You might have seen terms like “ATC,” “MATX,” Mini ITX,” etc., when purchasing a motherboard. Learn about the various form factors, their differences and how it can affect your purchase decision.
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When you are getting a WiFi adapter, you’ll be faced with either a PCI or a USB adapter. Learn the differences between them and which is more suitable for you.
With some simple optimization, you can better prepare your external hard disk for storing movies efficiently and effectively. Here is everything you need to know.
Intake and exhaust fans are useful to keep your desktop computer cool. If your system is getting a little too warm, try adding an intake/exhaust fan to improve the airflow.
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.
If you are still using a slow traditional HDD for your PC, you can now use Intel Optane Memory to speed things up. Find out what Intel Optane Memory is and how it benefits you.
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!
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.
Not everyone can afford a brand new laptop, and there are times when buying a used laptop is the only realistic option you have. Here are some tips for things you should check before spending your hard-earned cash on a used computer.
A PC’s BIOS typically doesn’t need to be updated very frequently except when it’s having problems with the hardware. Here’s how you can upgrade your PC’s BIOS.
A lot of confusion can sprout up where display standards are concerned, especially ones like HDMI and DisplayPort. Here we will explain what you need to know about each display standard.
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.
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.
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.
CPUs and GPUs are quite similar, and both can process thousands of operations per second. So what’s the difference between a CPU and GPU? Let’s check it out!
The most common way to get connected to the Internet is via Wifi, Ethernet and 3G/4G. Here we’ll explore each of the methods and their pros and cons.
You might have seen a “hardware acceleration” option when configuring your devices. Here is what you need to know about hardware acceleration.
When buying a router there are a number of factors to take into consideration. Here is what you need to know to make an informed buying decision.