Articles for July 2017

Articles for July 2017

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Improving Visual Experience With AMD FreeSync / Nvidia G-Sync
by Gary Oldwood on 31 July 2017 · 445 views
Graphics quality and experience has been a hot topic for many years now, and several breakthroughs have been made in this area by developers, which you should know about- especially if you are a gamer. ... Read more
[Part 1/2] What Is The Blockchain And How It Keeps Digital Currencies Secure
by Gary Oldwood on 30 July 2017 · 516 views
Blockchain is a concept that makes BitCoin and other digital currencies, as well as operations, secure. However, the way it works is quite confusing, so we'll explain it in simple terms and examples so that you get the grasp of it easily. ... Read more
[Part 2/2] What Is The Blockchain And How It Keeps Digital Currencies Secure
by Gary Oldwood on 30 July 2017 · 477 views
Now that you know the basic concept of the Blockchain as we explained it in the first part, we'll go through hash functions, how they come into play, as well as put the pieces back together to view Blockchain as a secure and practical system. ... Read more
Game Review: Pauli's Adventure Island [iOS, Android, Windows]
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 29 July 2017 · 610 views
Pauli’s Adventure Island developed by HEJVISJ,is a platformer that takes you in a quest in various worlds in order to stop mechanical monsters from ruining your island home. Collect stars, defeat bosses and unlock worlds in this cute and simple gam ... Read more
Game Review: Enter The Inner World
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 24 July 2017 · 533 views
The Inner World, developed by Fizbin is a poind and click adventure game that takes you in a weird world and asks you to solve strange and funny puzzles. With cartoony designs and great dialogues it will all-together offer a great gaming experience. ... Read more
How To Create A Complete Windows Backup Image
by Gary Oldwood on 23 July 2017 · 665 views
A complete Windows backup will allow you to restore your Windows installation and installed programs in case of a disaster, and to create one is awfully easy. ... Read more
How To Perform Stress Tests For Your CPU And GPU To Reveal Any Hidden Issues
by Gary Oldwood on 22 July 2017 · 658 views
Stress tests are necessary for checking the stability of a system's components, by forcing them to their limits, and here is how you can perform stress tests for your CPU and GPU. ... Read more
How To Add Multiple Operating Systems On A Single USB Flash Disk
by Gary Oldwood on 22 July 2017 · 672 views
Here is how you can create a multi-boot USB drive for installing various Windows or Linux operating systems, as well as bootable recovery tools. ... Read more
Game Review: Dive into Conarium
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 21 July 2017 · 506 views
Conarium by Zoetrope Interactive takes on Lovecraft's work, especially "At the Mountains of Madness" and asks you to solve the mysteries behind strange occurrences. A game that Lovecraft's fans will highly appreciate and the rest will enjoy. ... Read more
Google Maps Adds Elevation Profile for Walking and Hiking - Here's How to Use it
by Mihai Neacsu on 20 July 2017 · 577 views
The desktop version of Google Maps added elevation profile details and options for walking and hiking. Sounds familiar? That's because this feature has been available for cycling since 2014. Let's see how it works. ... Read more
Game Review: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 19 July 2017 · 530 views
Today we review the remaster of one of the best FPS developed by Activision, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered. Is it worth the expensive price, does it live up to the expectations and legacy of the original CoD4? Lets find out what it offers. ... Read more
What is the SFC Command and How to Run in Windows 10
by Chris Thomas on 18 July 2017 · 605 views
In this guide we explain how to use the System File Checker (SFC) command-line utility in to repair corrupt, damaged, modified, and missing system files in Windows 10. ... Read more
Game Review: Explore a haunted house in No. 70: Eye of Basir
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 14 July 2017 · 671 views
Developed by Turkish studio Old Moustache Gameworks, No70: Eye of Basir is a walking simulator that takes you on a trip to a haunted house in Turkey. By holding only the mysterious Eye of Basir, you’ll need to face the terrors that lurk in the dark ... Read more
How To Apply NTFS Compression To Save Disk Space
by Gary Oldwood on 12 July 2017 · 653 views
NTFS compression is a built-in function in the filesystem used by Windows, and has significant advantages. Here is how you can compress files, folders and entire disks using NTFS compression. ... Read more
How To Make Your Own Free Personal VPN For Total Anonymity
by Gary Oldwood on 11 July 2017 · 700 views
A VPN can hide your online identity completely, but they can be quite costly if you go for a paid service. On the other hand, free VPN services tend to be slow and unreliable, so here is how you can make your own, personal and fast VPN for free. ... Read more
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