Want to turn your Raspberry Pi into a home media center and stream content to any TV? Find out how to install Kodi and Netflix on your Raspberry Pi!
There has never been a better time to do a little spring cleaning for your computer. Let’s take a look at the best ways to sanitize and clean your laptop.
Learn how to get Cayenne running on your Raspberry Pi, register all of your sensors, actuators, and devices, and create a simple temperature-based trigger.
Progress in graphene manufacturing technology has yielded some of the first commercial graphene-enhanced batteries in the form of power banks.
Building your own Minecraft server doesn’t have to be expensive or complex! Find out how to set up a standalone Minecraft server on your Raspberry Pi.
Buying a CPU is not as easy as it seems. Learn about the factors that affect CPU performance so you can make a better purchase decision.
Learn how you can get touchscreen support and access to a huge variety of Android apps by installing Android 9 on Raspberry Pi 4.
If you have an overheating laptop, and nothing you do seem to fix it, follow this detailed guide to clean up your laptop internals, and fix the overheating issue.
Want to enjoy the latest Steam games on the biggest screen in your house? Find out how to stream Steam games with Steam Link on your Raspberry Pi 4.
Retailing at $40, Raspberry Pi already gives you plenty of bang for your buck, but you can get even more out of this single-board computer by overclocking.
It sounds absurd to say that the obsolete CRT technology can possibly come close to modern LCDs, let alone surpass them. But that is precisely the case.
Plex is a media server software that allows you to stream your movies to any Plex client. Here we show how to create a Plex server on Raspberry Pi 4.
If you’ve looked behind a modern-day router, chances are there is a USB port there. Why do routers have USB ports, and how can you put yours to good use?
If you’re going to transmit large amounts of data to the cloud, you can improve performance and response times by using your Raspberry Pi as an edge gateway.
A NAS server lets you store and access files over your local network. If you have a Raspberry Pi, you can easily and cheaply build a NAS server with the Pi.
While UEFI is better than BIOS, you might not want to use it. Here are the differences between UEFI and BIOS and why you might choose one over the other.
Your PC doesn’t have to sound like a jet engine. Here’s how you can silence your PC and fix problems with your PC that are causing excessive noise.
While we can never eliminate latency completely, there are ways that you can use to improve your network latency and gaming experience.
While you can’t build a high-end laptop just like a home-built desktop system, you could make use of a Raspbery Pi board to build a mini laptop. Here’s how.
If your laptop’s fan is constantly loud, here are some things you can do to reduce the stress on the machine and quiet the laptop’s noisy fan.
Now that you have learnt the basics to build a custom mechanical keyboard, it’s time to get your hands dirty putting together a mechanical keyboard.
If you’re looking to build your own mechanical keyboard, check out this detailed tutorial to learn how to build a custom mechanical keyboard from scratch.
Most of us have an old laptop sitting around, and there could be some useful part inside. Find out the parts you can salvage from your old laptop.
There are plenty of options to consider when getting a TV for your home. Learn how you can choose the right TV for your home theater setup.
There’s nothing more satisfying than making one’s own PC “rig”, but how come this isn’t a thing with laptops? Is building your own laptop even possible?
Setting up a new router could be fun. You get to name networks, tweak settings, squeeze out some extra speed, and poke around to see what you can do. Here’s how to do it.
Do you have a USB drive that cannot be formatted and is not recognized by the PC? Here recover the drive and fix an unformattable USB drive.
The flash drive, HDD, and SSD can all be used to store data externally, but which one should you use? Here we break them down to see where each one shines.
If you are having an issue connecting your computer to the Internet, one of the fixes is to completely reboot your home network. Here’s how to do it.
There is a host of factors that can affect a printer’s printing speed. Here are some factors that you can control to increase printing efficiency.
Is your hard drive beginning to fail, or are you interested in speeding up your PC with an SSD? Follow these steps to upgrade your hard drive to SSD.
Mechanical keyboards are usually more expensive and break down more easily. Follow this guide to learn how to replace a mechanical keyboard switch yourself.
Your TV can encounter a “no signal” issue sometimes. Follow these troubleshooting steps to deal with the TV no-signal issue without incurring too much cost.
If you have an expensive mouse with faulty switches and are adventurous enough, follow this guide to replace the faulty mouse switch yourself.
It’s not easy picking the right processor for your computer. AMD and Intel are constantly vying for your next CPU purchase. Which one should you pick?
The war between AMD and Nvidia has raged on for ages. In this AMD vs. nVidia article, let’s find out who is the victor in the battle of the GPUs.
There is no need to spend money on the latest and most expensive graphics card. Here’s how to use an AIO cooler to supercharge an older Nvidia graphic card.
USB hubs are a useful way to get more out of a single USB port. Here are some things to look for when buying a USB hub so it will fulfill your needs.
While your NVMe SSD runs faster than the standard 2.5 inch SSD, its temperature also shoots up faster. We investigated the case for NVMe SSD heatsink to see if it’s really necessary.
Shopping for a gaming monitor can be daunting. There are several aspects you need to follow. Fortunately, it’s not too tough to wrap your head around it.
RAM is a core computer component, allowing you to coax a little more speed out of your PC with faster clock speed and RAM timing. Here’s what you need to know.
Are you worried that your USB port is either underperforming or out of spec? Here are a few ways you can check the power output of your USB ports.
The default settings of your monitor are not calibrated for home use. Learn how to optimally calibrate your monitor display to perfection for free.
If you have audio cassettes or VHS tapes gathering dust, here is how you can digitize them and get them to play on your computer.
Whether you want a full tower, mid-tower or mini-ITX, our roundup of the best PC cases can help you get your rig up and running without the added stress.
The new Raspberry Pi 4 is the most powerful iteration of the hardware, opening entirely new categories of what you can do with the app.
It can be very frustrating when your laptop start shutting down without any warning. While unexpected shutdowns can certainly cause trouble, you don’t have to panic. In most cases, there is nothing wrong with your machine. When you experience a random shutdown, give your computer some rest. After a few minutes, you can solve the […]
Your CPU will usually come with a default cooler, but an aftermarket option can help it perform better. Here are some tips for choosing the perfect CPU cooler.
AMD has launched some awesome CPUs like Ryzen 3 and Ryzen 5, but it can be confusing which one to choose. Here we’ll show how to choose an AMD CPU.
We spend a lot of time looking at monitors. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to prevent eye strain, and most are just habits you can implement into your daily life!