Computer Tips & Tricks


Wireless Access Point 1
Say Goodbye to Slow Wi-Fi: How to Improve Coverage with a WAP
Introduction Wireless access points (WAPs) are devices that allow you to expand the coverage of your Wi-Fi network. They work by receiving the Wi-Fi signal from your router and broadcasting it to other...
Maximize Performance: SSD vs HDD
I. Introduction A. Definition of SSD and HDD An SSD (Solid-State Drive) is a type of storage device that uses flash memory to store data. Unlike a traditional HDD (Hard Disk Drive), an SSD has no moving...
Microprocessor 1
32-Bit vs 64-Bit OS: The Ultimate Guide
Introduction Operating systems are the most essential software for any computer. They serve as the interface between the hardware and the applications and provide a platform for these applications to run. Operating...
USB Flash Drive
Ejecting your USB flash drives: Old habit or necessary practice?
Introduction The topic of whether or not to eject a USB flash drive before removing it is one that has been debated for many years. USB flash drives, also known as thumb drives or jump drives, are small,...
Network (1)
Routers and modems: Understanding the basics
Intoduction In today’s digital age, having a reliable and fast internet connection is essential for many aspects of our daily lives. Whether it’s for work, entertainment, or staying connected...
WiFi Router
Wi-Fi Confusion Cleared Up: 2.4 GHz vs 5 GHz Explained
Introduction In today’s connected world, Wi-Fi has become an essential part of our daily lives. From streaming movies to video chatting with friends and family, Wi-Fi enables us to access the internet...
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