on something, opened something, or went somewhere that you shouldn’t have, and now you have them. again, not the PC’s fault, but there are free programs out there that will clean it up, so no biggie.

And I think I’ll be ok with the 8GB of RAM that I have, lol. The weird thing about memory is that the newest kind is actually the cheapest. Right now the new standard is DDR3. You can get 8GB of DDR3 memory for like $40-$60, which is pretty cheap, but try to get 4GB of DDR2 memory and you’ll notice the prices are much higher, and if your PC is still using DDR(1) memory, just don’t bother, unless you find a deal from someone who has some pulled old memory, just wait until you can upgrade your PC completely instead of wasting your money on overpriced obsolete memory…

Chávez march celebrates labor leader’s legacy, renamed street

March 31, 2012 by  
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Thousands marched along barricaded streets from the West side to Alamo Plaza on Saturday to pay tribute to the late César Chávez who championed the rights of migrant farm workers.

They wore T-shirts and waived signs with Chávez’ portrait, praising his humility in the face of antagonism and lacing speeches and chants with his iconic mantra, ” Si, se puede!”

Emotions reached a climax when marchers reached César E. Chávez Boulevard. Organizers rerouted the event — now in its 16th year — to include this street for the first time, underscoring a hard-fought victory last year to rename Durango Boulevard after Chávez.

The City Council approved it but faced a suit by the San Antonio Conservation Society, which claimed it disrupted the city’s obligations to protect its historic character. in July, a state district judge denied the society’s request for a temporary injunction, paving the way for a settlement and the eventual name change.

“I was told it could never be done; pick another street,” said Phillip Cortez, the ex-city councilman who formally proposed the name change, evoking cheers at a post-march program. “But (Chávez) fought so that people like me would have a seat at the table, and that all Americans could have equality.”

The group departed historic Plaza Guadalupe under a foggy morning sky and overtook Alamo Plaza by noon under a hot sun. they came from as far as Mexico and Michigan to file down the 3.5-mile route.

“That’s why this march starts in the barrio,” said Jaime Martinez, event organizer and CEO/founder of the César E. Chávez Legacy and Educational Foundation. “To give conscience to our city that we’re not finished. We’re going to keep fighting.”

Before their arrival, marchers paused at City Hall to hear remarks from Mayor Julián Castro and see him receive an award named for Chávez.

“It’s meaningful for our city because César Chávez helped ensure that so many of the hard working families here and throughout the United States could reach the American dream,” Castro said, his toddler daughter by his side.

Organizers estimated 10,000 people participated Saturday though no official estimate was taken. the procession stretched for at least seven blocks at its start — from the top of Guadalupe Street Bridge to Plaza Guadalupe.

Chávez’s son, Paul Chávez, led them, as grand marshal.

The show of support would have made his father proud, he said.

César E. Chávez died in 1993 and would have been 85 on Saturday. He cofounded what became the United Farm Workers of America in 1962. a Navy veteran, that military branch is set to name a noncombatant cargo ship after him on may 5 in San Diego.

For those who met the revered labor leader, including Ysau Flores, it will be a timely honor.

Flores’ mother was a migrant farm worker from Texas who toiled in the fields of Idaho and Michigan during the 1930s and ’40s, he said. she died from lung disease likely sparked by exposure to the kind of harmful pesticides from which Chávez sought to protect the labor class, said Flores, a retired educator who is the first in his family to graduate from college.

“Chávez was a poor man and humble, and saw how people’s lives had been taken advantage of,” said Flores, 60. “He was able to do something about that and stand up for their rights.”

Facebook: Don’t reveal your password to snooping employers

March 31, 2012 by  
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Has an employer or potential employer ever requested access to your Facebook account? if so, Facebook itself advises you to just say no.

Responding to growing complaints from employees over the practice, Facebook made its own position quite clear in a post published today. Noting an increase in the number of such requests from employers, the social network said they undermine both the security and the privacy of the user and the user’s friends.

And the practice can put employers themselves at risk.

Companies making such requests may not have the right policies or training in place to deal with private information, according to Facebook. further, companies might be held liable if the information they find proves problematic, such as a post that “suggests the commission of a crime.”

Employers could face other thorny legal issues, noted Facebook. “For example, if an employer sees on Facebook that someone is a member of a protected group (e.g. over a certain age, etc.) that employer may open themselves up to claims of discrimination if they don’t hire that person.”

