What is a Heatsink? Does My Computer Need One?

What is a Heatsink? Does My Computer Need One?

Most people have not heard of heatsink and don’t know what it does. Here we will explain what Heatsink is and show you why it is important for every PC to have one.

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How to Eliminate WiFi Deadspots with These Simple Steps

How to Eliminate WiFi Deadspots with These Simple Steps

Have you encountered WiFi deadspots before? It’s an infuriating problem where a specific spot in a building can’t get a strong WiFi signal. If you’re having issues with WiFi strength, try these steps.

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How to Add Night/Dark Mode to Chrome and Firefox

How to Add Night/Dark Mode to Chrome and Firefox

When using a PC for a long period of time, eye strain is definitely an issue. Fortunately, you can add “night mode” to your browsers to solve the issue. Learn how you can add night mode to Chrome and Firefox.

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Don’t Let Your Wireless Mouse or Keyboard Get Hacked

Don’t Let Your Wireless Mouse or Keyboard Get Hacked

Many are unaware that hackers can now crack into wireless mice and keyboard adapters and use them for their own purposes. This article will explain what this attack does and how to protect against it

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How to Set Up the Music Sleep Timer on Android

How to Set Up the Music Sleep Timer on Android

Do you enjoy listening to media on your phone or tablet before you sleep? If so, perhaps you’d like the idea of a music sleep timer. Learn how to set up a music sleep timer on Android.

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How to Set Up Email Forwarding in WordPress.com

How to Set Up Email Forwarding in WordPress.com

If you have a blog with a custom domain name at WordPress.com, you can set up email forwarding in WordPress.com to redirect your email to a personal mailbox. Here’s how to do it.

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How to Keep Specific Android Apps from Auto-Updating

How to Keep Specific Android Apps from Auto-Updating

Whether you’re on a tight mobile data plan, or just don’t like apps updating themselves without your permission, you’ll be pleased to know that it’s possible to stop Android apps from automatically updating themselves without your permission.

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