Unlike any industry in the history of the world, the PC industry evolves at an incredible pace. At PC Pitstop, we have been tracking each and every trend related to CPUs, memory, storage, graphics, Windows, and bandwidth.
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PC Pitstop's exclusive research is showing that loyalty to Windows XP continues - despite Microsoft's plans to end support for the popular OS.
A review of recent computer related research - including an intriguing finding for those who suffer from pain related to computer use.
New consumer research on broadband usage reveals 76% of US Broadband Users don't know their connection speed.
Free infographic reveals the 5 countries with the fastest laptop PCs. Based on an analysis by the PC Pitstop research team.
Free infographic reveals the 5 countries with the fastest desktop pcs. Based on an analysis by the PC Pitstop research team.
Exclusive research from PC Pitstop documents the continued growth of Windows 7.
The long awaited official launch of Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system has come and gone. On October 22, 2009, Windows 7 hit the retail shelves. The inital media blitz and the launch parties are now just a fading memory. The early reports appear that folks are generally very positive concerning Microsoft's newest operating system.
In a Microwave world where everyone is looking for immediate satisfaction the computer system is not exempt. Faster processors, larger RAM, and faster broadband connections are a few examples of optimizing a computers potential. Years ago it was basically just Servers reaping the benefit of 64-bit processing, but today 64-bit processors have almost become common amongst desktop PCs.