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There’s an important new weapon in Steam’s arsenal: Family Sharing. What is it, and how does it work?
As you browse dashcams you may wonder why one would be desirable. What features do they offer? How are they different from a regular camera? Why not just use a smartphone?
In this video we explain five tips that absolutely anyone, even a complete action-RPG newbie, can follow to become better at PoE.
Malware is still a thing! Tens of millions of PCs remain infected worldwide. The damage ranges from unstable computers to identity theft. What makes people not take malware seriously? Let’s uncover the myths.
If your computer fans frequently hit top speeds, it’s a sign that your CPU is fully loaded. Simultaneously, your computer may slow down. That’s annoying, especially if you’re not actually doing anything.
Here’s what you need to know if you’ve never tried World of Warcraft before.
Do you have a short fuse? Transferring data between a PC and external storage is a common task and slow transfer of files can be extremely frustrating. Fortunately, you can easily improve transfer speeds.
Miniaturization continues to shrink the size of the average PC. What once required several rooms can now fit in your pocket. There’s a new category, the mini-PC, that’s becoming popular.
The laptop has, for many people, become the only home computer needed. This means picking the right system is both more important, yet also more difficult.
Many games are free up-front, but bombard players with an endless array of in-game purchases, some of which are impossible to avoid if you want to complete the game.
New games can be expensive, sucking $60 (or more) from your bank account, but there are plenty of games available for far less. The same money can buy you hours of additional entertainment if you pick older titles instead of the latest and greatest, and there’s plenty to choose from; Steam currently lists almost 3,500 […]
Since your smartphone is always with you, it’s a great resource for monitoring your budget, calculating interest or finding coupons.
The Xbox 360’s gamepad has become the standard for both PC and console games, but the PlayStation 3′s gamepad isn’t much worse, and both next-gen consoles improve on their predecessors. Does that mean aftermarket controllers are worthless, or is there still a reason to buy them?
You’re just turning your PC off; how hard can it be? Shutting down is a complex process and much can go wrong. If your Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 gets stuck, check out our troubleshooting tips.