Not many online experiences more frustrating than waiting for a YouTube video to buffer. The folks at The Windows Club offer a few possible solutions.
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Fixing jerky motion in YouTube playback if you’re using the Chrome browser.
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Online video is becoming more and more popular, but it often assumes you have a fast connection. If you don’t, video playback can be affected.
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If your like me you would prefer a way to download YouTube videos right? In addition, why not back them up too, for example to DVD?
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You never know when life will throw a curveball at you and when those unexpected events occur it can be very challenging keeping everyone updated on what is happening.
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YouTube has made it so simple to upload media to the web and share it with the world without any actual costs involved.
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We’re asking you to make a video to help get the word out about the all new SuperShield protection technology now available with PC Matic.
We decided to start by supplying you with a video for inspiration and a link to all of the details behind the new SuperShield technology.
You do the rest…feel free to sing, dance or rap….but, please be creative!
Get Started Here
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3 great new videos, witty & insightful Amazon reviewers and Blueprint.
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The weekly roundup of top stories from the GFI Labs Blog.
This week they cover the next version of the Storm Worm, fake YouTube ads for the movie Tron, a golden oldie Nigerian 419 scam and two rogues, ProtectShield and Spyware Protection.
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Saw a presentation last week about mobile spyware.
This YouTube clip (nearly 5 million views) was shown – I was shocked.
Keep in mind, this video report is 2 years old.
The prevelance of these mobile security/privacy threats is debatable. However, it doesn’t seem like much of a reach to forsee these issues exploding right along with the mobile phone market.
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Wake the kids, phone the neighbors! PC Pitstop is proud to announce a new partnership with Chris Pirillo. Chris is the founder of the tech blogging network, Lockergnome and previously served as host of TechTV’s Call for Help show. Chris’s insightful and entertaining how to videos will now be featured in the PC Pitstop newsletters and highlighted at techtalk.pcpitstop.com and pcpitstop.com.
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There has been a lot of buzz lately about the iPhone replacing the PC. Here’s one from my buddy, Harry McCracken. The owner of the Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban, wrote a piece as well. There is certainly a lot of buzz and hype about the iPhone, but as a practical matter, the iPhone is nowhere near able to significantly encroach onto the venerable PC’s territory. As I write this, I am thinking of all my friends that have iPhones, and the look of pride on their face. I am not trying to rain on that parade, I just honestly do not think of the iPhone in the same category as the PC. Here’s why.
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The Tachometers have set Vista headaches of the day to music, now our fans have set our music to video. Congratulations to David A from Ontario Canada – the winner of the PC Pitstop Tachometers Music Video Contest.
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Has 4 months of Vista made Rob, a believer or does he still long for XP?
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Congratulations to Revivalist from Fresno, CA. He is the winner of the PC Pitstop ‘I Pimped My PC’ Video Contest.
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In this new video, Rob shares the ups & downs of migrating one system from XP to Vista.
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After a decade, Rob has made the transition from Internet Explorer to Firefox. In this new video, he reviews the Firefox features that made the decision to switch easy.
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I was shocked when Dell announced their first battery recall in August 2006, quickly followed by Apple. Being cynical by nature, the only reason that these companies would proactively do an expensive battery recall was to limit liability on a potentially explosive (pun intended) issue. I talked to numerous industry vets and learned that the potential exists for many more battery explosions and recalls. At PC Pitstop, I made it our mission to inform the public of the danger of battery fires, and practical tips to avoid them.
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