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 Do computers have feelings, too?

Answer No, computers don't have feelings. But it is still important to be patient with your computer.Even though you ran a virus check, I still think it's a virus. I recently got a virus and it bypassed a... Read More »
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Why does file fragmentation not occur on Apple Macintosh computers like with Windows computers?

Disk optimization is a process in which the physical locations of files on a volume are "streamlined." Files and metadata are re-arranged in order to improve data access times and minimize time mov... Read More »
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I have 6 computers and 1 broad band connected in a Lan network. How to share internet with all computers .?

You need at least a 6 port router, preferable a wireless one.
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Are Mac computers generally faster, more reliable and longer lasting than PC computers?

Although Macs would actually be the same or faster than an equivalent specd PC it is actually a contribution of system stability and reliability of the Mac package (OS and hardware) that makes them... Read More »
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Do laptop computers last longer than desktop computers?

No. Desktop computers generally last longer than laptops. A desktop is not carried around and is therefore less prone to damage. Desktops are also easier to repair and have better ventilation than ... Read More »
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