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What Is Overclocking? Beginner's Guide to Speeding up PCs
Overclocking is essentially an act of manually increasing the clock speeds of the CPU, RAM, or GPU. It is common among computer geeks, IT professionals, and heavy computer users like Gamers interested in maximizing their processor's potential. To suc...

Author: Collins Okoth

Internet Connection: Why Is My Internet So Slow
We all have experienced slow internet speeds in our homes. I will guide you on the best way you can speed up your home internet, how different factors affect your speeds, and getting the best internet plans for your home or office. I will also guide ...

Author: Faith Cheruiyot

How to connect my laptop to my TV wirelessly?
A laptop’s tiny screen can be annoying or boring. However, using your big TV screen can bring a whole new and exciting experience. Imagine sitting back on your couch as you surf online classes, stream videos, play games, or video chat. Sounds good? H...

Author: Berts Njoroge

Pros and Cons of Overclocking RAM
Have you ever heard of the term overclocking? Well, if not, I am sure you can take a good guess at what it means. Overclocking can be defined as the act of resetting your computer's Memory or central processing unit (CPU) to operate at a much higher ...

Author: Collins Okoth

What Is WAN/LAN?
Every day, computer networks grow in size and popularity. As the internet keeps stretching to other parts of the globe, the exchange of information among computers is constantly increasing. Understanding the connections that allow computer networks t...

Author: Ian Musyoka

Optimizing RAM with Multi-Channel Support
Nearly all computing devices require working memory to function properly. Take a look at your favorite device. Whether it's your TV, smartphone, or perhaps even your calculator, chances are it has its own memory module to store temporary data. Your c...

Author: Emman Jemuel

What is CAS Latency
Everything a computer does is essentially following short instructions in the right order. In computing, a single instruction is nothing but a short sequence of code. Latency refers to any delay encountered when one part of a system - in this case, a...

Author: Trey Williams