Alienware has over 20 years of history in the gaming arena. Since the release of their first Alpha machine at E3 in 2014, they have been focused on putting the gaming PC in the living room. The promise of the Alpha was that you could play all your games at affordable prices. This year a […]
ReadyBoost has been around since the days of Windows Vista. It is a little known Windows feature that can use external USB flash drives (or SD cards or CF cards), as a hard disk cache to speed up disk read performance. As we will explore in this article, there are times when ReadyBoost can be […]
Windows 10 is a good operating system, but an operating system doesn’t have all the tools that you need to be happy and productive. That’s where the Windows 10 apps come into play. Whether it’s a Windows 10 app from the Windows Store or a desktop app from the manufacturer’s website, these apps can help […]
Windows 10 is filled with new features and better ways to control the computer, but every user has to learn how to access these feature and how they work. As Windows 10 celebrates its 6-month birthday, Microsoft reports that, “More than 200 million devices are running Windows 10 in 192 countries across the world.” Many […]
The All-in-One (AIO) computer is a great way to put a computer on your desktop without any clutter or big chunky CPU and the Acer Z3 series gives you everything that you need in an AIO. Acer Z3 Features The Acer Z3-710-UR54 that I reviewed is a sturdy AIO with a simple aluminum stand supporting […]
In this tutorial, we will teach you how to use Remote Desktop to connect to another computer to control it remotely. We give step by step instructions, advantages, and drawbacks of Remote Desktop.
The ASRock Beebox is an ultra-compact barebone computer, with a dual-core Celeron N3000 CPU, one 2.5-inch SATA bay, and bringing one type C USB 3.0 port. Let’s take a good look at this tiny PC.
The Gigabyte BRIX Pro is an ultra-compact barebone computer, with a fourth-generation Core i7-4770R CPU, four USB 3.0 ports, and one 2.5” SATA bay. Let’s take a good look at this tiny PC.