Startup File Database, Transformer ATX Case, and more!

Hey folks, we've got the last update of the weekend for you. For those of you who aren't exactly sure what Windows is loading when your computer is started, PC Review has created a startup file database to help you determine if a file is a harmless printer driver, or a menacing trojan. Adios for now folks, Mr. Sandman is tugging at my eyelids.

Altec Lansing inMotion iM4 Portable Speakers Preview @ CoolTechZone

"Their speaker aesthetics, although professional, were standard to the ones from every other manufacturer in the market. However, that changed when the company decided to deliver speaker sets for notebook computers, Apple's iPod and eventually the remaining portable audio market. While it took Altec Lansing sometime to come up with something that was truly extraordinary, their latest line of portable speakers may be a milestone for the company."

Startup File Database @ PC Review

"This section is intended for advanced users to troubleshoot the processes which load when your computer first starts up. You can look up items from running "msconfig" and find out what each of these files actually means and if it is recommended to be allowed to run. Many applications are not needed and can slow your PC down significantly."

DFI LP NF4 UT SLI-DR: Overclocking Test @ Madshrimps

"The article focuses on NF4 board in the area of memory timing and FSB (HTT) overclocking, and not SLI performance. I like to share with our readers my experience in dealing with almost all NF4 boards in recent two months in both SLI and Non-SLI configurations; in this case the lastest NF4 board - DFI LANPARTY NF4 SLI-DR"

Transformer ATX Case @ A True Review

"Tired of cases that "look like" a transformer, but don't deliver? Well if you are, then you'll be pleasantly surprised today when I take a look at Razotech's Transformer case. Sure, it looks the part, but can it withstand some scrutiny? Let's go check out this budget case together."

MSI S250 12.1-inch Notebook @ hardwarezone

"Lightweight, chic and sturdy, the MSI S250 is one well-endowed notebook that should bode well for many with its good portability. However, its keyboard left a bad after-taste and one should personally give it a trial before flashing your credit card."