How to install Kodi on Your Raspberry Pi

How to install Kodi on Your Raspberry Pi

How exactly do you get Kodi running on a Pi? You can either install Kodi on your Raspberry Pi or install a Kodi-focused media center OS. Learn how to install Kodi on your Pi in this article.

By Nick Congleton -
Band Steering: Should 2.4GHz and 5GHz Be One Network or Two?

Band Steering: Should 2.4GHz and 5GHz Be One Network or Two?

If you only have one network on your router, chances are that it is using a protocol called “band steering” to let your device switch automatically. Find out if band steering is a good way to get a better network connection.

By Andrew Braun -
Why CPU Clock Speed Isn’t Increasing

Why CPU Clock Speed Isn’t Increasing

As technology progresses, it seems that even high-end processors have stopped increasing their clock speeds. Will processor clock speed start increasing again, or has that time passed?

By Alexander Fox -
Intel Pentium Gold and Silver Explained

Intel Pentium Gold and Silver Explained

Intel recently announced its Pentium Silver and Gold CPUs, but what exactly are they? Learn the differences between these two processors and where they fit in the current ecosystem.

By Nick Congleton -
How a Motherboard Works

How a Motherboard Works

You have probably heard of a motherboard and know what one is, but do you really know how it works? Here’s an in-depth look at what a motherboard is and how it functions.

By Talin Vartanian -
Which Is Better: Shutting Off Your PC or Putting It to Sleep?

Which Is Better: Shutting Off Your PC or Putting It to Sleep?

Shutting down your PC versus putting it to sleep has been a long-debated subject. Most people are in one camp or the other. Here we’ll explore the pros and cons of these options to decide which is better for your computer.

By Talin Vartanian -
How Graphics Cards Works

How Graphics Cards Works

Have you ever wondered how your computer works to produce the graphic on the screen? Here’s an in-depth look at all of the essential components of a graphics card and how it all works.

By Talin Vartanian -
How to Clean the Inside of Your Computer

How to Clean the Inside of Your Computer

Computers attract dust bunnies like magnets to metal, but this doesn’t mean they’re a compatible match. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to safely clean the inside of your computer.

By Talin Vartanian -
Why You Need a Trackball Mouse

Why You Need a Trackball Mouse

The vast majority of computer users get by with a standard mouse, but a select few absolutely adore trackballs. If you are wondering if you need a trackball mouse, here are the reasons why a trackball mouse is the perfect tool for you.

By Alexander Fox -
A Guide to Retro Game Emulation with RetroPie

A Guide to Retro Game Emulation with RetroPie

RetroPie is one of the easiest ways to turn your Raspberry Pi into a fully operational retro game system. Check out the features & stability of the new release.

By Phil South -
How Loud Should Your Headphones Be?

How Loud Should Your Headphones Be?

We all know that loud music can damage our hearing, but how loud is too loud? Find out how loud headphones should be and tips to use headphones without damaging your ears.

By Ada Ivanova -
How to Choose a Filesystem for Your USB Drive

How to Choose a Filesystem for Your USB Drive

The default filesystem for most USB drives is FAT32, but you can always change it to suit your needs. Here is how to choose a proper filesystem for a USB drive.

By Ada Ivanova -
How Does Ryzen Stack Up in Gaming Performance?

How Does Ryzen Stack Up in Gaming Performance?

AMD’s Ryzen has a better performance than its predecessor, but how does it stack up in gaming performance? Is it enough to combat Intel’s market dominance? Let’s find out.

By Christopher Harper -
How to Reduce Fan Noise on Your PC

How to Reduce Fan Noise on Your PC

If you want to reduce fan noise on your PC, check out these specialized hardware and software recommendations here for tips on getting a quieter PC.

By Alexander Fox -
How To Recover “Lost” USB Space in Windows

How To Recover “Lost” USB Space in Windows

If you have a “shrinking” USB drive where it is showing a much smaller storage space than its original size, here’s how you can recover USB space in Windows.

By Simon Batt -
Why Computers “Whine” and What It Means

Why Computers “Whine” and What It Means

One noise that people don’t expect from their computer is a soft whining sound. So what causes it? Let’s find out why computers whine and what you can do about it.

By Simon Batt -
How to Transfer ROMs to RetroPie Via USB

How to Transfer ROMs to RetroPie Via USB

You can easily set up the Raspberry Pi to become a retro gaming machine with RetroPie. Here’s how you can transfer ROMs to Retropie and start playing games.

By Ryan Lynch -
Signs and Symptoms of a Dying Power Supply

Signs and Symptoms of a Dying Power Supply

When hardware begins to go wrong in a computer, it can be hard to diagnose which part is malfunctioning. Use this guide to check for a dying power supply.

By Simon Batt -