Retroarch for Android – The Complete Guide

Retroarch for Android – The Complete Guide

For years, Retroarch has been the indomitable platform of choice for discerning emulation connoisseurs on PC. This retroarch for Android guide will show you how to make it work on your Android phone.

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How to Find and Change Your Steam ID

How to Find and Change Your Steam ID

Your Steam ID is essential for linking your account to third-party sites, and Steam does’t make it easy for you to find it. Here’s how to find your Steam ID.

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16 Awesome Screensavers for Windows 10

16 Awesome Screensavers for Windows 10

Changing your screensaver from time to time keeps things fresh and interesting. Here are some of the coolest desktop screensavers for Windows.

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How to Speed Up Your Steam Downloads

How to Speed Up Your Steam Downloads

For a large game, Steam downloads may become very slow. Luckily, there is a fair amount of tricks to speed up your Steam downloads.

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12 of the Best Linux Games in 2021

12 of the Best Linux Games in 2021

Gaming is not the forte of Linux, but there are still plenty of great games around. Here are the best Linux games for you to enjoy.

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9 Free Music Download Apps for Android

9 Free Music Download Apps for Android

There are many music download apps for Android on the Play Store and beyond, so we’ve sifted through the lot to find the ones that work.

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Instagram Not Working? Here Are 7 Ways to Fix it

Instagram Not Working? Here Are 7 Ways to Fix it

Generally, the Instagram app is quite reliable, but if you find it not working on your device, here’s a list of ways to fix the Instagram not working issue on your phone.

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Best Gaming Laptops Under $500

Best Gaming Laptops Under $500

Gaming laptops come in many forms and prices. If you really want to play games on your laptop, these are some of the best gaming laptops under $500.

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How to Create a Gmail Desktop App

How to Create a Gmail Desktop App

While there is no separate Gmail desktop app, there’s a neat trick that lets you open an instance of Gmail as its own window.

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