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Dropbox doubles storage space for paying users and adds new 500GB plan

Jul 11th 2012 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Fix PC Free News | 0 Comment

Dropbox doubles storage space for paying users and adds new 500GB plan

Have you ever thought to yourself, “I need 500GB of online storage space”? If so, then an announcement made by Dropbox today will make you happy. The online cloud storage website released a 500GB storage plan that costs approximately $49.99 per month. The 500GB storage plan eclipses previous plans which ran at 100GB and 50GB. The 100GB plan cost $19.99 per month and the 50GB plan cost $9.99

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Fix your PC for free today with Internet Explorer update

Jul 10th 2012 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Fix PC Free News | 0 Comment

Fix your PC for free today with Internet Explorer update

On one Tuesday out of every month, Microsoft releases a series of patches for all of its software products. Today, Tuesday July 10, Microsoft released quite a few of those updates, including one critically important update for Internet Explorer. The update addresses a serious security vulnerability that allows remote code execution in Internet Explorer. In other words, hackers can insert a spec

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Windows 8 finally gets a release date…sort of

Jul 9th 2012 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Fix PC Free News | 0 Comment

Windows 8 finally gets a release date…sort of

As readers of the Fix My PC Free blog probably know, Windows 8 is currently in development and is expected to be released later this year. However, up until today, Windows 8 had been labelled with a vague “second half of 2012” release date, which didn’t exactly narrow it down. The timing of the Windows 8 Consumer Preview led many to assume that the full operating system would be released

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Ultrabook sales surge amid struggling laptop PC market

Jul 4th 2012 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Fix PC Free News | 0 Comment

Ultrabook sales surge amid struggling laptop PC market

When you think of laptop PCs, the word ‘high-quality’ doesn’t always come to mind. That’s because most PC manufacturers focus on attracting lower-end consumers interested in sub-$500 laptops. This means most PC manufacturers cut corners, leading to lower-quality laptops and diminishing public perception of PCs. That’s why Intel’s new line of Ultrabooks is good for fans of the PC. By

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