How to Stay Away From Broken Laptop? Don’t Do These Mistakes

For business professionals and digital creators, the laptop is their most abused piece of tech. They carry it everywhere and their most of the data is stored on that machine. The point is, nobody wants to destroy their laptop but their unknowingly performed activity maybe slowly break their laptop. If you are not careful you … Read more

Solid State Active Cooling: Future Of Laptop Cooling

Solid State Active Cooling: a new conceptual cooling system that might bring desktop-grade processors or GPUs into laptops or notebooks or even ultrabooks. Ok, jokes apart but yes the cooling system is way more capable than the traditional fan mechanisms used in our laptops for decades. In CES 2023 Flore System introduced us to ‘AirJet’ … Read more

SSD NAND Flash Explained – TLC Vs QLC NAND

SSDs are becoming cheaper and cheaper every day. So it is getting confusing when you are going to buy an SSD for your computer and found the same capacity drives with a huge price difference. This is happening due to two different individual flash memories being used in SSDs. In consumer-grade, TLC and QLC are … Read more

USB Ports Color Code Explained – Each Color Tells Something!

USB, who doesn’t hear about it? But it has a few very confusing aspects. Apart from the different plug types like Mini USB, Micro USB, USB C, USB B, etc, there’s another very confusing and not standardized exposure which is color coding. Color coding is especially in trend with USB Type-A ports to indicate the different … Read more

USB Hubs: Things You Should Know Before Purchasing

USB hubs are commonly used nowadays. With the increasing popularity of laptops, people are preferring USB hubs instead of directly connecting devices to the laptop. The reasons here are quite obvious. With the constant plug-in and out, tear the USB ports over time, and also there’s a limited number of USB ports in the laptops. … Read more

Windows 11 Screen Recording With Snipping Tool! How?

Finally, the wait is over. Microsoft finally announced an in-built screen recorder in Windows 11. Users now no longer need to rely on Windows Game Bar, NVIDIA Geforce Experience, or similar third-party software. However, the screen recording feature of Windows 11 is not currently in the stable build. The new update is currently for developer … Read more

8 Signs That Your RAM is Going to Fail

Mostly, with laptops people complain about battery issues, keyboard failure, hinge broken, and even display problems but there is another problem that can’t be ignored – RAM issues. When RAM is started creating problems you will be frustrated and can’t find what’s actually happening with your system. In this article, I will discuss those problems … Read more

Wireless Mouse Not Working! How to Test?

In a wide variety of options, it’s quite hard to determine which mouse would be suitable for you. Without understanding the technical specifications if you bought one, you may have thrown your money into the garbage. But if you still have hope then I would recommend some tests which should be performed on your wired … Read more

Wi-Fi Card For PC – Things You Should Know

If you are owning a desktop then probably you don’t have Wi-Fi integrated. To access Wi-Fi sometimes we purchase cheap Wi-Fi dongles which neither offer proper speed nor stability. Obviously, just to get Wi-Fi replacing the motherboard is not an option instead Wi-Fi cards could come in handy. So, let’s take a deep look, what … Read more

Power Supply & Chargers Can Hack Your PC & Laptop

Have you heard of Air-Gapped computers? If not, then let me tell you that those computers that aren’t connected to the internet, Wi-Fi, and even Bluetooth are called air-gapped computers. Mostly in industrial environments, these kinds of computer systems are used to protect the machinery or production system from unwanted access, and also often it’s … Read more

How to Add Extra USB, HDMI, and Ethernet ports On laptop?

It is no need to say that IO ports on laptop computers are pretty limited. In full-sized laptops, there are generally 3 USB type A ports, 1 Ethernet, and 1 HDMI port but in compact notebooks or laptops, these port counts are getting more and more limited. Mostly, there are no type A ports only … Read more

Computer Running Slow! How to Make Computer Faster

So, again your computer is running slow and you’re becoming frustrated. No don’t worry, you’re not the only one with the certain slow-down issue. This is a very common problem and you may have already tried so many tips from the internet like restarting your computer, closing browser tabs, opening up task manager, and checking … Read more