ComputingLaptopsStorage

How Much Storage Do I Need?

Whenever you think of buying a laptop/PC, one of the first things that comes to mind is storage. Making the right call will not only be beneficial in the long run but may also help you save some money on upgrades later. Our guide below will get you up to speed with…
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Laptop Fan Making Noise: What to do?

Hearing a laptop fan noise is concerning and disconcerting. A laptop fan making noise is a sure-fire sign of something going very wrong… right? This article will delve into why a laptop fan making noise might be worrisome or might not be something to worry about. In either…
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How to Improve CPU Performance

The Central Processing Unit, or CPU, is undeniably the heart of the computer. Knowing how to improve CPU performance is thus useful no matter what problems you might be having with your computer, and to avert problems that are building up in the pipeline. While all…
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Thunderbolt: Everything You Need to Know

The way technology has advanced in just the last decade, you wouldn’t be forgiven for buying a laptop and having to stop to ask yourself “What is Thunderbolt 3, and why did this movie need to come free with this computer?” Thunderbolt, of course, is not a movie. What…
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32-bit vs 64-bit: What's the Difference?

Even if you do not know anything about tech, you have probably still heard about the 32- vs 64-bit debate when it comes to processors. But since 64-bit clearly seems to be dominating modern computing, does the debate even matter and should you care? Keep on reading to find…
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How to Build a Laptop

When it comes to laptops, you can either buy a pre-configured laptop or build a custom one. Pre-configured laptops come with specifications that are meant to appeal to a large segment of the market. They are manufactured in bulk and are the ones you’ll see on most store…
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What Laptop Size do You Really Need?

Calling something a ‘laptop’ might be a vivid example of applying the philosophical concepts of relative thinking to technology: everyone would picture something vastly different, with varying expectations of size, storage, speed, power, portability, and connectivity…