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 -
How to Extend Your WiFi Coverage

How to Extend Your WiFi Coverage

It is pretty common for a big area to have a “dead spot” where you can’t receive a WiFi signal. Learn how you can extend WiFi coverage and improve the signal.

By Ryan Lynch -
How Important Are Surge Protectors for PCs?

How Important Are Surge Protectors for PCs?

Do you have a surge protector to protect your PC? It may not seem important, but it could be the difference between the life and death of your PC. Find out more!

By Simon Batt -
How to Check the RAM Health on Windows 10

How to Check the RAM Health on Windows 10

It is easy to blame the RAM whenever your PC is slow, but how do you really check if your RAM is faulty? Here’s how to check the RAM health in Windows 10.

By Robert Zak -
What Is HDMI and What Is It Useful For

What Is HDMI and What Is It Useful For

You have probably seen and used an HDMI cable, but do you really know the differences between each version? Find out all about HDMI here.

By Corbin Telligman -
What Beep Codes Are, and How to Interpret Them

What Beep Codes Are, and How to Interpret Them

Sometimes your PC will make a series of beeping noises while stuck in a strange boot limbo. This is known as a “beep code.” Find out what is it and how to interpret them.

By Simon Batt -
How to Connect Your PC to a TV

How to Connect Your PC to a TV

Connecting a PC to a TV is easy, and there are a ton of good reasons to do so. Here are some of the advantages and ways to connect a PC to a TV.

By Ryan Lynch -
How to Properly Diagnose Computer Noises

How to Properly Diagnose Computer Noises

If you are hearing noises coming out of your computer, here’s a guide to help you diagnose computer noises, isolate the problem and repair it quickly and efficiently.

By Miguel Leiva-Gomez -
What Are Ram Drives and How Do They Work?

What Are Ram Drives and How Do They Work?

While SSD is fast, in some instances you can make use of RAM drives to make the system go even faster. Find out what RAM drives are and how they work.

By Alexander Fox -
What is a Heatsink? Does My Computer Need One?

What is a Heatsink? Does My Computer Need One?

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.

By Simon Batt -
How to Eliminate WiFi Deadspots with These Simple Steps

How to Eliminate WiFi Deadspots with These Simple Steps

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.

By Simon Batt -
MTE Explains: What is Vapor Chamber Cooling?

MTE Explains: What is Vapor Chamber Cooling?

A lot of high-end laptops or CPU/GPU coolers are using “vapor chamber” as a selling point. How is this better than the traditional cooling techniques? Let’s find out.

By Miguel Leiva-Gomez -