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Save disk space by cleaning up the nvidia graphics driver temporary directories

Cleaning up old NVIDIA driver files to save disk space (2017 edition)

Did you know that each time you installed a Geforce driver update your old files get left behind? GameplayInside shows you how to save disk space by cleaning up old NVIDIA driver files.
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How to share your Steam games with friends

Ever wish you could share your games with your friends like the good old days where you would just trade game discs? With the latest Steam update you can! Steam Family sharing allows you to share your library with up to five individuals.
Save disk space by cleaning old chrome versions

Cleaning old Google Chrome versions to save disk space

Did you know Google Chrome can eat up Gigabytes of disk space? GameplayInside shows you how to save disk space by cleaning old chrome versions.

How to check your frame rate and gpu usage in any game

A recurring issue in Pc gaming is the stuttering of some video games. Your game either feels smooth or it doesn't. This difference is determined by your frame rate. The higher the frame rate the smoother your gameplay. The only exception here is that a highly variable frame rate can also feel like stuttering.

21:9 Ultrawide monitor review

Ultrawide 21:9 monitors have been around for a few years but only recently they became affordable. You can now buy them in the sub...

Move files to and from your SSD without reinstalling by using Symbolic Links

Ever wish you could move games and other apps to and from your SSD without the need for reinstalling them? Symbolic links allow you to do exactly that! Using symbolic links you can maximize the usable space on your SSD.

Gaming storage shootout 2015: SSD, HDD or Raid 0 which is best?

Lately we have seen games increasing their size up to 65GB. SSD’s are still too small to store all your games at a reasonable cost. The most common solution seems to use an SSD for your OS and a “slow” hard drive to store most of your games. However there is another alternative that seems to have been forgotten and it is called raid 0.

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