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Windows uses a page file to store data that can’t be held by your computer’s random-access memory when it fills up. While you can tweak the page file settings, Windows can manage the page file fine on its own.

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For many readers, the weather is getting chillier and that means more time indoors. What better time to take a look at the best co-op games around? Jump in and put in a nod for your favorite game and setup.

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Internet Explorer 9 does well as a browser, but what if things did not run as smoothly as one liked? That is where this humorous parody video of the official Internet Explorer 9 commercial steps in…

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Are you ready for a new version of Angry Birds? Then rejoice, you are less than a month away from an awesome new release of everyone’s favorite bird-slinging, pig smashing game! Prepare for a journey to a galaxy far, far away…

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Think you know the answer? Click through to see if you're right!

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Density columns, layers of varying density liquid in a glass cylinder, are nothing new in the world of science demonstrations, but this nine layer one with seven floating objects is something to see.

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The man who powered on the first LED half a century ago is still around to talk about it; read on to watch an interview with LED inventor Nick Holonyak.

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Reasonable Price [Manu Cornet - Bonkers World Blog]

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Much like you can map out volcanic eruptions to create a neat pattern around the Pacific Ring of Fire, you can also map out hurricanes and tropical storms. Check out this high-resolution visualization to see the pattern forme...

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