How-tos Archive

Take the Mysticism Out of Tech: Learning Which Motherboards are the Best

A motherboard is essentially the central piece of your PC. It has the function of connecting all the vital parts together to form a complete whole PC. But the question remains: how to choose the best motherboard

How to Recover Deleted Files

There are many things that can lead you to lose your data. You can have it saved and simply deleted it by mistake or there might be a problem with the device where you saved your data.

Picking Up The Right Printer for Your Home Needs

There are a million reasons why you might need a printer at home. At some point you might need to print school work, bank statements, recipes or a Christmas list. While we can think of many reasons

Running Slow, Running Hot: Computer Fixes Anyone Can Do

There’s nothing worse than using a computer that’s just not working correctly: slow loading speeds, programs that seem to bog down the machine and annoying error messages will ruin your experience and make you want to throw

Tips on Being Your Family’s IT Guy or Girl

If you work in IT in any capacity, whether you’re a freelance coder or you’re the IT tech for a huge company then you’re also the tech person for your entire family by default. In many ways

How to Install TP-Link Wireless Router to Work With a DSL Modem

Whenever anyone buys a new computer, he/she becomes excited to start working on it. However, it is not a simple process to just take out the PC set out of the packed boxes, switch it on and

How to Start a Successful IT Career

In order to start a successful IT career it’s important to have the relevant certifications. The best place to start is the CompTIA A+ course which is an entry level qualification for the IT field. Once you

5 Excel Tricks That Will Make You Insanely Productive

Microsoft Excel is used by millions of people every day. Since it came into existence, Excel has been the dominant spreadsheet tool. While there are other spreadsheet tools available in the market (such as Open Office, Google