HDMI, DVI and DisplayPort: what are the differences and which should you use?

HDMI, DVI and DisplayPort are all technologies we hear of often, but actually know little about. Learn what they do and which one you should use at home!

What are transistors and how do they work?

We hear about transistors quite a bit, but don’t always know exactly what they are. Learn what transistors are all about and how they work.

How to add and remove a new user account in Windows 10

Wondering how one might add or remove a new user account to Windows 10? Learn how to do just that in our step by step guide!

How to disable your webcam for an extra layer of privacy

Wondering how you might go about disabling your webcam in Windows 10? Learn how to easily disable it through a couple easy tricks.

How capacitors on motherboards (and other components) work

Wondering what capacitors are? Learn how they work and why they’re such an integral part of the motherboard and other components!

What is TCP/IP and how does it work?

TCP/IP is an integral part of the internet and how it works, but few people actually know what TCP/IP is in the first place. If you want a deeper understanding of the technology that connects the planet, you’re in luck, cause we’ve put this guide together on what it is and how it all works. […]

How to restrict access to the Registry Editor in Windows 10

Don’t want anyone other than the administrator messing with registry keys? Learn how to restrict access to Standard user accounts with this tutorial.

Everything you need to know about temporary files

Wondering what temporary files are all about? Learn how they work and if clearing or deleting them actually speeds up your PC!

What are the benefits and drawbacks of overclocking?

Wondering what the true benefits and drawbacks are behind overclocking? Learn how it can help you as well as the drawbacks to look out for.

SLI vs. Crossfire: What they are and how they work

SLI and Crossfire are two great ways to implement a dual graphics card setup on your computer. But how do they work? And what’s the difference?