Category: Hardware

March 7, 2012 /

Transferring large amounts of data through a portable device like pen drives can be time consuming. With slow speed of writing and reading it is some times irritating. Now, I am going to tell you a process through which you can increase the performance of your pen drive without using any extra software; you just need to have windows installed on the system. Follow the following steps: 1. Connect your pen drive to the USB port on your system. 2. Format the pen drive using either exFAT format or NTFS(Since FAT32 doesn’t support large files). Note:- Remember exFAT will not…

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November 17, 2011 /

Intel will focus on touch-based ultrabooks running Windows 8 for the next 12 months, CEO Paul Otellini claims. On Tuesday during the Intel Capital Global Summit in Huntington Beach, Calif., CEO Paul Otellini said that the company will focus on touch-based ultrabooks running Windows 8 during the next 12 months. But he also acknowledged that the company and its partners will need to get the cost of touch technology under control before any kind of product hits the market. “To hit the volume price points, we need to span $699 and up, and that’s the goal for next year,” he…

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October 18, 2010 /

Plenty of tools for processor stability testing and overclocking are available. Finding out the stable state of the cpu is a cumbersome process. You need to do this by trial and error method. Moreover over processor overclocking is some thing which is very risky beginners should avoid it until they gain the knowledge to do it properly. But here is an extremely useful processor stability testing application for the intel processors. The utility is called IntelBurnTest. Intel have coded the software in such a way that amd processors wont support it. But the tool will work with even the old intel processors such as the Pentium III.…

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