Tag: computer

Wireless Mouse Not Working on my Computer (FIXED)

A mouse is indispensable for desktop computers, and most people use it even on their laptops since the touchpad or pointing stick is quite uncomfortable. Gamers are probably the better example of an audience that truly appreciates the quality of a good mouse with a comfortable feel, plenty of buttons, and excellent response time. You […]

iTunes Computer Not Authorized Error

Apple has a lot of unspoken restrictions in place to keep its users safe. These restrictions are within the realm of reason i.e., they do not impede how a user uses a device or app but will kick in when there is unusual activity.   Fix Computer is not authorized to run iTunes If you […]

share audio from the computer during a meeting

Microsoft Teams has a screen sharing feature and a presentation mode for meetings. Both make it simple to share content from your local system with other users. The feature isn’t limited to sharing a screen or file but also extends to audio. If you’re in a Microsoft Teams meeting, you can share audio from the […]

How to Fix We Couldn’t Complete The Updates (Undoing Changes Made to Your Computer)

Microsoft regularly pushes Windows updates to deliver new features, improvements, hotfixes, and security patches. Unfortunately, Windows Update doesn’t always work as expected. Instead, it sometimes shows the We couldn’t complete the updates, undoing changes made to your computer error message. It means that Windows 10 isn’t capable of updating itself, rolling back all changes made […]

What Exactly Happens When You Turn On Your Computer?

When you power on a computer, it goes through a “boot up” process– a term that comes from the word “bootstrap.” Here’s what’s happening in the background—whether you’re using a Windows PC, Mac, or Linux system. The Hardware Powers On When you press the power button, the computer supplies power to its components—the motherboard, CPU, hard […]

iPadOS Will Almost Make Your iPad a Real Computer

If you’ve used an iPad, you know that they’re missing a lot of critical features people use on computers. Support for mice and external storage devices, a proper desktop browser, and better multitasking—these are all arriving with Apple’s new iPadOS. What Is iPadOS? Apple announced the iPadOS operating system at WWDC 2019. Like tvOS, iPadOS […]

Will Windows 10 Work on My Computer?

If your computer runs Windows 7, there’s a good chance it will also run Windows 10. Both operating systems have similar hardware requirements. Any new PC you buy or build will almost certainly run Windows 10, too. You can still upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10 for free. If you’re on the fence, we […]

Why You Should Upgrade Your Old Computer Monitor

Monitor tech has advanced dramatically in the last few years. If you’ve been focused on replacing other components, you might be long overdue for a monitor upgrade. Here’s what you’ve been missing! IPS Monitors Finally Hit 1 ms Latency Formerly, if you wanted an ultra-low-latency monitor, you had to buy a TN panel. Most monitors […]

How to Use WhatsApp on Your Computer (and Web)

Want to use WhatsApp from your computer? While there’s no standalone WhatsApp client, you can use WhatsApp’s web app and desktop client to send messages via your smartphone. Here’s how to use WhatsApp on your Windows 10 PC, Mac, or computer. Using WhatsApp Web, you connect your smartphone to a computer or a browser. As […]

The Ultimate Defense: What Is an Air Gapped Computer?

When reading about cyber-security, you’ll probably see talk about “air-gapped” computer systems. It’s a technical name for a simple concept: A computer system that’s physically isolated from potentially dangerous networks. Or, in simpler terms, using a computer offline. What Is an Air-Gapped Computer? An air-gapped computer system has no physical (or wireless) connection to unsecured […]

The iPad Pro As A Computer Alternative

The iPad Pro, much like all Apple products, is unfathomably expensive. It is aimed at design professionals but it has features that make it stand out from a traditional iPad. The Apple Pencil for one. Given its steep price, you might have to choose between buying the iPad Pro or buying a better PC, or […]

How To Turn Off Your Computer From Your Phone

We live in a world where your refrigerator can send you a message if you’re out of milk. It might seem like overkill but that’s the smart future we should hope for. Connectivity, especially between different everyday devices and appliances makes life easier for everyone. When you have devices that can communicate with each other, […]

35 Awesome Images for Your Computer

Arguably one of the less impressive games in the Fallout series, Fallout 4 is nothing short of fun to play. Plenty of people still enjoy the game despite its somewhat unimpressive story line. And speaking of the story line, while not the best we’ve seen, it’s still great because of its visual appeal. Don’t you […]

What Are Computer Ports? The Input and Output Interfaces in Computer Networking

All computers, whether they’re laptops or desktop computers, Windows, Macs, Linux or any other operating system, have ports. Ports can be physical and virtual. A standard computer has both types of ports — subsequently both having their own specific functions. Ports, whether they’re physical or virtual, are how devices,  peripherals, computer networks or software, interact […]

How to change the Linux computer hostname

Unix-like operating systems like Linux, BSD, and others, use hostnames to talk with one another. What is a hostname? It’s a unique name that the user sets. These names can be anything, from a first name to a code-name to a string of numbers, your website’s domain name, or anything in between.When it comes to […]

How to update computer firmware in Linux

For a long time, it wasn’t possible to update firmware on Linux. Instead, users would need to install Windows on a separate hard drive or partition to get the latest updates for their devices, and BIOS. Thankfully, times are changing. In this guide, we’ll go over how you can update the vendor firmware on your […]

8 best casual Linux computer games

Are you in the mood for some casual computer games on your Linux PC like Solitare or Chess, or Sudoku? Don’t know the first thing about installing these types of video games on your Linux PC? If so, follow along as we go over the 8 best casual Linux computer games! 1. Quadrapassel Quadrapassel is […]