AMD is pretty much the king of the budget performance segment. Its range of APU’s has been highly successful both in mobile and desktop form and provide the best bang for your buck. In case you’re not aware, APU stands for Accelerated Processing Unit, which is a
If there’s one thing people complained about when Windows 8 released, was that it changed too much. One of the most standard features of Windows since ages was the Start Menu, and getting rid of it didn’t sit well with most. However, Microsoft has been listening to
Creating a WiFi hotspot is an easy way to share your internet with other devices such as laptops, smartphones, tablets, basically anything that can connect to a wireless network. This feature is available on most of the newer smartphones and lets you share mobile internet with other
WiFi networks are so commonplace these days that most households have at least one network set up. Gone are the days when it required a lot of tech knowhow to set up such a network, because newer routers are basically plug and play and you hardly need
Windows 8 brought with it many new features and made it easier to use, but unfortunately made the process of booting into the all important safe mode more difficult. Safe mode is the handy minimal boot mode of Windows in which only the most basic drivers and
Many of us install windows 8 with default language settings in the windows installation menu. This could be a costly mistake, as most of us don’t know how to change the language settings to English (United States) or any other preferred language you wanted it to be.
Whether you’re testing out a new operating system, keeping a substitute/backup operating system or just using it to run another environment like Linux, dual boot is a very powerful feature. But once you’re done with the secondary operating system how do you get rid of it without
Microsoft is going all out to integrate all of its services and operating systems so that users have a unified experience across the board. Instead of the usual update cycle, Microsoft is all set to release something called “Windows Blue”, which will add a bunch of new