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Place the Blue Screen of Death on your desktop.
Clean your registry and hard drive to make PC run fast.
Prank your friends with this phony blue screen.
Activate, deactivate, or reset applications without altering the base Windows installation.
BSOD Reaction Time is a game that puts your reaction time to the test!You never know when your computer is going to crash, so practice your...
BSOD: Stop Codes is an application that provides indexed information on Microsoft Windows (blue screen) stop codes.This application allows you to...
Prank your friends with a harmless "virus" program.
Scan your PC and identify hardware and software components.
Mimic blue screen of death on your desktop.
Display and enjoy BSOD error screens from different operating systems on your desktop.
To address a black-screen bug that some MacBook owners have been experiencing, Apple issued a software video driver update; however, this has not fixed the issue in all circumstances.
CNET editor Dong Ngo reviews the Patriot Memory Pyro solid-state drive.
Windows 8 is sporting a new Blue Screen of Death. The sweeter, friendlier version features a sad face emoticon and plain language error explanations.
Brad Wells has found the little joke Google programmers hid in the prototype laptop for Chrome OS, the company's browser-based operating system.
Apple releases a new media player version and recommends that Windows users replace outdated drivers for Webcam products, scanners, and some media card readers.
A developer manages to fit the 15-year-old operating system on Apple's latest baby.
This episode had a number of potential titles. Nerd Alert, Nerd party, Nerdgasm... but we honed in on the one that really encapsulates the sheer nerditude of stuff covered in today's show. Let your inner nerd shine through.
Windows XP users say one patch in particular causes problems, and that there's a fix but it requires an install CD. However, CDs aren't shipped with all computers and aren't available for Netbook users at all.
Apple's witty icon for Windows machines on your local network.
Nvidia again finds itself in the middle of an uproar over issues with an Apple notebook. But are Nvidia graphics chips really the problem? And are the issues that widespread?