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That pop up window offering to detect Spyware and remove it, can be too
tempting. But they themselves are clever fraud artists masked as good
Samaritans. Not only that they don't clean your computer, but also they plant
more Spyware. Here is an up to date list of such
ever expanding universe of Hard Drive space
Wasn't it just a decade ago Hard drives boasted of their capacity in
Megabytes? Now with Digital camera pictures and videos stored in computers, our
greed for hard drive capacity is unquenchable. And the latest winner of the
battle for the best jumbo hard drive is Seagate Barracuda 7200.8 (ST3400832A) 400 GB Hard Drive.
of the DVD Burners
Finally, DVD burners under $50 are hitting store shelves. A DVD burner will let you store 7 CDs worth of data on a blank DVD and thatís a good enough reason to get one. If you believe the advertising, you are all set to transfer your home movies into DVDs. Not so fast! Especially if you plan to edit your videos and add music. To handle the gigabyte size files generated by videos, we need not only tremendous processing power, but also huge storage space.
If your early DVD adventures produce a few wasted blanks, donít despair. What is missing is the computerís ability to feed the jumbo size video data in a smooth stream into the DVD burner. Hereís a checklist of things which will help:
1. Remove all the clutter by deleting the temp files and temporary Internet files, uninstalling
or disabling unwanted programs that run in the background,
2. Defragment the hard drive just before burning the DVD, 3.
Install a second hard drive to store the digitized video, and even a third one
if you have an extensive library of Sound effects and Background Music that you
want to add to your movies, and 4. Leave the computer alone while burning the DVD; donít run any programs until the disc is out.