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What are people saying about Mirekusoft Install Monitor 2.0?

Since its release date on January 2013, Mirekusoft Install Monitor 2.0 has helped many professionals improve their PC performance. It gave them greater control and monitoring over the software they install, especially with the inclusion of these new features:

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Professional Reviews on Mirekusoft Install Monitor 2.0

Here is what tech professionals have to say about it:

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Brothersoft review

Brothersoft.com Review of Mirekusoft Install Monitor 2.0

Install Monitor is a better replacement for the Windows uninstall program. It provides detailed information about the software you installed. You can find out how much disk, CPU, and memory your programs are using, and how often you use different programs.”

http://www.brothersoft.com/mirekusoft-install-monitor-486847.html 

A Great PC Performance Enhancement Program

Tamindir Review

Tamindir.com Review of Mirekusoft Install Monitor 2.0

“Mirekusoft Install Monitor 2 completely deletes unnecessary files that slows down your computer.”

http://www.tamindir.com/mirekusoft-install-monitor-2/

Takes the guess work out of uninstalling a program

 

Computer Savvy review

Computersavvy.com review of Mirekusoft Install Monitor 2.0

“This program is great for day to day use as well with its enhanced task manager.”

http://computersavvy.wordpress.com/2014/05/01/mirekusofts-install-monitor-2-0-292-0-premium-edition-paidware-review/

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Will Computers Soon Function like a Human Brain?

Computers have greatly changed people’s lives. It has made it simpler, easier and more convenient. Nevertheless, there is still much limit to what it can do.

The Limitation of Today’s Computers

As stated by John Wagner, “Today’s computers are wonderful at bookkeeping and solving scientific problems often described by partial differential equations, but they’re horrible at just using common sense, seeing new patterns, dealing with ambiguity and making smart decisions.

Due to this, inventors have dreamed of duplicating the human brain as it:

  • Never stops learning
  • Operates on a 20 W light bulb power
  • Able to perform for a hundred years

Unfortunately, it has a long way to go before it even comes equal to what the brain can function.

Why?

Computers, as impressive as it may be, follow a very simple logical operation such as the use of ‘AND’ and ‘XOR. These are stringed together to perform other complicated functions. Sadly, the laws of quantum mechanics places limits on its speed and reliability – most of which tied to the required energy needed to execute a command.

The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle

The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle states that there is a fundamental limit to what quantum particles can perform; however, understanding how these works is a bit tricky as shown in this figure:

Computer Speed and the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle

How to calculate your PC’s speed using the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle

Memory and Entropy

One of the major problems of computer users is the limited memory their computers deliver. Add to these the unwanted bloatware and unnecessary files left stored in your hard drive.

According to Seth Lloyd,

“The amount of information that a physical system can store and process is related to the number of distinct physical states that are accessible to the system. A collection of m> two-state systems has 2m accessible states and can register m bits of information. In general, a system with N accessible states can register log 2N bits of information. But it has been known for more than a century that the number of accessible states of a physical system, W, is related to its thermodynamic entropy by the formula S = kb ln W , where kb is Boltzmann’s constant [and S is the entropy].

Thi is left for the experts to discover and implement. But today, Mirekusoft Install Monitor 2.0 allows you to maximize your PC’s memory by ensuring unnecessary files are completely uninstalled from your system. It is an intelligent program remover that can help solve problems caused when a program does not uninstall properly. Download it today and take advantage of the 30-Day FREE trial period it offers.

The Amazing Brain – the Ultimate Computer

Your Amazing brain's functionality

Be amazed at how your brain functions

The brain is hailed as the ultimate computer and no computer has ever managed to perform at the rate it does. With these as a premise, the Sandia National Laboratories now pursues a study that goes beyond entropy and physics. They are now drawing inspirations from man’s very own brain neurons.

