It is very important to clean your computer every once in a while. After becoming used, your PC stores files temporally or permanently that you may never use again or need. Here are 4 different ways to restore performance into your PC using CCleaner.

First you must download CCleaner, of course. Visit this page and continue to download. [link] or download the latest version here. [link]

After downloading and installing your new software we can begin. Run CCleaner.

1. Run the Cleaner

Over time small files are saved onto your PC which can accumulate and create many megabytes or even gigabytes of unnecessary data which slows down your PC.

It's selected by default, it is located in the left of the window.

Note that if you want to spare some of your potentially erased data you may want to browse through what is going to be deleted, I like to save my Google Chrome data so I uncheck it.

Its almost oxymoronic to even think about it, but here it is; Running the beta version of Microsoft's upcoming multi-platform operating system Windows 8 on Apples iPad.

Developers at a company called Splashtop have created an application for the Apple iPad that allows you to test the beta version of Windows 8 on the tablet itself. The application is called Win 8 Metro Testbed, it is directed towards developers which explains the price of $25. On their site the application is promoted as 
"As you code and debug your Windows 8 Metro app, test it out using an iPad! Get a feel for how your app will behave on a tablet running Windows 8 with touch gestures enabled."

Have you ever have you ever imagined yourself walking around like your favorite video game character, maybe Nomad from Crysis with the fancy Heads Up Display and they really awesome Cryo Suit that lets you jump really high or run really fast? Well you're out of luck... technology publicly ;) at least is not quite there yet.

However, Google did announce really awesome news earlier this month through Google+ [link]. Project Glass, a project by Google X Lab is a project to research awesome technology and create a really awesome device. The device currently has no official name but it is a head-mounted device which have a very similar structure to glasses the main difference? it has a Heads Up Display.

I was looking around new and articles to share with you guys I ran across this.
Project Glass, Googles Current project to make glasses with a heads up display. Check it out and I will make sure to write my thoughts on it when i gather more information soon.
Project Glass - Google+:

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