PC Utility Tools posts

Jan 28th 2014

PC Options That Are Worth the Money

You can spend from $400 to $4,000 on a new computer, and even the cheapest model will work
perfectly fine. So what's the price difference all about? For the most part, it's in the options.

No matter where you buy your new PC, whether it's from a big box chain store or you're having it custom-made, you'll have the option to upgrade various pieces and parts and purchase additional accessories. So which ones are worth it? Here are five to consider.

Jan 13th 2014

The Most Important Data to Backup

When considering which computer files you absolutely couldn't live without, what comes to mind? The photos of your baby's first birthday? Your tax returns for the last three years? The resume you just spent hours updating? Actually, it's none of those things. It's the Windows Registry.

Sep 11th 2013

How to Reduce Your Computer Energy Usage

Do you care about energy consumption? Some think that energy conservation is a fad, or perhaps something in which only the "green movement" people are interested. However, whether you're environmentally conscious or not, there are good reasons why it's smart to reduce your computer's power use.

Sep 4th 2013

How to Prolong the Life of Your PC

Are you feeling like your PC has become a little sluggish? Is a new system just not in the budget right now? There are things you can do to prolong the life of your PC. One of the most important things you can do is a good computer cleanup.