Mouse, trackball and touch pad, they all serve a purpose and that made them difficult to choose. Which one’s better? Let’s explore this!
Google Glass can be an abled assistant to the wearer, but have you considered the safety concern and security implication? Let us discuss it here.
What is SSD caching? How does it work? How can you enable this? These are all questions you’ll find the answer to in this piece.
While a CPU comes with its own fan, there are aftermarket fans that cost from $10 to $100. Are these fancy CPU cooler really necessary, and what are they good for?
While building a gaming computer, many people have the wrong perception of the importance of PC gaming hardware choices. Let’s explore a few of these problems.
Android 4.4 took the world with its new set of features and promising performance improvements. But is this new OS really worth getting a new phone for? Let’s take a look!
You’re probably wondering why your ISP is not switching to fiber optics and providing faster connection speed. We will take a detail look at the situation and answer all of these questions in a way that’s easy to understand!.
What if someone else had enough information about you from the web to become you? What can you do to prevent identity theft? We’re here to help you out.
A fake piece of software will do everything it can to convince you that it’s real. This is particularly true for a fake antivirus program. How can you detect this?
People now have the option to buy a smartphone that has a whopping 6.3-inch screen size. Have we gone too far, or are we seeing a new era of consumer choices?
Do you own an expensive laptop? You will probably want to avoid these laptop killing practices. They will apply for smartphones and tablet as well.
You probably have seen the “Hibernation” button when shutting down your PC. Do you know what it does and how does it affect your PC’s performance?
Most manufacturers like to boost how fast their mobile processors are, but is it translating better smartphone performance?
When buying a computer monitor, the truth is that most people have no idea how they’re being duped into buying displays that throw fancy numbers at them. For this reason, I’ll point out the biggest myths revolving around these displays.
If you plan to use your phone to take pictures and video, you’ll need a phone from a manufacturer that prioritizes the camera. Unless you get this, you’ll be missing out completely on features that can make your pictures look professional.
If asked what firewalls do, most people would answer that they keep you safe. You might have noticed that the firewall you’re using has two sets of “rules”: inbound and outbound. Do you really need both of them? We’ll discuss this and discover what you should know about these concepts.
When using a laptop with Windows, you may notice that it has advanced battery management options. Before you start using them, though, there are a few things you should know about them.
Windows comes with its own uninstaller, but it is mostly useless in removing all the files. To prevent this problem from happening, you need an uninstaller that looks through every crack and crevice of your computer for signs of life that the program doesn’t let Windows Installer see. Third-party uninstallers are exceedingly good at doing this.