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European Union Fines Microsoft Nearly $1 Billion For Refusing to Give Users Browser Options

Mar 21st 2013 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog PC Protection News | 0 Comment

European Union Fines Microsoft Nearly $1 Billion For Refusing to Give Users Browser Options

Many PC users know the pain of using Internet Explorer. Although I always use Chrome on my own computers, I will inevitably stumble across a friend’s computer or a public PC with Internet Explorer installed. And when that happens, I always sigh and think of how much longer the most basic tasks will take. Fortunately for those who dislike Internet Explorer as much as I do, the European Union h

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Lenovo Doesn’t Like the Term “Post-PC” And Uses “PC Plus” Instead

Jan 19th 2013 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Fix PC Free News | 0 Comment

Lenovo Doesn’t Like the Term “Post-PC” And Uses “PC Plus” Instead

For the past few years, Windows critics (most notably Apple) have argued that we’re living in a post-PC world. Desktop PCs are becoming rarer and rarer, and people are buying tablets or smartphones instead of big ol’ computers. While some believe that desktop PCs are dying out, others argue that we’re not living in a post-PC world at all –we’re just living in a PC Plus world. What

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iPad 5 Rumors Emerge, Could Be Announced in March 2013

Dec 27th 2012 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Tips | 0 Comment

iPad 5 Rumors Emerge, Could Be Announced in March 2013

Today’s tech media live off Apple rumors. From iPhones to iPads to “revolutionary new devices” that we’ve never even heard of, tech websites need Apple rumors like humans need oxygen. And so here we are reporting another round of iPad rumors. This time, it’s for the fifth-generation iPad, making it the iPad 5. As usual, these rumors come from “supply chain sources” in China and in

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What’s new with iTunes 11

Dec 1st 2012 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Software Fixes | 0 Comment

What’s new with iTunes 11

If you’re an iTunes user, then you may have recently been prompted to download iTunes 11. But what’s the big deal about Apple’s latest upgrade to one of its most popular software programs? Is it worth taking a few minutes to download? Here are all the new features Apple has included with iTunes 11: No more sidebar We probably didn’t have to tell you about this change because it’s im

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Apple beefs up computer security by automatically disabling Java on all OS X systems

Oct 20th 2012 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Fix PC Free News | 0 Comment

Apple beefs up computer security by automatically disabling Java on all OS X systems

Apple has always been wary of third-party plugins. The tech giant made headlines when it refused to allow flash on iOS, which means iPad and iPhone users have never been able to access any Flash-related media. And now, it looks like OS X users will receive a similar restriction that prevents them from using Java. Today, Apple announced that all Lion and Mountain Lion versions of Mac OS X (60% o

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What does the Apple v. Samsung verdict mean for you?

Aug 26th 2012 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Fix PC Free News | 0 Comment

What does the Apple v. Samsung verdict mean for you?

We couldn’t call ourselves a technology blog if we didn’t comment on one of the biggest tech stories of the year – the fact that Apple beat Samsung in a multibillion dollar copyright infringement settlement in South Korea this past week. The South Korean jury ruled in favor of Apple in overwhelming fashion, awarding the creator of the iPhone and iPad a whopping $1.05 billion in damages. S

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