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Robert suggested in episode 176 that a clean install of windows 7 could squeeze some extra speed out of your PC. How did this affect your online activation of Windows? How many windows 7 allow you to activate after a clean install? We've got personal experience, and info from Microsoft via the Activating Windows FAQ!
Our favorite Blu-ray Titles of 2011. Josh asks if it's worth getting a Plasma TV calibrated by Best Buy. The new releases for this week include El Mariachi / Desperado (Two-Pack), Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, Machete, and more! Watch the video for the complete list.
Jordan in Anchorage Alasaka is wondering about combining different brands or RAM. The RAM he originally bought is no longer available. Should he try to mix and match or would it be easier just to replace all the ram with a new set?
Jay knows we love installing Windows 7 from scratch, but the Windows 7 Family Pack is an upgrade version, so there must be an old version on the PC, right? Not exactly, Jay... the best info on this is on Paul Thurrot's Clean Install Windows 7 With Upgrade Media page. Robert explains the big points in the video!
Jeff over at TechBargains.com was somewhat dismayed by our website pick, BensBargains.com, a few weeks ago, and writes, "we think our website has much better tech deal content for your tech viewers." OK, Jeff. Just so you know, Roger checks -both- these sites, and quite a few shopping sites before he buys any tech gear. So should you!