Month: September 2021

How to play games with Itch.io on Linux

Itch.io is a website that allows independent developers to host, sell and distribute their video games. It is widely known for helping get indie games off the ground. Here’s how to play games with Itch.io on Linux! Installing Itch on Linux Itch is available for all Linux users via a universal installer downloadable from the […]

What is channel bonding?

A computer is able to connect to only one Ethernet network at a time. Likewise, it can only connect to one WiFi network. If you have both a WiFi network and an Ethernet network available, you will have to choose between the two which one you want to use. The same holds true if you […]

Snapchat not working or won’t launch [Fix]

Mobile devices don’t compare to desktop computers or laptops but that isn’t to say that modern mobile devices aren’t powerful. A modern phone comes with a fast processor, plenty of RAM, and considerable storage space, and it has lots of sensors you won’t find on a desktop or laptop computer.  It’s precisely why many mobile […]

How to fix the CE-34788-0 PS4 error code

The PlayStation, like any other device, can run into problems. Some of these may be simple to fix e.g., a network error or a cache error. Others may require that you to uninstall and reinstall a game. The platform also experiences more serious errors such as the CE-34788-0 error. This error points to  problem with […]

How to mount ISO images on Windows 10

Optical discs are slowly going extinct. You will find low end laptops and custom desktop builds can be fitted with an optical disc reader but the technology has grown far less common. USBs and external drives are now the popular method for transferring data when online transfer isn’t practical or possible. Software distribution has also […]

How to play Castle Crashers on Linux

Castle Crashers is a 2D indie hack-and-slash video game developed by The Behemoth. The game was released in 2008 for Xbox 360. However, the game made it to other platforms later on. Here’s how to play Castle Crashers on Linux. Getting Castle Crashers on working on Linux Castle Crashers is not a Linux game, but […]

Do you have Bluetooth on your PC

Bluetooth is a standard feature on desktop computers, laptops, and mobile devices as well as tablets. The OS these devices run may be different but the Bluetooth technology is more or less the same. The devices can communicate with each other and you can pair a phone or a tablet to a computer, or use […]

How to download Microsoft Outlook emails

Email services tend to offer nearly unlimited storage space. Your emails can remain online, in your inbox or archived, for years. Emails themselves are small unless they have files attached to them. Email services will normally cap the size of an attachment so generally speaking, emails are small and easy to store long term. While […]

How to merge PDFs with PDFSam on Linux

Need to merge two PDF documents on your Linux PC? Check out PDFSam; it’s an excellent tool that gives users incredible power to modify and edit PDF documents on Linux. Here’s how to use it to merge PDFs. Installing PDFSam on Linux Before PDFSam can merge PDF documents, the app must be installed on your […]

How to play Battlefield 1 on Linux

Battlefield 1 is an FPS game developed by DICE and published by Electronic Arts. The game is the fifteenth release in the series. It was released on Steam for Windows in 2016. However, it was never released on Linux. Here’s how to get it working on your system. How to play Battlefield 1 on Linux […]

How to view image EXIF data

Most photos taken today are taken on smartphones. The camera on a smartphone captures more than an image when it takes a photo. The camera has access to the many sensors, data, and device configuration of the phone and much of this information is included when a photo is taken. For example, if you want […]

How to select multiple files on macOS

File selection is a simple process when you only need to select a single file. It’s only when your selection is varied i.e. you need to select certain files and not others that you may run into problems.  Select files on macOS File selection can be contiguous  (the files are selected in the order they […]

How to open ASPX files

ASPX files aren’t common but you will run into them if you download the source code for an app, you may find an APSX file or two in it. The file type may be uncommon for most end users but it isn’t difficult to open this type of file. ASPX file An ASPX file is […]

How to use a PS3 controller on Windows 10

Game controllers may seem like ordinary peripherals that you can attach to a console and a PC alike but they’re not as simple as a keyboard and mouse. A keyboard and mouse will work with most computers, regardless of make and model. The same does not hold true for game controllers. PS3 Controller on Windows […]

5 webcam test tools to check your camera

A webcam is standard hardware that is included in a laptop. It’s extremely difficult, almost impossible, to find a laptop that does not come with a webcam. Webcams that come with laptops vary in quality so if your laptop has a low quality webcam, you can purchase and connect an external one.  Webcams are generally […]

How to download Steam and install games

Most popular game titles release on Steam. It’s a platform that makes it easy for game developers to distribute games. For gamers, it’s a one-stop shop for popular titles and obscure ones alike. Steam also offers regular sales, options to resell a game that is no longer played, and a simple refund policy as well […]