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.