Why to consider Mozilla as your browser

There is a never-ending battle on the internet with three major competitors, and that is the fight to be the best browser. While Microsoft have been arguably beaten to third place, Edge has made something of a comeback with Windows 10. However, the big two are Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Here is our argument as to why Mozilla Firefox is the best browser.

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Computer Running Slow? Try These Tricks


Remember when your computer was brand new? It was so bright and shiny and everything ran so fast! A few months or a year later, though, and there is a definite lag and sometimes it even crashes. What gives? You’re just doing the same stuff you’ve always done. Why is everything moving more slowly now? Your computer isn’t old enough to start wearing down!

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How to find the perfect PC for you


When it comes to finding the perfect PC, there are a few things you need to consider. The perfect PC should provide you with everything you need. You can begin by looking at certain brands depending on your budget and requirements, or you can consider a custom-built computer if a pre-built model isn’t good enough. Below, we take a look at how to find the perfect PC for you.

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How to Spend Less on Running Your Home Computer Setup


Whether you run a small business from your home, you freelance, you are a student, or you simply need a reliable computer set up to maintain important files, pay household bills, and more, there are ways to run and manage your home computer setup without breaking the bank.

Continue reading for a few helpful tips that you can implement right away so that you can start saving money while having the most efficient home office of your dreams.

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HP Previews New IPS and Internet Monitors

Hewlett-Packard (HP) presented a product preview of several new professional and consumer desktop computers yesterday afternoon at the Edelman Offices in Manhattan. The presentation pointed to HP’s future, which seems to be streamlining its efforts toward more all-in-ones, as opposed to the more traditional tower and monitor design, in response to consumer demand. Many of the new products presented will not be available in the United States until August or September of this year, but one of the most interesting models is already on the market as of today.

The HP Passport 1912nm Internet Monitor is a relatively inexpensive option for direct access to online content without the use of a PC. Starting at $259, the monitor provides quick and easy internet service through its “plug-and-play” set-up, and is especially designed for consumer-oriented business environments such as lobbies, waiting rooms, cyber cafes, airports and conference centers. According to HP’s official press release, this monitor “delivers access to email, videos, images and music through an easy web interface with a locked-down operating system that prevents vulnerability to viruses. With an Ethernet input and plug-and-play connectivity options, the HP Passport 1912nm offers a four-in-one HP Media Card Reader and five USB ports to support digital cameras and other accessories.”

Also previewed yesterday, and expected to hit the U.S. market on June 24, was the new HP 2311xi IPS LED Backlit Monitor, which features a 23-inch diagonal full HD display in an ultra-slim chassis designed to fit into any environment without taking up too much space. Its IPS panel technology provides an exceptionally sharp, clear picture with rich, vibrant colors and wide viewing angles. Perhaps its most unique and exciting feature is its 178-degree viewing angle, which makes photo or video sharing, as well as gaming, much more convenient for large groups of people. With this monitor, even sitting far to the side of the screen allows for a comfortable and clear viewing experience, making any seat in the house as good as any other.

HP continues to be on the vanguard of exciting new professional and consumer products that make life easier in both business and pleasure settings. As Jun Kim, vice president and general manager of HP’s Display Business Unit, says, “The needs of customers continue to evolve, and HP is well-positioned to meet these new demands by expanding its award-winning display portfolio. HP’s new IPS monitors bring professional-grade technology directly to consumers, while our internet monitor serves as a new tool for businesses to engage with their patrons.”