Given the rise of these requests and the resulting concerns, Facebook is pointing to certain guidelines on its end.

“As a user, you shouldn’t be forced to share your private information and communications just to get a job,” Facebook said in its post. “And as the friend of a user, you shouldn’t have to worry that your private information or communications will be revealed to someone you don’t know and didn’t intend to share with just because that user is looking for a job. That’s why we’ve made it a violation of Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities to share or solicit a Facebook password.”

Of course, some employers aren’t likely to care about violating Facebook’s guidelines, which don’t carry any legal weight. So the company is also promising to work with lawmakers and even take legal action to protect the accounts and privacy of its users.

Facebook’s strong stance on this issue is certainly welcome. The social network often finds itself on the receiving end of complaints that it doesn’t respect or protect the privacy of its users.

But the trend of companies asking an employee or job applicant for their Facebook account has touched a nerve.

One recent report detailed job applicants for Maryland’s Division of Corrections being asked to log into their Facebook accounts during the interview and showing the interviewer all of the posts, friends, and other “private” information.

The controversy has even reached beyond the corporate world into the classroom. A 12-year-old girl has launched a lawsuit against her school for pressuring her to reveal her Facebook password.

And, of course, lawmakers are now getting into the act. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, a Democrat from Connecticut, is gearing up a bill that would prevent employers from asking for a job applicant’s password on Facebook and other social networks. The senator told the Associated Press yesterday that such a practice is an “unreasonable invasion of privacy for people seeking work.”

Ten tips to help stay connected in today’s always-on world

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When you can’t be where you need to be, you can still stay productive thanks to technology tools.

NAPSI: the reality of today’s always-on world means that life and work must keep moving. so when you can’t be where you need to be due to unplanned events such as bad winter weather, a family situation or a surprise meeting, let Microsoft Office help you stay productive no matter where you are.

“More and more, it seems the daily routine is anything but,” said Alisa Swann, productivity solution specialist at Microsoft. “While we can’t always anticipate what might come along and derail our day, we can be prepared for it. With tools from Office, it’s easy to stay connected to people and information, anytime, anywhere.”Swann recommends the following 10 tips to stay productive no matter what:1. Be a packrat. Store important documents for free on the Web so you can access them over the Internet or from a computer, iOS device or Windows Phone. 2. let Office be with you. Create, view, and edit documents from any Mac or PC connected to the Internet, with the free Microsoft Office Web Apps. 3. Seize the moment. Make a quick list, capture images and audio, in Microsoft OneNote on a Windows Phone or iOS device, then access and edit those notes on the Web. 4. Be as good as there. use Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Broadcast on the Mac or PC to present ideas to people in different locations. Participants can even view on their mobile phone. 5. Work together when you’re not together. Make revisions with others at the same time using co-authoring in Microsoft Word 2010 and the Word Web App on the Mac or PC. 6. Take people with you. Store contact information for all the important people you know in your Microsoft Outlook Address Book—so you’ll never be without a number, email or address.7. Mind your time. Manage your calendar and setup, move or cancel appointments on the Windows Phone with confidence.8. Don’t make them wait. Set an automatic reply from Outlook on your PC or Windows Phone to let people know you’re out. 9. Turn information around on the go. Receive, read, edit and send Office documents from virtually anywhere on a Windows Phone.10. Enhance your blog. Publish your “marooned manuscript” in a blog and enrich your story by embedding a PowerPoint slideshow. now it’s time to gear up, settle in and prepare to keep life moving. For more tips and resources, visit www.office.com/snoworshine.  North American Precis Syndicate, inc.

Console Gaming vs. Computer Gaming

March 31, 2012 by  
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It’s an age-old question that will only get more and more intense in the coming year as the Xbox 360 is in full swing and the PS3 and Revolution release. Which is better? What system is right for me? well, I would suggest both, but if you have to choose one or the other then you have to consider a few things.

