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How to Monitor Your Computer’s CPU Temperature

October 24th, 2016 by Mark Daly in Industry News No Comments »
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There are two groups of users worried about the temperature of their computer: overclockers… and pretty much anybody with a powerful laptop. Those things just cook you! So have you ever wondered exactly what temperature your CPU is running at? Read more: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/ever-wonder-what-temperature-your-cpu-is-running-at/

How to Make Google Chrome Use Less Battery Life, Memory, and CPU

June 6th, 2016 by Mark Daly in Industry News No Comments »
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Chrome isn’t the minimal web browser it once was. Originally named Chrome because it was designed to get out of your way, Chrome is no longer just a minimal browser — it’s an entire application platform. Google’s browser seems to eat quite a bit of battery life, particularly on Macs. It’s also very memory hungry, which can […]

Why Do x86 CPUs Only Use Two Out of Four “Rings”?

April 25th, 2016 by Mark Daly in Industry News No Comments »
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When learning more about how operating systems and the hardware they run on work and interact with each other, you may be surprised to see what appears to be oddities or under-utilization of “resources” occurring. The Question SuperUser reader AdHominem wants to know why x86 CPUs only use two out of four rings: Linux and […]

Is a Computer’s CPU Active When an Operating System Is in Sleep Mode?

February 19th, 2016 by Mark Daly in Industry News No Comments »
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When you put your operating system into sleep mode, just how much activity is still actually occurring “under the hood” with your computer’s hardware? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post has a great explanation to help a curious reader learn more about how his system and computer works. Today’s Question & Answer session comes to us courtesy […]

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