Your drivers can be a scary and intimidating thing. The two pieces of the Windows backend that I never recommend the novice user play with are the registry and device drivers. The smallest of errors in handling either of these can result in system instability or a completely bricked operating system, and that’s no fun. As you become a more experienced, savvy, and paranoid citizen of the Internet, you’ll grow accustomed to religiously backing up your system and online data.
I believe it was 1998 when my family invested in our first PC. Late by many’s standards, but I was only a nine-year-old kid at the time. Since then, if I had to take a stab in the dark. I’d say I’ve been through about eight different PCs. One of the biggest learning experiences is finding out what parts of your computer are sensitive to tweaking. It’s good to be cautious, but not too cautious. If you consider yourself a novice to the Windows platform, here are four areas that I recommend you stay far away from.
Computer games are complex beasts. Though their gameplay is often similar to what’s found on a console, the flexibility of the PC platform allows for fine-detail control not possible on other platforms. Games built for a computer will have a buffet of graphics options that can be adjusted to create an amazing visual experience. But […]
Just last week, IObit officially launched its driver updating tool called Driver Booster, which acts as a stand-alone tool for frequently updating drivers to optimize your PC gaming experiences.