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How to recreate the benchmark videos from Digital Foundry | Tutorial

Most gamers are familiar with the in-depth analyses of the YouTube channel Digital Foundry. These content creators use their own tools to analyse the resolutions, framerates and frametimes of gameplay footage on different consoles and platforms. However, there are open-source alternatives you can use to analyse the framerate and frametimes of gameplay yourself.

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Viruses, malware, spyware and ransomware explained | Tutorial

Any kind of malicious software is considered to be a computer virus for the average computer user. Yet, these digital human made creatures are just a limited number of the existing malicious software. The best antivirus software protects you from different kinds of malware, not only viruses at best. Time for a list of the most common types of threats in the digital world.

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These tips and tricks help you protect your data and charger cables | Tutorial

When used frequent, data or charger cables may break or tear near the connector. As an inexpensive solution to prevent cables from bending, you can purchase cable protectors or cable sleeves in different forms and shapes. These helpful tools protect the inside and outside of the cable. There are even some solutions to repair a damaged computer cable and ensure a longer service life.

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LibreOffice and OpenOffice, the best free Microsoft Office alternative | Tutorial

Microsoft Office is one of the most used applications in both home and professional environments. Yet there are free alternatives available that offer the same set of features and possibilities. Both LibreOffice and OpenOffice are free and open-source office suite and as good or even better compared to the market leader Microsoft Office.

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How to make your desktop computer quieter | Tutorial

A loud desktop computer can be a distraction. If your desktop computer sounds too loud, you can take a few steps to reduce the noise. It is often possible to reduce the volume by a few decibels with some small adjustments to the system. These steps can help you create a quieter desktop computer and find the source of the problem.