“Modern computers are largely calculating machines with a central processing unit and memory that stores both a program and data. They take a command from the program and data from the memory to execute the command, one step at a time, no matter how fast they run. Parallel and multicore computers can do more than one thing at a time but still use the same basic approach and remain very far removed from the way the brain routinely handles multiple problems concurrently.”

Business computers, personal laptops and regular PCs may not need a brain like that of humans, but ensuring its memory capability is utilized to the maximum is a must.

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10 Ways to Speed up Your Internet Browser

10 helpful tips to speed up your PC

Easy tips to speed up your PC

Ever wondered why your internet browser still remains annoyingly slow despite faster speed promises by your internet service provider? Well, chances are the problem is more within your browser itself than with the ISP Company. Changing your computer browser settings, wireless hardware or upgrading your old PC can all help boost browser speed performance. Here are 10 tips to bring you up to speed.

1. Use Google Chrome, Safari or Opera Browsers.

This is not marketing. Google Chrome, Safari and Opera Browsers are by far the fastest browsers we have so far. There are many reasons to use Firefox browser mainly because of the extensions and the themes but the above named browsers are the champs at speedily loading pages, rendering Java scripts and CSS templates.

2. Move your Wireless Router.

As a rule, the closer you are to the wireless router the faster your internet connection. Try moving your router to a central place in your office space or room at home. There are many things that can cause interference to your router signals such as furniture, walls or doors. Make sure nothing stands in the way between the router and your PC or laptop.

3. Block Flash and/or JavaScript
For Firefox users, install the Adblock Plus and Flash block extensions to rev up sites that are bogged down by unnecessary Flash ads and huge display ads. A solution specific to the Chrome browser is the Toggle Flash add-on and IE7Pro Plug-in for the Internet Explorer browser.

4. Keep Fewer Tabs Open
Each open tab uses up a bit of RAM and when you have too many tabs open your computer will be slowed down due to low processing speeds. Pages take longer to respond and load due to over-used memory capacity. Some pages may fail completely to load especially if the pages are Flash-based.

5. Use Fewer Extensions and Add-ons
Just like having too many  tabs open as mentioned above, having multiple active plugin ends up using a little more CPU and RAM on your computer, which can result to slowing down your browser performance. Uninstall every browser plugin that you don’t absolutely need.

6. Delete Cache and Browsing History
Browsers will certainly save certain pages and images locally in cache so that the next time you visit that site, it can load them instantly without having to download them again. However, as your cache increases in size, the browser spends more time digging through more cached images and pages in order to find the right ones. Caches are most efficient when they aren’t filled with too much data.

7. Secure Your Network
Make sure you encrypt your Wi-Fi signal and use a password to protect it. An open wireless network will invite a horde of Wi-Fi jackers (mostly neighbors) who will send your internet speeds plummeting once they start downloading the next episode of House of Cards or Suits.

8. Use Less Bandwidth

Some applications on your computer could be using the internet and bandwidth, possibly without your knowledge. Windows updates, security scans and updates, media player pop-ups, instant chat applications, Skype, open website tabs etc. can eat away at your broadband speed. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to stop applications that you don’t need running at that particular time and give your broadband speed a little boost.

9. Use Gmail’s HTML Option to Read Huge Docs

You don’t really have to download every document on email, especially if your browser is likely to crash before showing it. If you’ve got a Google Docs or Gmail account, it gives you an option to view documents, PDF files, PowerPoint presentations, and Word files as an HTML, which is going to come through a lot faster.

10. Use a Download Manager
a download manager usually comes with many advanced features which could make downloading files much easier for you. Free Firefox extension DownThemAll download manager makes it easy download files, pictures and music, or set up smart filters and settings to make any page with tons of files easy to navigate.

Like any other machine, if you don’t keep your browser well-oiled and clean, it’ll start to hang and sputter and slow down your system. Following these simple steps can collectively enhance your browsing speed. Keep these tips in mind and your browser won’t feel as slow as it normally does.

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