Power and Your PC

Posted on December 24, 2016 By

The power coming into a computer is the most critical component, and it may be one of the most overlooked. It is just taken for granted that it will always be there and working properly. A top of the line processor and ultra powerful video card do nothing if a system does not receive the…


DVD ROMs

Posted on December 23, 2016 By

DVD CD ROMs have become predominantly the most used CD drive for desktop and notebook computers. They are very reliable and now come as a standard in most computers. If you are looking for a laptop then make sure it has a DVD ROM, this will give you extra speed for normal Cds, and you…


How to Increase the Life of Your Printer

Posted on December 22, 2016 By

You have just come back from your holidays, you dust off your printer, pop in a camera memory card and set off printing your pictures only to find your printer isn’t working properly. Now before writing your printer off, here are a few tips and ideas to help prolong your printer lifespan and to get…


Setting up a Network Wired or Wireless

Posted on December 14, 2016 By

To Wire or Not to Wire Wireless networks are en vogue, but your installation won’t be successful unless you chose the right type of network and set it up properly. Wired networks require that each computer be connected via a wire to a central location, called a switch or hub. This often involves installing cables…


How to Get the Case Off Your PC

Posted on December 5, 2016 By

This is the first step to servicing, upgrading or removing PC hardware from your PC. Refer to my other articles on adding, upgading or removing just about any piece of hardware. First things first, get that case off your PC. This is usually done by removing the screws on the back. Don’t remove the ones…