Price is definitely a big issue. I mean, when’s the last time you didn’t even bat an eye when are buying something 500 bucks or more? The bottom line: Computer gaming is more expensive. Why? because computers aren’t made just for games. They are calculators, word processors, Internet navigators, music players, movie watchers, and photo editors. They are much more than a gaming machine. Consoles, on the other hand, generally aren’t. It’s only recently that consoles have gone online starting with the Dreamcast and I haven’t seen anyone printing off spreadsheets or book reports from one yet. Consoles are purely for gaming and run between 100-500 bucks. PCs on the other hand are much more than a gaming machine and run between 1,500-3,000 dollars and need to be upgraded every now and again to play the newest and greatest games.

Genre is an issue. if you are a Real Time Strategy fan and only have a console, I mourn for you. and if you are a platformer fan, then computer gaming will be a sad mistake. Genre makes a big deal because of the controller vs. keyboard/mouse issue. different games play much better on the different configurations. Computer gaming is best for Real Time Strategy (RTS) games, first Person Shooters (FPS), Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORG), Flight Simulation games, and Point and Click Adventure games. The consoles on the other hand are better for Fighting games, Action/Adventure games, Platformers, Role Playing Games (RPG), and Sports games.

Tech savvy can possibly be an issue. Computers are a little more unstable than consoles. I mean, when’s the last time you saw a Playstation lock up or get a blue screen of death? Never, right? The same thing comes in here. some computer games might be a little stubborn to set up the way your computer likes it or your computer might not meet the system requirements. Consoles, on the other hand, don’t have that problem. The people designing the games have to fit the requirements of the console so that you don’t have a problem. if you have a basic knowledge of computers, you’ll be fine. if you don’t, then a console might be better for you.

So as I’ve explained, if you want more than a gaming system for school and work or you just like gaming genres like RTS and MMORG games, I would go with a PC. if you love platformers, Action/Adventure, or Sports games or your wallet is a tad on the empty side, I’d go with a console. it won’t be able to surf the Internet or help you with anything else, but it’ll play some great games.

If you want a console by the end of this article, then you have 3 options at the moment. You could buy a Gamecube if you like innovation, buy a Xbox if you like the best graphics and FPS games, or buy a PS2 if you want a huge library of games or love fighting games, Action/Adventure games, platformers, and RPG games. You also have another option. You could wait until the Xbox 360 comes out this month and get that or wait until the Nintendo Revolution and PS3 come out next year.

If you want advise on gaming computers and computer gaming, then gaming-computers-authority.com is a great resource for all your questions and even has a tutorial on building your own computer.

Refurbished Laptops: What To Look For

March 31, 2012 by  
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Planning to buy a new laptop? but due to monetary restrictions do not have the means to buy it? Worry no more! you can still buy a laptop at a lower cost by purchasing a refurbished laptop. almost every one of us has used or heard the term refurbished in one way or the other but some do not know what it really means. . These laptops are machines returned by the customers for a number of factors. The companies then spend some time fixing these laptops and sell them in the market at a lower price. . Refurbished laptops are as good as the new ones when it comes to performance.

Refurbished laptops have allowed almost everyone to own a laptop. even those who can afford a new laptop at times choose a refurbished laptop.

Refurbished laptops are a blessing to people who are buying a laptop under a budget The customer base of refurbished laptops consists of almost all age brackets and people from all forms of life. The refurbished laptops are economical, long lasting and as good as new. It can be said that the performance is not exactly the same as that of new machines that are powered by the same equipment. This argument is correct to some extent but the difference is not that great.

One advantage of purchasing a refurbished machine is that they are offered on discount. so they allow great savings. . At times they are 50% cheaper than the cost of an original laptop. . The performance is excellent and they are powered by original software. plus a user can easily switch to a different model without paying a fortune.

There are not many cons of a refurbished laptop. The top disadvantage that is witnessed by only a minimal amount of users is that the screen might have minor scratches. These scratches keep on reminding that the laptop was not new. . Another con is the short warranty period. The used laptops normally have a warranty of 90 days.

Buying a refurbished laptop is very easy. . just log on to a search engine and type refurbished laptops. . All your problems will be solved. . if you are not a fan of online buying then contact the local dealer. Sometimes they also have some refurbished machines in their stock that are up for sale. .

