Google’s GDrive

Google has certainly been aggressive lately and now it looks like they have ventured out into the external drive business but online. Or at least that is what this GDrive is basically all about. The GDrive will allow users to save their data online and users will be able to access their data from any computer in the world.

The GDrive could also partially replace the physical hard disk that a user needs to select an operating system (OS) for usage — that is, after the initial booting. Google’s online hard drive will merge all of Google’s web based applications and make them available together.

In short, it is designed mainly for saving online data and being able to access it from any computer in the world. However, space restriction and reliability could be a user’s concern while depending on the Google servers to save their precious data.

Overall, it looks like any similar online storage option that is offered today. If there is any difference, it is perhaps because of the brand name, Google. Once the GDrive is launched this year, expect a lot of people trying it out, particularly the ones who have a lot of files online.

Also, it wouldn’t be surprising if this would be offered to people with Google accounts. The only question is would it be an add-on or free if you are an existing subscriber.

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Got a PC Problem? Find it Online

Aside from PC Extreme, there are a lot of sites you can check out online for PC repair tips. It can range from hardware to software and will entirely depend on what anyone who has problems with a PC is concerned.

The tips you can get on the web do not usually have to be professional in nature. In fact, the simpler terms used towards guiding people who need to repair their PC is better. Not all people are technically versed on PC terms and making it simple, using synonyms that makes it generally easy to understand will surely be more appreciated for novice PC repair specialists who want to avoid having a technician do it for them and pay professional fees in the process.

Such a recourse is not a cheapskate person. It is something like learning what you can to understand your PC better and avoid these mistakes in the process. The only way to learn in the world of technology is through hands on. Some may call it risky but the fact is that as much as possible, if you can try to resolve the matter with your own efforts, then the better.

The learning process is also something to look forward to. We find most issues on the web resolved by simply sharing the steps you made. Besides, if in case you fail to resolve the issue on your own, you can bring it to the standard PC technicians for repairs. But at least you tried and made paying for it as a last recourse.

The Flop of TV Tuner Cards

One thing we hear a lot these days are the add-ons of television watching using your computer. Through TV tuners and TV boxes, this technology has long been in the market but has never really gotten of the ground. Other than watching TV shows through its coaxial connection options, video editing professionals have also used TV tuner cards have allowed them to upload and store raw video files after which they can edit them using software such as Pinnacle and Cyber Director.

Going back to the basics, the only benefit a person would have when they can watch television on the PC is perhaps that of removing the need to look to and from the PC and an actual TV set. But as far as resolution is concerned, there will be a big difference especially if clarity is concerned.

Also, the load on your PC may need to be checked. With the software needed to run these applications, memory processes are sure to spike up each time they are launched.

For Internet enthusiasts, watching TV shows online allows them to forego the use of TV tuner cards. The advent of online shows has been a bane towards TV tuner cards, a prime reason as to why it never really made an impact. Thus, they have been relegated to video capturing, a feature that only video editing professionals would be interested in.

Online videos were never considered for sure when these TV tuner cards were made. But now that they are a reality, you should not be surprised why they are not that visible and demanded in the market today.