Computers

Play Store on a Chromebook

How to Enable the Play Store & Fingerprint Sensor on a Chromebook Using G Suite

If you happen to be using a G Suite account on your Chromebook, you might notice some features are glaringly missing when you first start it up. Namely, we’re missing the Play Store to download Android apps and if your […]

Pixel Buds on Leather Chair

How to Connect the Pixel Buds to a Computer, iPhone, or Any Android Device

The new Google Pixel Buds make it pretty easy to connect to a Pixel phone. You open the case next to the Pixel with Bluetooth on, open the Bluetooth menu, and it pops up at the very top asking if […]

How to Use Your iPad as a Second Monitor (Windows & Mac)

I have another tip and trick video for you guys. This one is for anyone who owns an iPad and who might have thought about getting a second portable monitor for their computer to help them be more productive. Instead […]

How to Use Your Surface Studio as a Monitor

I love the Surface Studio. The design feels futuristic, it’s aspect ratio is great for multitasking, the hinge and pen make it a joy to use for photo editing or just sketching, etc. The issue I have with it though, […]

How to Remove the Recycle Bin from Your Desktop

Maybe it’s just me but I feel like the Recycle Bin you see by default on the desktop of any Windows computer just looks so outdated. It reminds me of a time when the computer was new and trying so […]

Razer Blade Pro 17 Upgrade

How to Upgrade the Razer Blade Pro 17 RAM & SSD

The Razer Blade Pro 17, the long-awaited redesign to the Razer Blade Pro lineup, is finally here and in line with all the other Razer Blade laptops we’ve seen lately, there is a welcomed feature: it’s upgradeable. What I mean […]

6 Super Easy Ways to Protect Your Online Privacy

There’s a lot of talk about protecting your privacy online lately (big thanks to Facebook for a good portion of that coverage). And even though it’s a buzzy topic right now, it’s not without some merit. There is more and […]

Create Your Own Google Drive, Photos, Docs

How to Create Your Own Private “Google Drive/Photos/Docs”

So I personally love using Google apps like Google Drive, Google Photos, and Google Docs/Sheet/etc. They are super easy to use and have a ton of features I like, like auto-sorting in the photos, for example, that works really well, […]

Are You a Creator Who Uses NVIDIA GPUs, Change This Setting Right Now

Adobe just released a new update to Premiere Pro, Audition, After Effects, and some other apps (feel free to read the entire changelog as well as check out some videos on the new features from each here). Checking out some […]

What is Ransomware? (& How to Prevent It)

You’ve probably heard about ransomware at some point. In case you haven’t though, Ransomware is a name given to a type of hacking attack wherein a computer is infected with a virus that encrypts all the data on a computer […]

How to Connect the Galaxy Buds to a Computer, iPhone, or Other Non-Galaxy Device

The new Galaxy Buds from Samsung are super easy to connect to your Galaxy phone. You open the case near your phone with Bluetooth enabled and viola a pop-up appears on the screen asking you to connect. But, what if […]

Matebook X Pro Storage Fix

How to Fix the Storage on the Huawei Matebook X Pro

I have no idea why Huawei does this, but it’s super annoying. For some reason, Huawei partitions their laptops into two separate sections: one for Windows and one for “Data” instead of the normal everything-is-in-one-place approach that we’re all used […]

Apple Plus NVIDIA

How to Use NVIDIA Cards with your Mac eGPU (Easiest Method)

With High Sierra, Apple has finally given native eGPU support to Macs and MacBooks. If you’re not familiar, eGPU is short for an external GPU (graphics processing unit) and refers to the ability for a computer (usually a laptop) to […]

Razer Blade 15 Upgrade

How to Upgrade the Razer Blade 15 RAM & SSD

The Razer Blade 15, the long-awaited redesign to the Razer Blade, is finally here and there’s one unique feature that makes it even more appealing: it’s upgradeable. What I mean by that is that you can buy the Razer Blade […]

Low Power Notification Windows 10

How to Fix the Computer Randomly Dying After Creator Update

Ever since I updated to the new Creator Update on my Windows 10 laptop, I’ll be sitting at a cafe, writing as usual, and then all of a sudden my computer just dies. No warning, just in the middle of […]