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How to Secure a Router?

A lag-free experience supplementing your gameplay with 60+ FPS in 4K can be achieved with the right router. However, is your router secure? Not sure where to start? Don’t worry, more companies are making their routers easy to navigate and configure. Most people just give…
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How to secure your Wi-Fi network?

Wireless Fidelity, better known as Wi-Fi, is installed nearly in every house, office, and building you can think of. It is easy to set up and allows access to the Internet to all the wireless devices in the range. Wi-Fi monitors all the traffic on your network. It provides…
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When and How to Reformat a PC?

If you buy a new pc, and use it for a few years, there is always a chance of a slight dip in its performance. Many pc users struggle with the question of when and how to reformat a pc. You may have formatted your PC several times by now, and it may or may not have been…
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Desktop PC Airflow Guide

There have been some massive technological advancements in the field of Desktop PCs and laptops. Every day we get to see some perplexing new models and mind-blowing modifications to different components. In all this evolution, one component of the PC has survived. It’s…
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How to Extend the Life of a USB Drive?

When you are looking to transfer some files containing user data, the first accessory that comes to most people’s mind is a USB flash drive. Some of the best USB flash drives or pen drives with extensive performance and speed can be bought from most tech stores, as they…
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How to Find and Eliminate Wi-Fi Dead Spots

Have you ever experienced the feeling of finding a nice quiet place to work in your home, ready to begin with a nice cup of tea, only to discover that there are no signals where you’re at? What you just experienced was a Wi-Fi dead spot. The signals may be fine around that…
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Ethernet vs. WiFi. Which One is Better for Your Needs?

Ethernet is the wired mode of physically connecting the network devices or computers in a local area network (LAN). It was introduced in the 1970s and is still widely used today. Wireless fidelity (WiFi) is the wireless mode of connecting networks to the internet via radio…
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Heatsinks in PC – Everything You Need to Know

When you are putting a system under heavy load, it generates a massive amount of heat that limits its overall performance. The heatsink is primarily responsible for cooling the system, and it directly impacts the temperature of your CPU. PC heatsinks are the metal fragments…
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EATX vs ATX vs Micro ATX vs Mini ITX Motherboards

A motherboard is an inseparable part of your computer system. Whenever you’re trying to build a PC for yourself, you are likely to come across a term called form factor, which may leave you scratching your head. There are quite a lot of form factors out there. However, the…
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PCI vs. USB Wi-Fi Adapters

There are two ways that you can access the internet on your PC, either through an ethernet cable or through Wi-Fi. Whether it is due to the unavailability of an ethernet cable or because you don’t want to trouble yourself by having to take the ethernet cable with your…
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Computer Beep Codes You Should Know

Have you ever experienced incessant beeps while trying to boot up your computer? If you have, then you know the frustration that comes with it. These beeps are indicative of some sort of problem with your PC’s hardware components. To understand this problem, you need to…
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How to Fix Intel Optane Memory Pinning Error

Intel Optane Memory is a form of non-volatile memory that you can add to your computer’s hardware to boost the speed of your HDD or SSD. As far as the concept of memory pinning goes, this is essentially how Intel Optane can pick specific files, programs, and applications…