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Organizing your Digital Photos

Now that every cell phone has a camera, our memories have never been better. Never again are we likely to miss the opportunity to photograph an incredible moment like a baby’s first steps. As wonderful as our tech-assisted photographic memory is, we have to admit there can be a downside. With many different cameras, and […]

The Best of CES 2017

Every January, tech fans the world over look forward to CES (formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, where the coolest new gadgets are on full display. As you might imagine, we here at Friendly PC are no exception, and wait eagerly to learn about the exciting tech that is coming down the […]

Setting Up a New Computer

Did you get a brand new PC for Christmas? Congratulations! A new, high-powered gadget is one of our favorite holiday gifts, so we know how excited you are to get your new computer set up. We’re here to help! Today, we’re going to explore the steps for a seamless transition from an older computer to […]

How Much RAM Does Your Computer Need?

In our last post, we discussed an easy way to pick a CPU. Today, we want to talk about another component that’s very important to a computer’s performance: random-access memory (RAM). Much like the human brain, a computer’s memory is basically split into two categories: short-term and long-term. RAM is your computer’s short-term memory: it […]

Password Management 101

When we think of computer security, the word “password” immediately jumps to our mind; our own unique combination of letters, numbers, and symbols that gives us secret access to our personal accounts and information. But is your password really protecting you? If you believe the statistics (and you should!), probably not. Don’t misunderstand us, here: […]

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