While there are many free and good antivirus programs out there, it is not advisable to install multiple antivirus programs on one PC, as much as you may want to. Here’s why.
You may have spotted “32-bit” or “64-bit” when looking at the specifications of a smartphone. Let’s take a look at the difference between 32-bit and 64-bit for Android phones and which is the better choice.
Other than the usual malware, there is also the scareware scam that scares you to install infected software. Let’s learn how it works and how you can protect yourself.
To blur out a photo before you share it, there is no need for a comprehensive image editor. Here’s how you can blur out photos on Android.
While Windows 10 comes with its own search tool, there are several third party Windows 10 search tools that can do the job better. Here are 5 of the best.
Looking for a game you can play with your friends? Here are some of the best multiplayer games for Android that you can play without an Internet connection.
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.
In this connected world, distractions can be a killer. Here are five websites that will help you shake off the distractions and focus on your goals.
You probably have encountered an overheating laptop. If you find your laptop getting a little too hot, follow these steps to cool down your laptop.
Unknown to many, Windows 10 does comes with its own game recording tool. Here’s how you can record games in Windows 10 without third party software.
If your job requires heavy research, you can make use of these education search engines for your academic research. Check them out.
Have you wanted to check the Android system info but weren’t sure how to do that? Here are some of the ways to find out your device’s specifications.
Have you ever wanted to help out in a field of scientific interest? Here are 6 projects where you can donate your PC processing power to advance scientific research.
You may have heard that your phone is “locked” and cannot be used elsewhere. What’s the differences between a locked and unlocked smartphone? Let’s find out!
If you have many photos, it can be difficult to share them all to your social networks. Imgur provides a way for you to share and embed large image albums. Let’s check it out.
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.
Do you always have difficulty deciding which phone is better and which one you should get? Learn how you can easily compare the specifications of two or more phones.
Have you encountered a DNS error in your browser and can’t visit any website at all? Find out how you can fix DNS errors and regain access to the Internet.
Are you having connection issues in Windows? Here is a quick way to diagnose connection issues with Traceroute in Windows.
When buying a laptop for the first time, some users will find the advertised system specs quite confusing. Here are the specs of a laptop you should look for when getting your first laptop.
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.
With Netflix’s ever-changing library, it can be confusing to find out what’s being added or is about to leave the service. Here are some tools to find out what’s on Netflix.
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
You probably have heard of Solid State Drive but are not sure if you need one. Here we will explain SSD in more detail and help you decide if you should buy it.
There’s a fiendish new method of phishing on the internet: tabnapping. Learn what tabnapping is and how you can protect yourself.
Did you know you can set up Windows Firewall to log connections that go through it? Here is how to track Internet activity using Windows Firewall log.
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.
When making Skype calls on a Windows machine, you may have noticed your computer’s volume takes a noticeable drop. Here is the fix.
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.
When choosing a mechanical keyboard, you will come across different types labeled by “colors.” These are the keyboard switches. Learn how to choose the right mechanical keyboard switch type.
Have you been using your computer as normal when the blue screen of death suddenly appears, and the computer automatically restarts? Here’s how to debug it.
One way a malicious user can get access to your data is by playing off your day-to-day life routines. Here are a few examples of how malware distributors can hijack your daily routine and really ruin your day.
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.