When choosing what components to put in or buy for your computer, one of the big decisions to make is between an SSD and an HDD. Both storage methods have their advantages, although most advantages of HDDs are based on the fact that the technology is more mature and has been researched and developed extensively for decades. This is in comparison to SSDs which have only been … [Read more...] about The Difference Between HDDs and SDDs
A feature advertised on many modern Wi-Fi routers is “Beamforming”. The information on the box generally explains that it can improve the Wi-Fi range and signal strength, but you rarely get an explanation of how it works. … [Read more...] about What is Wi-Fi Beamforming?
Samsung phone and tablet users are often served with exclusive features for their devices. Among these features is Samsung Flow. Samsung Flow connects your smartphone or tablet seamlessly and securely to your Windows PC. … [Read more...] about How To Use Samsung Flow
You are probably already familiar with the latest kid on the tech bloc, Samsung Galaxy S10's exciting new feature in Bixby. Bixby is a beautiful, smart digital assistant that can achieve wonders for users. Yes, Bixby will help you do things that usually require sharp human intelligence and common sense. With this smart assistant that comes packed in a tiny space in your … [Read more...] about Fun Features and Settings for Bixby
DNS is a network protocol used to resolve human-readable URL addresses into the IP address that your computer needs to communicate over the internet. DNS stands for Domain Name System and was first designed in 1983 as the size of its predecessor, the centralized “Assigned Numbers List” was becoming unmanageable. To improve upon this, DNS has a distributed design with three main … [Read more...] about What is DNS?
If you’re looking at buying a new SSD, you may see that some SSDs are more expensive than others. Obviously, the biggest factor in the price is the capacity of the SSD with larger SSDs being more expensive. Another important factor in the price is the speed of an SSD but it can be hard to tell what the advertised speeds really mean and if they will really affect you. … [Read more...] about Does SSD Speed Matter?
If you’re on LinkedIn and you add someone to your network, you are automatically set to follow them. Following someone means that anything they post, like, or comment on appears in your LinkedIn feed. If you don’t want to see posts and alerts from someone anymore, you could remove them from your connections. Removing a connection to someone though, reduces the size of your … [Read more...] about How to Unfollow Someone on LinkedIn
One of the most frustrating things you can happen when using a streaming website such as Netflix or YouTube is to encounter a message informing you that the content that you want to watch is “not available in your region”. This happens because streaming sites have to licence the copyrighted content that they distribute, but these licences don’t always cover a worldwide … [Read more...] about Why Do Streaming Sites Geo-Block Content?
Chrome, by default, doesn't show you the full URL. You might not care too much about this detail, but if for some reason you need the full URL displayed, there's an adjustment you can make to see the full URL. With a change here and there, Chrome will no longer hide the HTTP:// part of the URL. But, you will need to go into flags Chrome has to change this. … [Read more...] about How to Force Google Chrome to Always Show Full URLs
The clipboard your Android device comes with could use a major overhaul. That's usually why most Android users end up using a third-party app. You can only copy and paste one thing at a time. The only way to see what you copied is by pasting. An option some users might go with is Gboard, it's not jam-packed with features, but it's part of a good keyboard. … [Read more...] about How to Use Gboard Clipboard in Android