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Computers, Laptops & Tablets

Windows 10: how to get your PC ready for the upgrade

With Windows 10 almost here it’s time to set your mind to getting your PC ready for the big upgrade. I know many people are looking forward to upgrading as soon as possible, and with the update just a matter of days away from public availability there are a few simple steps you can take to make sure you’re ready to take the leap into this new generation of Windows as quickly and as smoothly as possible.  

Comparison of 34” Widescreen Monitors – Dell, LG, and Samsung

    If you are like me, you probably never thought of getting a large widescreen monitor, but having tried a couple out my entire perspective has changed. A widescreen monitor is like having two monitors in one, with the added benefit of being able to watch movies or play games with an entirely different experience. Sure, they are pricier than those standard format monitors that most of us have, but these widescreen monitors are a joy to use and can really improve your productivity. If you are in the market for one, here is a comparison of three very good candidates; and if you are not in the market for one you should be soon.

Computer-related gifts for stocking stuffers

Looking for a computer-related stocking stuffer or two for your resident computer geeks? Here are some suggestions for your holiday shopping spree.

5 signs it’s time to replace your old Wi-Fi

 It might be time to replace your tired old Wi-Fi router. Today we take a look at a few of the warning signs that can help you determine whether or not to take the plunge now.

Announcing the Netgear Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Tri-Band WiFi Gigabit Router

The Netgear Nighthawk X6 is the Wi-Fi router you stream gaming or video content, or you are competing with dozens of other devices for Wi-Fi bandwidth.

How far have you gone to keep a desktop PC relevant?

The beauty of the standard desktop PC is its open architecture. The idea is that people should be able to choose from interchangeable parts from a variety of manufacturers and swap them as they see fit. What this has meant for me is that not only have I been able to build myself desktop PCs myself, which is surprisingly easy to do by the way, but I have also been able to upgrade and augment my systems over the years to extend their lifespans. Desktop PCs may be the ideal situation for somebody looking to keep their tech relevant as they can focus their attention on upgrading the components they need and make little changes over the years rather than having to wait for obsolescence then investing in a net new machine.

Review: Canon SELPHY CP910 printer is a lightweight, portable, wireless printer

Let your tween share all her fun moments with the SELPHY CP910 printer from Canon. This compact and portable printer is designed to print out all those selfies, instagram and smartphone photos using a wireless connection.   Get all those cherished photos out of the phone and into your photo albums or scrapbook . It’s the perfect gift for the tween girl in your life. Hand this over and you’ll be the cool adult in her life.

Windows 10 Creators Update Review

Windows 10 Creators Update makes multitasking and shifting between applications a lot faster than before. The cogs that run the Windows machine have been greased and the performance gains and improvements, which also benefit gamers, can only be a good thing for all types of users.

Enter for a chance to win a TP-Link Router from Best...

Your home internet can become very slow during and after the holiday season so enter this contest for a chance to win the solution: a new router from TP-Link.

Asus ZenBook 3 Deluxe review

Asus adds some extra screen size, along with key additions inside and out to improve upon the original and give this ZenBook 3 its Deluxe name.

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