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Top Graphic Cards For Custom Gaming Machines

Saturday, December 20th, 2014

As gaming tech advances, choosing the right graphic card is more important than ever. Continue reading

How Can I Save My 8MM Film?

Monday, December 8th, 2014

We all love our old home movies. The format that they’re on? Not so much. Here are some options for updating that so that you can continue to enjoy them. Continue reading

Why Does My Laptop Blink?

Monday, December 8th, 2014

Harry has a blinking light on his laptop that won’t turn off. We look at what could be behind it. Continue reading

Unlocking Your Blackberry

Sunday, November 30th, 2014

Unlocking a Blackberry can be a trial. Here are some hints and tips. Continue reading

New Tech – Why Do I Need It? Part 2

Monday, November 24th, 2014

Lillian isn’t sure why anyone needs a mobile device. We check out some of the advantages. Continue reading

New Tech – Why Do I Need It? Part 1

Saturday, November 22nd, 2014

Lillian wants to know why anyone wants mobile tech and just how it works anyway. We break down the basics. Continue reading

How Can I Use Bluetooth

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

Barb wants to know what Bluetooth is, how it works and where to get it. Continue reading

5 Things You Can Do With Your Smartphone

Saturday, November 15th, 2014

It feels like smartphones can do pretty much anything these days. Of course, most people will simply use their mobile devices to text friends, browse the internet, and check their various social media accounts. There are, however, a vast array of other possibilities out there for those who really want to see what their phones are capable of doing. If anything, the smartphone can become

A new smart suitcase could make lost luggage a thing of the past. Continue reading

Internet Speed Vs. LAN Speed

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

Jim wants to know if a 150 Mbps router would help if he only gets 20 Mbps from his ISP. Continue reading

Leone wants to know if she can use a hard drive from a 32 bit system as an external drive for a 64 bit system. Continue reading

Tools From The Past Still Have Place

Monday, October 27th, 2014

From fax machine to vinyl records, yesterday’s technology is still alive and well in the modern world. Continue reading

Gaming consoles are expensive – An Xbox One or PlayStation 4 could set you back $400. But how long will they be supported? Continue reading

Will This Cord Fit My iPhone?

Thursday, October 2nd, 2014

Corbin wants to know why it’s so hard to find cheap cables for his iPhone and iPad. Continue reading

Surface Pro 2- Right-Click Without A Mouse?

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

Carl is looking for a way to right-click without a mouse on his Surface Pro 2 tablet. We show him how it’s done. Continue reading

Check out some of the latest high-tech solutions to help you manage and protect your household Continue reading

Things To Consider Before Dual-Booting Ubuntu

Wednesday, September 10th, 2014

Larry is considering a dual-boot with XP and Ubuntu. Before he makes the move, there’s something he should think about. Continue reading

Clearing Your Hard Drive

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

It’s so frustrating when you go to do a backup and don’t have enough space. This article contains suggestions for making sure that you have enough space for your backup. Continue reading

Can you swap a laptop for a Windows tablet. After 18 months with a Surface Pro, we break down the pros and cons. Continue reading

How Do I Turn Off My WiFi?

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

James wants to know the quickest way to shut his WiFi off in Windows 7 and 8. We walk him through the process. Continue reading

How the Win + X shortcut can make it easier to handle important functions on your laptop. Continue reading

Raspberry Pi is an inexpensive credit card sized computer module designed to bring fun back to computer programming for kids and for those of us who have loved computers since the stone ages of the eighties. Continue reading

What Is An eSATA Port?

Saturday, August 23rd, 2014

What is an eSATA port and how can you use it? How it works and what you need to make it work. Continue reading

Find out why your wireless mouse’s USB receiver keeps dropping its connection. Continue reading

Bette’s Toshiba Satellite L75D-A7283 laptop keeps dropping the WiFi connection. We tell her what’s up and if there’s anything she can do to fix it. Continue reading

Updates for Galaxy S2?

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

The Samsung Galaxy S2 is upgradable to the Android “Jellybean” operating system (version 4.1.2). Here are instructions on how to update and what to expect. Continue reading

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