Make Chrome Faster

Google Chrome is easily the best browser out there and most people including me use it as my default browser on all my devices. Thanks to the V8 JavaScript Engine and multi-process architecture, Chrome is blazing fast and the User Interface is dead simple to use and navigate. While we are talking about speed, let me [...]

2016-01-24T10:44:15-08:00February 3rd, 2016|Categories: Internet, Software, Technology|Tags: , , , , , |

Install .NET Framework 3.5 on Windows 10 offline

One of the biggest annoys I faced after a fresh install of Windows 10 on my computer was the installation of the .NET Framework 3.5 feature on it. First let's see why do we (still) need .NET framework 3.5 even when Windows 10 comes with .NET Framework 4.5 installed already. The .NET Framework is an integral [...]

All the Windows Run commands you’ll ever need

Windows Run feature is incredibly handy. However, it is something relatively few users know about and even fever use it and the main reason behind this is perhaps, because the users don't know the commands. So, to solve this problem, I decided to put together all the run commands I can think of in this one post.

2016-01-15T16:54:23-08:00January 19th, 2016|Categories: Software, Technology, Windows10, Windows7, Windows8|Tags: , , , , , , |

Know the password of your WiFi network

Many times my computer is connected to a WiFi network but I don't remember the password for it now. This is something I have experienced a lot. Often, I am using the teacher's WiFi network of my college and the administrator himself enters the password without revealing it to me, and sometimes some of my cousins do the same. Faced a similar situation and you want to connect a second device but don't know or remember the password? You can obviously ask the admin about the password or you can find it yourself.

Review of the Fractal Design Define S Chassis

Some of us want an extreme case, a case that can support any and everything you can think of and some of us just want a case that can support the basics.  Then there are those of us in between that want the case that supports the basics and a bit more but still looking [...]

Review of the Raijintek Tisis CPU Heatsink

Review of the Raijintek Tisis CPU Heatsink You finally bought that new CPU to finalize your build and putting it together you realize…. I didn’t buy a CPU Heatsink. Well, if you bought a retail boxed CPU, most already bring them but the stock Intel CPU heatsink is a bit loud and does not cool [...]

Review of the Raijintek Themis Evo CPU Heatsink

So you finally received that brand new CPU you have always wanted and you open it up and taking up 90% of the box is the CPU fan. While it works, that is usually not the CPU fan you want to stay with. The included fans are either too loud or amazingly ineffective, so you [...]

Review of the Patriot Ignite 480GB SSD PI480GS25SSDR

One of the best improvements one can make on their computer to get amazing speeds is to replace their C drive, or OS drive with an SSD, the difference is literally night and day. With a mechanical drive, it can take minutes to boot into the OS or to load a game, with an SSD [...]

How to Boot into Safe Mode on Android

Most of the people using Windows or Mac computers know that you can boot into Safe Mode to troubleshoot a problem you aren't able to otherwise. Windows and Macs aren't the only ones to have this functionality, Android have it too, and have had it since many years. Still many people are unaware of this [...]

2015-01-23T07:13:43-08:00January 26th, 2015|Categories: Android, Technology|Tags: , |

EVGA GTX970 SC ACX 2.0 Video Card Review, Testing, Comparison and Overclocking Tests

Hello my gamer friends out there, I am here to bring you another video card review.  Today’s flavor will be the EVGA Geforce GTX 970 Superclocked ACX2.0.  This card has the makings and already the folklore behind it that makes many gamers want it, let’s find out why and if that lore is true. EVGA [...]

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