How to Upgrade Your Hard Drive to SSD

How to Upgrade Your Hard Drive to SSD

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.

By Tracey Rosenberger -
4 Things to Look for When Buying a USB Hub

4 Things to Look for When Buying a USB Hub

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.

By Simon Batt -
Tested: Does Your NVMe SSD Need a Heatsink?

Tested: Does Your NVMe SSD Need a Heatsink?

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.

By Nachiket Mhatre -
How to Choose a Gaming Monitor

How to Choose a Gaming Monitor

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.

By Kris Wouk -
What Is RAM Timing and Why Does It Matter?

What Is RAM Timing and Why Does It Matter?

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.

By Alexander Fox -
How to Check the Power Output of USB Ports

How to Check the Power Output of USB Ports

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.

By Tracey Rosenberger -
5 Reasons Your Laptop is Randomly Shutting Down and How to Fix Them

5 Reasons Your Laptop is Randomly Shutting Down and How to Fix Them

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 […]

By Sayak Boral -
How to Choose the Right CPU Cooler

How to Choose the Right CPU Cooler

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.

By Jeff Mitchell -
How to Choose an AMD CPU

How to Choose an AMD CPU

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.

By Alexandru Andrei -
How to Prevent Eye Strain from Monitors

How to Prevent Eye Strain from Monitors

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!

By Simon Batt -
Nvidia Jetson Nano vs. Raspberry Pi

Nvidia Jetson Nano vs. Raspberry Pi

Both nVidia Jetson Nano and Raspberry Pi are single board computers . Here we compare them and see how they perform against each other.

By Kenneth Kimari -
The 5 Best PC Sound Cards to Buy in 2019

The 5 Best PC Sound Cards to Buy in 2019

If you’re a hardcore gamer, you’re serious about sound and want something that will deliver a punch. Here are the best PC sound cards to buy in 2019.

By Kenneth Kimari -
AMD Radeon Settings – What Do They All Mean?

AMD Radeon Settings – What Do They All Mean?

If you have a gaming PC and an AMD graphics card, you’re aware of the Radeon Settings and struggles to configure it. Here’s a list of all the graphics settings, what they mean and how you should configure it.

By Robert Zak -
How to Decide If It’s Time for a New Computer

How to Decide If It’s Time for a New Computer

How can you tell if your computer is dying or if it’s a simple hardware issue that just needs a part replaced? How do you decide it’s time to get a new PC?

By Tracey Rosenberger -
What You Need to Know About NVMe SSD

What You Need to Know About NVMe SSD

NVMe is a storage system that promises to exponentially increase the bandwidth available to storage devices. Here’s what you need to know about NVMe SSDs.

By Alexander Fox -
80 Plus Power Supply Ratings and What They Mean

80 Plus Power Supply Ratings and What They Mean

The 80 Plus system is used to rate computer power supplies based on their reliability and efficiency. Here’s what you need to know about the 80 Plus power supply rating system.

By Alexander Fox -
Inkjet vs Laser: Which Printer Is Right For Me?

Inkjet vs Laser: Which Printer Is Right For Me?

While there is no shortage of printer options in the market, the real headache is choosing between an inkjet or laser printer. Here are the comparisons to help you make a better choice.

By Ryan Lynch -
How a Computer’s CPU Cache Works

How a Computer’s CPU Cache Works

The invention of the CPU cache was one of the most critical events in the history of computer science. But what exactly is the cache? How does it work? Find out here.

By Tracey Rosenberger -
How to Check If Your Webcam Has Been Hacked

How to Check If Your Webcam Has Been Hacked

Camfecting is when someone takes control of your computer’s webcam. Here are some signs that you can use to check if your webcam has been hacked.

By Fabio Buckell -
How to Turn Your Old Router into a Repeater

How to Turn Your Old Router into a Repeater

Do you struggle with dead spots or weak Wi-Fi connections in your home? If you have an old router, here is how you can turn it into a repeater.

By Tracey Rosenberger -
9 Ways to Reuse Your Old Routers

9 Ways to Reuse Your Old Routers

If you get a new router, what can you do with the old one? Here are some great ways you can recycle your old router and put it to good use.

By Tracey Rosenberger -
How Much Does Battery Health Matter?

How Much Does Battery Health Matter?

It is normal for your phone’s battery to degrade with time, but battery health is barely relevant to the health of your device and is almost always wrong.

By Alexander Fox -