SATA 3 vs M.2 vs NVMe – Overview and Comparison

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There are a variety of different terms for solid state drives these days, the three most popular being SATA 3, M.2, and NVMe. If you’ve recently looked at purchasing an SSD, chances are you’ve come across these terms, but you may not completely understand the technical differences. In this article, we’ll be laying out the […]

60Hz vs 144Hz vs 240Hz Monitors – When It Makes Sense to Upgrade

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If you play video games on a PC, chances are you’ve heard all about 144Hz and 240Hz monitors. If you’ve used a standard 60Hz monitor for all of your life so far, it can be hard to know whether moving to 144Hz or 240Hz will be a good idea or not. In this article, we’ve […]

5 Great VPN Apps You Can Actually Trust

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With all the recent talk of privacy violations from companies using platforms like Facebook, there’s never been a more important time to protect your privacy online. For many people, the first line of thought for protecting your privacy is to use a VPN. Using a virtual private network can be a great way to mask […]

OTT Guide to Backups, System Images and Recovery in Windows 10

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Just about all new versions of Windows have many components that are taken from previous versions of the OS. Most of the time, it’s a better version of the old software. Sometimes, like in Windows 8, multiple versions of the same feature are included and it can make things worse. Lastly, some features from older […]

10 Awesome Windows 10 Registry Hacks You Might Not Know

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As Windows 10 gains a bigger market share over the next few years, you can be sure there are going to be a lot of ways to customize or tweak the registry! A lot of visual and under-the-hood changes can only be done via the registry. In this article, I’ll show you 10 cool registry […]

Fastest Way to Scan Large Number of Photos at Home

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My father recently decided to start scanning all of our baby and childhood photos using his HP flatbed scanner at home and quickly realized that it would take years to scan all the photos into the computer if he did it one by one. He then looked into buying some more expensive equipment that could […]

How to Store All Your Photos and Videos in the Cloud

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Recently, I had some friends over and they were telling me about how they store all of their photos and videos on their computer or phone and don’t even make regular local backups to USB disks or external hard drives. This is definitely risky, which is why I consider it essential to keep a set […]

How To Link Up Your Android Smartphone With Windows 10

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Did you know that you can link up your Android smartphone with Windows 10 to create a streamlined experience between the two devices? Once set up, you can browse the web, use apps, send emails, and do other tasks on your smartphone, then seamlessly switch to your PC and carry on those tasks where you […]

9 Best Xbox One/Xbox One X Accessories

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If you only play Xbox casually, you may be happy with the equipment you get straight out of the box. However, if you play games on your Xbox One or Xbox One X regularly, you may prefer to up your game by picking out a wider range of higher quality accessories. This list contains 9 […]

How to Check Your Google and Facebook Connected Apps

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Are you a regular or robust user of Google tools? Have you used your Google account to sign into third party apps? Do you often take quizzes sent by friends on Facebook? Or, as with Google, have you used your Facebook account to log in to third party apps or websites? Last, are you alarmed […]