Hardware Archive

Deploy Printers in Domain using Group Policy

One of the most important features of Group Policies usage in Active Directory Domain environment is the possibility to connect a shared network printer on a group of computers or users with just a few clicks. Thus, when a user login to the Windows,

How to install printer on Windows 10

In this article you are going to find out how to install your printer on Windows 10. Doing this is very simple and straightforward. Now, before you can actually do this, make sure that your printer is actually connected to a power source. Also,

Clone Windows 10 and Installed Data to a New Hard Drive

In this tutorial, we will show you how to migrate Windows 10 and all installed data to a new hard drive. The same process applies if you are migrating to SSD. We will be migrating from a 250 GB hard drive to 1 TB

Speed up your PC using RAID 0

Today let us give you a very brief introduction on RAID. RAID stands for Redundant Array of Independent (or Inexpensive) Disks. Its main function is to join multiple storage units together to form a single logical unit. In early days of computing, it was used to

How to build a gaming PC

Hello guys! In this tutorial, I will guide you on how to build a Gaming PC. To be precise, this will help you build just any PC but the main focus I have in this article is on a gaming PC. To get things

Know the difference between AMD and INTEL processors

Hello everyone! I hope you guys are doing well. Since you are reading this article, I’d find myself the freedom to assume that you know the basics about a processor and its purpose in a computer. But as a short reminder — a processor

How to Check Your Router for Malware

As a standard feature, consumer router security isn’t exactly top notch, which can lead to your router being easily compromised by hackers. In this post we’re going to show you how to check if your router has been attacked and what you can do

Tips for Hardware Fixes and Upgrades

Computers have become a very significant part of our lives, but how many of us truly know how one works and, especially, how to fix it when it doesn’t? In this post we talk about some of the skills a truly tech-savvy person has

How to Save Money When Building Your Own PC

If you’re on a budget and you want to get the best computer you can possibly can, the most cost-efficient thing you can do is to try and build it yourself. It’s a lot simpler than you think and, when you draw the line,

10 Common Computer Myths You Should Stop Believing

Computers have been a big part of our daily lives for decades now, yet despite of this (or maybe precisely because of it!) there are still lots of myths and misconceptions surrounding even the most basic aspects of their use. In this post we