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This is a fun objective test I wanted to do comparing the new iPhone 5 from Apple to the Galaxy S3 from Samsung. A few tests performed are LTE, Battery life, App load test, and display. Understand that this test is not scientific and is more for fun. Clearly both phones run different operating systems and handle things differently. This is not an Android VS iOS 6 test. If you would like to see a comparison between Android and iOS operating systems please watch my Android VS iOS Series here: – youtu.be Apple iPhone vs Galaxy S3 Part 2: youtu.be To get the latest on my work follow me on G+ or Twitter Google+ – gplus.to Follow me on Twitter – twitter.com
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Website: www.musicarta.co.uk YouTube channel www.youtube.com Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: www.twitter.com Google Buzz: www.google.com Digg: digg.com This video shows you how to speed up your computer using a program called TuneUp Utilities 2012. In this way, I also review the program having used TuneUp software for years. “Exceptional performance, maximum battery life, a clutter-free PC, and smart energy efficiency — that’s exactly what you get with our all-new TuneUp Utilities™ 2012. Boasting over 30 optimisation tools, we guarantee it will revitalise your PC and make it as good as new!” TuneUp Utilities 2012 Free Trial: www.tune-up.com TuneUp Utilities 2012 Purchase:www.tune-up.com Ifyou have a question about this video, after reading all of this description, please leave a comment and I will try and get back to you. If you would like to request a computer related tutorial for me to make and upload, please leave a comment on my channel, send me a message via YouTube, contact me through my website or send an email to email@example.com and I will see what I can do. In the unlikely event that anything goes wrong with your computer when following the steps in my video, then it is in no way my fault and I am not responsible. I am, however, prepared to help you as best I can. If you do have a problem, feel free to get in touch. All the programs featured in this video are not owned or copyrighted by myself and due credit goes to their authors/creators.
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My New Dell XPS 15 L502X i7 Quad Core 15 inch laptop running Need for Speed Pro Street Demo and Crysis Demo, Nvidia Ge Force GT540M with 2GB Memory, 6GB Ram, 640 HDD 7200RPM, 1080P SCREEN B-RGLED, Blu-ray, Sandy Bridge Processor i7-2720QM Quad Core Intel Processor
CHECK OUT THE ARTICLE VERSION! – computersight.com Here’s a tutorial that allows you to speed up your computer, especially for netbooks, using a simple USB Flash using the process first introduced in Windows Vista called Readyboost. This will use up your USB Flash and use the memory in it as RAM Cache so when you are in lack of Physical RAM, it will use this to speed up your computer. Not only it speeds up your computer, but it also extends your battery life as well. Watch the video to find out how! Here’s a useful tip. Make sure you use a 4 GB USB for this to work properly. Sometimes, a 1GB and 2GB USB may not work.
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