Author: Andrew

You’ve got Pokemon GO on your mobile device, so why not get it on your PC? It’s true: Pokemon GO is playable on your PC, but you probably won’t want to play it due to one obvious catch that we’ll explain below. Nevertheless, if you’re a tech geek like me, then you’ll get a kick out of impressing your friends when you fire up Pokemon GO...

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Virtual reality devices like the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift have proven to be exceptionally popular. Now, it appears Apple is working on a VR device of its own. Here are some of the things you need to know about the top secret project. It’s Been in Development for Years Apple has been filing patents related to virtual reality for over a decade, including patents for VR...

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Many Windows 10 users have experienced a drive upgrade problem labeled 0x800F0923. Unless you speak robot, that error code probably doesn’t mean anything to you. With that in mind, let’s take a closer look at what this error code means and how to fix it. What is It? The 0x800F0923 error code is related to a driver error. Your computer uses drivers to communicate with its hardware. When...

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On July 29, Microsoft will celebrate the first anniversary of the release of Windows 10. As part of that celebration, Microsoft is releasing an Anniversary Update with some significant changes. Here’s what you need to know about it. 5) It’s Arriving on August 2 The Anniversary Update, despite its name, isn’t actually arriving on the anniversary of the release of Windows 10. Instead, it’s arriving four days later,...

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Virtual reality experiences are no longer a futuristic sci-fi technology: they’re a thing you can experience today. The only problem is that you need some pretty serious PC equipment to handle virtual reality. What kind of rig do you need to handle VR systems like the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift? Today, we’re helping you future-proof your life by making your PC virtual reality-ready. Now, there isn’t...

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We’re well into the age of big monitors. You can’t walk far into an office building these days without seeing at least one 30 inch monitor or one multi-monitor setup with huge displays. But is a big monitor really better for productivity? Does it really provide a better gaming experience? Does it have a greater effect on your eyes? Today, we’re highlighting the pros and cons...

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Modern technology has made it easier than ever to stream from a PC to a TV. Still, many of us are clueless about how to actually do that. Today, we’re teaching you how to stream anything from your PC to your TV – even if you’re clueless about technology. Best Option: HDMI Cable Virtually all PCs and TVs sold within the last 5 to 10 years will have...

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Microsoft just released a surprisingly useful tool that aims to fix your Windows 10 Start menu. The Start menu in Windows 10 is useful, but it’s certainly not perfect. Your Start menu can develop problems like when tiles go missing or when menus refuse to open at all. In other cases, tiles don’t refresh, or Cortana never responds to your inquiries. Fortunately, Microsoft’s free Start Menu Repair Tool...

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One of the safest PC setups you can have is an air gap system. In this system, there’s literally a gap of air between your PC and the outside world. But a new malware technology has found an innovative way to steal data from air gapped computers. That malware looks at the noise coming from a computer’s fan speed. Sounds crazy? It’s true. And it’s been successfully...

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