For most tasks a refurbished laptop works just fine. Computers gets outdated very fast and there is not much point in spending an arm and a leg on a new one. Check out the linked page for more information: refurbished laptops

ON Semiconductor Supports Next Generation High-Speed Interfaces with Low Quiescent Current 4- and 6-Channel Switches

March 31, 2012 by  
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PHOENIX–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ON Semiconductor (Nasdaq: ONNN), a premier supplier of high performance silicon solutions for energy efficient electronics, has introduced two new multiple-channel differential switching ICs in single pole, double throw (SPDT) switch configurations for high frequency signals such as PCI Express 3.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 I/O signals. Target applications include notebook computers, desktop computers, servers and network storage equipment.

“as a result, these devices deliver the signal integrity levels needed to support the latest high-speed interface standards now being specified for system designs.”

the NCN3612B is a 6-channel differential SPDT switch that supports 8 gigabits per second (Gbps) data transfer due to its high bandwidth. It has an on-state capacitance (CON) of 2.1 pF (typical) and an on-state resistance (RDSON) of 8 ohms (Ω) (typical). this is complemented by the NCN3411, which is a 4-channel differential switch also capable of supporting 8 Gbps operation. It has a CON of 2 pF (typical) and a RDSON of 7.5 Ω (typical). These attributes make the two new devices highly suited to routing PCI Express 3.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 I/O signals.

“Because of their intrinsically low CON and RDSON figures, the NCN3612B and NCN3411 offer both faster data edge rates and lower insertion losses,” said Thibault Kassir, director for Interface and Power Products at ON Semiconductor. “As a result, these devices deliver the signal integrity levels needed to support the latest high-speed interface standards now being specified for system designs.”

the NCN3612B has a power supply voltage range of 3 volts (V) to 3.6 V and draws a supply current of just 250 microamps (µA) (typical), while the NCN3411 has a power supply voltage range of 1.5 V to 2.0 V and draws a supply current of 200 µA. These new devices have an operational ambient temperature range of −40 °C to +85 °C.

Packaging and Pricing

the NCN3612B is offered in a Pb-free, 56-pin WQFN (5 mm x 11 mm x 0.75 mm) package and is priced at $1.30 per unit in 2,000 unit quantities. the NCN3411 is offered in a Pb-free, 42-pin WQFN (3.5 mm x 9 mm x 0.75 mm) package and is priced at $1.15 per unit in 2,000 unit quantities.

About ON Semiconductor

ON Semiconductor (Nasdaq: ONNN) is a premier supplier of high performance, energy efficient, silicon solutions for green electronics. the company’s broad portfolio of power and signal management, logic, discrete and custom devices helps customers efficiently solve their design challenges in automotive, communications, computing, consumer, industrial, LED lighting, medical, military/aerospace and power applications. ON Semiconductor operates a world-class, value-added supply chain and a network of manufacturing facilities, sales offices and design centers in key markets throughout North America, Europe, and the Asia Pacific regions. For more information, visit onsemi.com.

ON Semiconductor and the ON Semiconductor logo are registered trademarks of Semiconductor Components Industries, LLC. all other brand and product names appearing in this document are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective holders. Although the company references its Web site in this news release, such information on the Web site is not to be incorporated herein.

How To Speed Up, Clean Up And Revive Your iPhone

March 31, 2012 by  
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Your iPhone is a powerful computer, and powerful computers benefit from cleaning and maintenance. Here are some simple, easy–to-follow tips to give your trusted iPhone a new spring in its step.

Generally, cleaning up your iPhone (or iPod Touch or iPad) is a straightforward process where you check and tinker with your hard drive consumption. we haven’t seen a hard statistic for how much space it’s good to keep free on your iPhone, but as a general rule, it’s handy to leave at least 500MB-1GB of free space when you can. this frees up enough room for apps to store data so you don’t have to worry about crashes.

If you’re running short on data storage on your iPhone, it’s time to clean up and take a look at which apps are taking up the most space and why. On your phone, tap Settings > General > Usage. Here you’ll find a list of your apps and how much space they’re taking up.

In the screenshot on the right you can see that the Camera+ app is taking up 273 MB of storage. why? it has its own built-in camera roll. this means the app is storing a second set of photos on top of the default photo app. Tap through each of your apps that are taking up a lot of space and you’ll probably find a few more offenders. Twitter, for instance, is a 13.5MB app, but somehow manages to take up 383MB for documents and data.

The solution? For apps like cameras you can go into the app itself and delete all the extra pictures. However, for Twitter your only option is to delete and reinstall the app. once you do, the usage will drop to around 10MB and start climbing up again over time.

