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.
Information on PC hardware
Intel’s processor naming is a big old box of chaos. If you are ever confused of the differences between i3, i5 and i7, this article will clear things up.
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.
We all know that USB drives are getting obsolete, but that doesn’t mean they are useless. Here are 5 cool things you can do with old usb drives.
When buying a laptop for the first time, some users will find the advertised system specs quite confusing. Here are the specs of a laptop you should look for when getting your first laptop.
Many are unaware that hackers can now crack into wireless mice and keyboard adapters and use them for their own purposes. This article will explain what this attack does and how to protect against it
You probably have heard of Solid State Drive but are not sure if you need one. Here we will explain SSD in more detail and help you decide if you should buy it.
With all the vital data you store on a USB drive, you might want to extend its life. Here are some tips on how to extend the life of your USB drive.
When purchasing a new computer, you might be confused as to how much hard drive space you need. Here is a guide to help you find out.
When choosing a mechanical keyboard, you will come across different types labeled by “colors.” These are the keyboard switches. Learn how to choose the right mechanical keyboard switch type.
The latest AMD Polaris and Nvidia Pascal graphics cards are here. As gamers and PC hardware enthusiasts rejoice, here’s what you need to know about them.
The Raspberry Pi 3 is one of the best and most affordable mini computers around. Follow the steps here to install Android TV in Raspberry Pi 3.
The new cut-down version of the Raspberry Pi can run Retropie, but there are a few things you should know about using it as a retro gaming computer.
Need a new sound card? In this article we discuss the steps to take when buying a sound card as well as our advice on whether you really need one.
Ever wondered about the different Raspberry Pi projects available? Here is a list of four software projects to check out and try on your own.
Looking to make informed buying decisions when looking at mobile phone specifications? This mobile hardware guide will help you do that.
Want to get the full retro gaming experience that you once had on a CRT display? In this article we’ll help you do that using Retropie via the careful application of the built-in shaders.
For those who have difficulty figuring out the joystick modes and file system problems in Retropie, here’s how you can properly configure Retropie in Raspberry Pi.