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How to create backup from Samsung device to your computer via Smart Switch

Got a Samsung device but don’t know how to back your important files up? Look no further and start using the Samsung provided application called Smart Switch. Before we proceed to the main topic, we would like to remind you that we accept requests for assistance regarding their Windows computers. If you have a problem

Easy steps to mirror your Windows 10 screen to your TV using Chromecast [tutorial]

Sharing your computer’s screen to a TV has become easier right now than ever before. Sure, you still can do the old school wired connection via HDMI but this option can become inconvenient or impractical since you’ll be limited by the length of the wire. A better option is by using Chromecast. With Google Chromecast,

How to Build a Cheap Gaming PC for Less Than $500

Looking to make a cheap gaming computer that works and provides for all your gaming needs? Sometimes having an outdated computer can be really annoying, because you often run into issues like overheating, frequent game crashes, stuttering, etc. And if it’s really old, you may even get bestowed upon you the blue screen of death.

3 Cool Raspberry Pi Projects for Beginners

The Raspberry Pi single-board computers have captured the imagination of countless hackers and computer enthusiasts around the world, inspiring them to come up with clever projects that solve real problems and allowing anyone to rediscover just how fun computing can be. For those of you who don’t know, the latest member of the fruity family

Build A High Performance AMD Gaming PC For Around $1000

Are you in search of a newer gaming rig that will support new games, as well as upcoming releases? A great option is building your own. Building a new gaming computer can be nice, whether it be for aesthetics or for the adventure of figuring out how to put it all together. If this is

How to delete web browsers caches stored on your computer (easy steps)

Every time you open a webpage, the web browser you use stores small files in your computer’s hard disk. While these files are temporary and small, they may use a few gigabytes worth of storage space over time. Caches actually makes browsing a little faster since the browser doesn’t need to download data it has