The Ultimate Guide to Mastering Windows Task Manager

How to Fully Use Task Manager: A Complete Guide to Everything Ctrl+Alt+Delete & Beyond in Windows 10 – Full Breakdown for Newbies Sometimes, you have a program that you really, really need to close. But therein presents a problem: you can’t close it. There is either no red X at the top right, or you just can’t get it to work because the program won’t respond. This is where an external program called Task Manager … Read more

Win an Imazing Portable Car Jump Starter

Do you need to jump start your life? Maybe start a career in, I don’t know, counting dolphins? Well, I’m sorry but the Imazing Portable Car Jump Starter won’t do that for you – but it will help you get from point A to point B! That much I can guarantee. If your car battery says it hates its life and wants to die, well, you can tell it “That’s too bad,” and go against … Read more

Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner from Life Basis

            Who knew that you could clean jewelry with just water? And on top of that, who knew you could clean jewelry with sound of all things? I sure didn’t. Apparently it’s not just regular sound – it’s ultra-sonic sound. That’s ultra-tastic. The Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner from LifeBasis uses literal sound waves at 42,000 Hz to clean your favorite rings, earrings, necklaces, and whatever else you have in your prized family safe that you completely … Read more

How to Lock a Door the Advanced Way: Welock Fingerprint Door Lock

I bet you like locks. I bet you really like locking your door. I bet you really super-duper like being the only one to unlock your door and get into your house. Sorry, am I making you afraid for your own home security? That’s okay. Maybe you should invest in Welock’s Fingerprint Door Lock. That way, you’ll be the only one allowed in your house (through the front door, anyways)! Jokes aside, the 3rd-Generation less-than … Read more

The Best Modern Turntable: Donner DP-500 Wireless Belt-Drive Turntable

You ready to be a DJ? Ready to unleash your inner Tiesto? Or possibly claim to be really good at what you do, but just put on records one after another because you have no idea how to actually DJ? How about playing The Beatles at your grandma’s birthday party from one of her old records and doing pretty much nothing else because the elderly are usually easily entertained? Me too. The Donner DP-500 Wireless … Read more

The Best Affordable Pool Cleaning Robot: AIPER Seagull 600

Most people like pools. I say most people, because obviously I do, and that obviously counts as “most people.” Logic, right? And when you obviously own a pool like “most people,” you need to clean it. I hate cleaning pools. Cleaning pools sucks. But hey – that’s what a robot servant is for. Yes, a servant, let’s just, ehm… call it that. A completely willing robotic servant for your pool-cleaning needs such as the 2022 … Read more

How to Bypass McAfee Parental Controls

Sometimes your parents feel just a little too overbearing when you’re 16 years old and you are almost an adult at this point. Maybe you’re just a bit sick of being locked out of your PC due to bad family situations that you have no control over – it’s not my place to say what’s right and wrong from a professional standpoint, but things happen. This guide is to show you just how to get … Read more

Who is Uncle Roger: The Fried Rice Whiz

I don’t know about you, but I just had a wonderful pot of homemade Asian fried rice. Something in me tells me that Uncle Roger would kill me, though. I didn’t have ginger, and I used instant brown rice. But who am I to blame? I’m dirt poor and I’m making it work, dang it. Wait, who is Uncle Roger anyway? I’m glad I asked, because you sure didn’t. To be completely honest, he’s one … Read more

Have You Played Wordle?

The New York Times newspaper has always been known for its challenging Crossword, but have you heard of a game called Wordle? Many people struggle with it as well – and for good reason. The New York Times has online forms of their games on their website for everyone to try out, and today we’re going to take a look at Wordle. Wordle is essentially a type of game where you guess a word. Really, … Read more

How to Screenshot in Windows: Basic & Advanced

Many people think that you just snap a picture of your screen and then save it somewhere. This might be the case, but many people don’t know that you can do so much more with a simple tool that comes with your Windows PC called Snipping Tool. However, for the people who just want the simple solution, here: There should be a button on your keyboard (usually to the right, near the number pad and … Read more

How to Use Notepad in a Pinch: 5 Tech Tips for the Budget PC

When many people hear “Notepad,” they dread the name. It strikes fear in the hearts of many, and often they think the end is nigh. But sometimes – in a pinch – it’s all you have. Sometimes your PC is such a potato that you can’t run anything else. But you shouldn’t underestimate it either. Here are 5 tips for the wary Notepad user that might just turn this simple program into a life-saving application … Read more

