If you’re building a gaming PC, it doesn’t mean you have to pay a high price for parts. Avoid the mistakes people make when buying parts for a gaming PC.
On an old Linux PC with a small amount of RAM, you can use zswap to compress the swap files and make the PC run faster. Here’s how to do it.
Apple has soldered in many parts to their newer Macs to prevent users from upgrading. One way to save costs is to buy and upgrade an older Mac instead of getting a new one.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Sometimes the easiest way to speed up your Mac is by clearing the cache and RAM contents. Best of all, you can use the purge command to do so. Here’s how.
There are multiple factors to take into consideration when buying RAM: type of RAM, RAM capacity, and RAM Frequency. If all of this is confusing to you, we’ll clarify it for you in this article.
Using smem, you can view a color-coded bar and pie chart of the memory used by processes in a Linux system.
If you are using a RAM optimization tool, it is time to stop now. Windows comes with a good memory management function and using a RAM optimization tool can in fact make your PC run slower.
When your PC malfunctions, it is difficult to pinpoint which hardware is failing. This PC troubleshooting guide list the symptoms related to each hardware so you can fix it easily.
Most of us are now probably using a 64-bit Microsoft Operating System like Windows 7 x64 or Windows Vista x64, which allows the computer to address more than 3GB of RAM. Did you know, however, that any 32-bit applications you run are still limited to making use of only 2GB of RAM? This includes many […]
This is a guest post by Mike Thimmesch Most people are unaware of the components that go into building a personal computer. You have probably heard words like “motherboard”, “CPU”, and “RAM”, but have little idea about what they mean, how they affect the speed at which information is processed, or how many files you […]
This is a guest post by Keith The flaky PC (as it is often referred) is a computer which acts normally most of the time, but occasionally quits active programs, delivers obscure error messages, or restarts entirely. So, what causes flaky PC syndrome? Although there is no single answer, one of the most common causes […]