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  1. froggyboy604

    Do you feel desktop computer hardware repair help websites will become less popular?

    I feel fewer people may visit computer help websites related to fixing desktop computers and laptops in the future because more desktop and laptop computers are difficult to repair because they are becoming smaller in size and parts like RAM, CPU, and SSD storage drives are stuck on the circuit...
  2. froggyboy604

    How often do you experience broken power supply problems on desktop computers?

    I have not have a broken power supply with my for my desktop computers which I had been using for many years. I also no longer hear as many stories about as many PC users having broken power supply problems on newer desktop computer these days compared to the past where power supplies seem to...
  3. froggyboy604

    Should computer makers start adding 12GB of RAM on all average home desktop computers?

    I think adding 12GB of RAM to average home desktop computer can be a good idea. I read a few forum posts where people complain their computer with 8GB of RAM is using up most of the RAM when browsing the web with web browsers like Google Chrome and Firefox with many tabs open. Adding 12GB of RAM...
  4. froggyboy604

    ASUS May Launch Fewer Consumer Desktop Products Going Forward

    If a new report out of Taiwan is taken at face value, it appears that ASUS has decided to release fewer conventional consumer desktop computers going forward. The company will reportedly focus more on its enterprise sector in China and Taiwan instead, aside from focusing on all-in-one PC and...
  5. froggyboy604

    Global PC sales declined for eight consecutive quarters, Gartner reports

    Although a recent report states consumer satisfaction with desktops and laptops is on the rise, Gartner is now pointing out that shipments of desktops, laptops, and ultra-mobile “premiums” like the Surface devices declined 5.7 percent in the third quarter of 2016. This is a global number and...
  6. froggyboy604

    Kangaroo pocket-sized desktop computer now available for $99

    The Kangaroo Desktop Computer is a tiny Windows 10 PC that’s small enough to slide into a pocket. First unveiled this summer, the Kangaroo is now available for $99. The computer measures just 3″ x 2″ and weighs about 7 ounces. It has an Intel Atom x5-Z8500 Cherry Trail processor, 2GB of RAM and...
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