By default, Raspberry Pi boot up from the SD card. Here is how you can boot your Raspberry Pi 4 from USB, right off an external SSD drive.
Do you notice your computer slowing down, restarting, or shutting down randomly? If so, a high CPU temperature might be the problem.
If you’re shopping for a laptop and know you’re planning to run Linux, here are some of the best Linux laptops you can get in 2020.
Many routers have WPS enabled, which can let you connect to your router quickly. Here we’ll show you how to disable WPS on your router.
A new solid-state hybrid drive (SSHD) has emerged with the best of SSD and HDD. Is it better than an SSD drive? Let’s find out.
Without active cooling, the Raspberry Pi 4 will thermal throttle even during moderate loads. Learn how to fix the issue by creating a Raspberry Pi 4 case with fan.
When people use jargon like USB-C, USB 3, and Thunderbolt, what does it really mean? Let’s try to clear up some of the confusion. ‘
Coaxial cables are a dime a dozen, but they’re not all made equally. Here are some of the best coaxial cables you should check out.
With the release of the Raspberry Pi Imager tool, it is now very easy to install Ubuntu on Raspberry Pi. This tutorial shows you how.
It is easy to set up your own IRC server, and you can get it up and running in 30 minutes. Follow the steps here to turn your Raspberry Pi into an IRC server.
Do you remember the original SimCity games? How about Golden Axe or Wolfenstein? Learn how you can install DOSBox on Raspberry Pi to play old DOS games.
To ensure your PC can last years, you need to future-proof your PC. Find out what future-proofing is and why you need to consider it for your next purchase.
FydeOS is a fork of Chromium OS aimed at the Chinese market. You’ll learn here how to install FydeOS on Raspberry Pi and will experience a quick walkthrough of the OS.
Are you worried about online privacy? Protect your privacy by turning your Raspberry Pi into a simple Tor proxy server for your home network.
Do you have a device that doesn’t have Wi-Fi access? This shows how to turn your Raspberry Pi into a Wi-Fi bridge to share the Internet with your device.
Adding more memory is the best way to boost your computer performance. This tutorial covers the most important criteria to take note of when upgrading your RAM.
The RAM in a laptop is used to store temporary files so the CPU can process them faster without waiting for a slow hard disk.
Are you looking to provide a Wi-Fi access point for your business? Here you’ll learn how to turn Raspberry Pi into a captive portal Wi-Fi access point.
This guide will show you how to acoustically dampen a mechanical keyboard case as well as the plate to improve the way it sounds.
If you’re using SSH to access your Pi, you may want to enhance its security with 2FA. Learn here how to set up two-factor authentication on Raspberry Pi.
Installing Raspberry Pi OS has gotten easier with the release of the Raspberry Pi Imager. Here is how to set up Raspberry Pi OS on a Raspberry Pi.
Turn your Raspberry Pi into a music server where you can wirelessly stream any track from any device on your network or Spotify’s catalogue.
There has been an ongoing debate whether the iPad Pro is a good replacement for Macbook Air. Let’s take a look at how to choose between them.
Learn how to turn your Raspberry Pi into an ad-blocker. You can then block ads across your devices that are connected to your network.
In this guide showing how to lubricate switches, you will learn how switches work, the different tools, lubricants, accessories, and how to lube switches.
HDMI and Display Port look similar but have different capabilities. These differences between HDMI and Display Port will help you decide which to use.
If you want to upgrade your memory, you have to know how much RAM your computer can support. Learn how to find the maximum RAM capacity of your computer.
Here we’ll show you how to turn a Raspberry Pi into your own personal web server so you can create, host and maintain a website directly on your Pi.
Do you want to create your own Wi-Fi hotspot? Learn how to turn your Raspberry Pi into a wireless access point so you can share your network with others.
There are times when your MiFi device is not working properly, and you can’t connect to the Internet. Learn how to troubleshoot MiFi connection issues here.
Gaming laptops come in many forms and prices. If you really want to play games on your laptop, here are some of the best gaming laptops under $500.
This tutorial will show how to improve keyboards by lubricating and modding the stabilizers. This will be done with bare hands and some inexpensive tools.
You can easily grab yourself a portable rig that will play all the latest games at high frame rates. Here we’ve gathered the best gaming laptops under $1000.
There are plenty of portable monitors that let you take your screens wherever you go. Here are some of the best portable monitors worth your time and money.
With tons of portable monitors available, it can be tough finding one that suit your needs. Here’s what to look for when choosing a portable monitor.
To access your router and make changes to the network, you’ll need to know its IP address. Here’s how to find your router’s IP address on all platforms.
If you’re craving a retro gaming session and have a Raspberry Pi, you can install RetroPie on your Raspberry Pi to build your very own vintage gaming rig.
Your Wi-Fi speed can affect your work and productivity. Here are some of the best ways to boost your Wi-Fi speeds while you are working from home.
Do you prefer the “full” version of Minecraft on your Raspberry Pi? Here we’ll show you how to install Minecraft: Java Edition on Raspberry Pi 4.
Don’t want to invest in Google’s Chromecast? Find out how to set up your Raspberry Pi to act as an inexpensive Chromecast-style streaming device.