Roxie Reacts: The Case Study of Vanitas – Episode 2, “In the City of Flowers” [Spoilers; Dubbed Version; Critical Analysis]

Welcome back to another episode of Roxie Reacts. I’m looking forward to seeing what will happen with Vanitas and Noe. The thought of Noe having to take down Vanitas makes me intrigued, and the knowledge of Vanitas being a straight-up anti-villain makes me giddy as heck. As always, timestamps will be below. 0:12 – This boy be peelin’. Or… rather, etching wood. And from the looks of this, it’s a flashback. 0:28 – It’s Noe’s … Read more

Roxie Reacts: The Case Study of Vanitas – Episode 1, “In the Event of Rusty Hopes” [Spoilers; Dubbed Version; Critical Analysis]

Hello and welcome to the first edition of Roxie Reacts. It’s great to meet you. I’m Roxie, and I’m going to be giving a live reaction to every single episode of a series I choose, beginning with Funimation’s The Case Study of Vanitas. I enjoy hosting roleplays, writing narrative fiction, and of course working on these articles. So I thought, “Why not give a critical analysis of an anime series, episode-by-episode, reaction-by-reaction, for the lovely … Read more

3D Printed Housing: An Iconic Revolution

I’ve always been interested in things that could save the environment: things that are much more cost-effective and noteworthy in comparison to other modern-day or tried-and-true solutions. Many people say, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. But I tend to disagree – because that mindset can limit you from discovering wonderful, new ideas that could revolutionize a whole industry. In fact, the industry in question is architecture itself. Humans have been building buildings since … Read more

Steam Deck: You Mean a Gaming Tablet?

To be completely honest, when I first saw the Steam Deck, I thought it was quite a rip-off, or at least a mini low-end gaming computer that has the price, portability, and size of an expensive tablet (but with gaming controls). Apparently I was partially right. AMD makes absolutely wonderful processors that can make you shout “what in blazes” at the speed. And you can imagine what happens when they combine that with Steam, using … Read more

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Psychic Mousepads: The New Wireless Phone Chargers

Ever heard of wireless electricity? You use it all the time in the form of WiFi: electrical signals that can be transmitted wirelessly to different devices. You also use this same energy when you listen to the radio in the morning when you go to work. In fact, what if I told you that you could also tap into something more high-powered to charge your phone without even having to plug it into the wall? … Read more

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Roxie’s Underrated Reviews: Sunset Overdrive

There comes a point in an individual’s life where they just want to blow stuff up. There also comes a point where this same individual decides to blow stuff up, and have fun doing it. So why not just play some good ol’ Sunset Overdrive instead and save yourself an act of terrorism, destruction of property, and general mass endangerment which an insanity plea sadly won’t get you out of. I mean heck, the protagonist … Read more

Featuring New Dragon Blogger Writer Roxie Revonae

So… I’m Roxie. To be fair, I’m just some person… girl… thing… on the internet who likes to shout my opinion as loud as I can while also doing it respectfully and trying to come from a place of good intents. I’m an extremely spiritual individual (the legit logic-based para-psychological stuff, not the “woo-woo” nonsense) who has a lot of diverse interests, and spends her time working on herself and trying to get ahead in … Read more

Take Me to the Moon, Luna – What is Amazon Luna?

If there’s a rocket ship involved, I’m in. Wait, what? There’s no rocket ship? What about… about science?! Guess I’m- oh dang, there are games? A streaming service for games? Psh, we all know that’s just a load of garbage, you can’t play games seamlessly on- Okay hold the phone. What are you saying now? A whole library for $5.99 a month, and that’s not even it? And Ubisoft games for $14.99 a month? The … Read more

Underrated Reviews: The Witcher

Let me guess: You envision Geralt as a geriatric old man with white hair and a cranky old “I hate the world” attitude. You’d be surprised if you knew that the original author of The Witcher book series actually sued 3D Projekt Red because they went too off course from the original Geralt in the 3rd game, Witcher 3. In fact, you’d probably be even more shocked to see our favorite monster-slaying baddie looking like … Read more