If your iPhone is struggling with battery life the easiest fixes are available in your Settings menu. We’ve gone through the biggest offenders on your iPhone’s battery life before and disabling the following settings can increase your battery life significantly:

  • Push notifications for email (Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars).
  • Push notifications for apps (Settings > Notifications).
  • Location Services (Settings > Location Services).
  • Disable Ping (Settings > General >Restrictions > Ping).

You can enable and disable most of the above settings on a per-app basis; if you like having one or two apps sending you notifications you can keep them, but you don’t need notifications for everything.

It’s a good idea to take a look back at your iTunes syncing settings when you’re cleaning up your phone. this is especially the case if you’ve started using alternatives to the default apps. For instance, if you’ve picked up our favourite podcast manager for iPhone, Downcast, you don’t need to continue syncing the podcasts you download in iTunes at the same time.

The same goes for calendars, email, contacts, and the rest of the default apps. Uncheck any boxes that don’t apply to you to help speed up the syncing process. For instance, if you don’t use the default calendar you have no reason to sync it every time you plug in your phone. The same goes for Safari bookmarks, contacts and mail.

Uninstall Unnecessary Apps

A lot of iPhone users are addicted to apps. We’ve gone over a few ways to clean up your app usage by creating a most used page and a second holding bin page to test new apps. If you’re the type who downloads tons of apps on a daily basis it’s necessary to clean up your home screen and take a close look at all the apps you didn’t end up liking. Delete them and free up hard drive space and declutter your home screen in one simple step.

Remove and clean Your Case (If You Use One)

We’ve shown you how to clean and disinfect your gadgets before and if you’re busy optimising the insides of your iPhone, you might as well clean up the outside too. this is especially important if you use a case because over time dust and dirt get trapped in-between the case and iPhone. The dust can end up scratching the back of your iPhone if you’re not careful. If you have a rubber case you can clean it with a solution of water and Windex.

In general iPhones don’t need a lot of maintenance, but hard drives fill up quickly and that’s the biggest cause of problems further down the line. As always, when you’re cleaning everything above don’t forget that a good old hard reset (hold home button and power button until it restarts) can do wonders for your iPhone’s speed. have any iphone cleaning tips we left out? Share them with us in the comments.

Child Support Services lose computer storage info

March 31, 2012 by  
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A contractor has lost computer storage devices containing personal identity information for more than 800,000 individuals who are on file with the child support system, state officials said Thursday.

the devices apparently were lost while in transit from Colorado to California, and there is no indication that they are in criminal hands. Still, the California Department of Child Support Services has sent letters to everyone affected, recommending that they be on the lookout for credit card fraud or identity theft.

“Even though we have no reason to believe our customers’ files have been accessed, we want them to be aware” of the need to take precautions, said Connie DaMant, a spokesperson for the department. “This is a first, and we certainly hope it’s a last.”

The state was notified on March 12 that four of 15 data backup storage tapes were missing from an airplane shipment being flown west on behalf of the state’s contractor, Iron Mountain Inc. the starting point was a Colorado facility operated by International Business Machines.

“What we believe at this time is that the containers were not properly secured” when they either were packed or placed on the airplane, said Christine Lally of the California Technology Agency. “They opened during transit and the tapes spilled out.”

The next two weeks were spent determining if the devices indeed were missing, and determining which of the 4.3 million participants in the state’s child support system were at risk.

The missing files contain information already in the system, so there should be no disruption to the state’s 1.4 million active support cases, DaMant said. but they include the types of data that identity thieves seek – such as Social Security numbers, driver license numbers and health service providers.

In a statement from the Child Support Services announcing the “security incident,” interim Director Kathleen Hrepich stressed that “the devices are in a specialized format” that would prevent use by someone who found them or impulsively made off with them.

Besides sending letters to the affected individuals, the department has set up a toll-free number – (866) 904-7674. There also is information on the department website, childsup.ca.gov.

This article appeared on page C – 5 of the San Francisco Chronicle

Information Assurance and Computer Security – rfp1f846’s Space

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Title:Information Assurance and Computer Security Author:J.P. Thomas and M. Essaaidi, Editors Publisher:IOS Press ISBN:3696136996 ISBN33: Date3116-33-13 Pages:333 Language:English Format: PDF Size:3.96 MB

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