Maintain and Upgrade Your PC
A simple Webcam setup consists of a Digital Camera attached to your computer, usually
through the USB port. The camera part of the Webcam setup is just a digital camera,
the "Webcam" nature of the camera derives from the software. More ...
How to Set Up a Wireless Printer Connection
Wireless printing can be extremely useful but is difficult to set up. This article shows
you how to set up a wireless printer in a wireless network with a router. More ...
Five Maintenance Tips to Resolve Your PC's Performance Issues
If your PC is not running as fast as it used to, it is usually caused by corrupted files too many junk files,
fragmented disk, and registry overload. These common problems can be easily fixed. More ...
How to Update Your Computer's BIOS
A computer's Basic Input-Output System (BIOS) is embedded software on a motherboard
that will control attached hardware. All BIOS components are serviceable via a
firmware upgrade that is known as "flashing" this process is called "updating the BIOS". More ...
Installing A Power Supply
When you've upgraded your PC system by adding on a number of new peripherals it might
be time to upgrade your power supply as well. Please note that many popular PC systems
use power supplies made especially for those systems and cannot be replaced. Read your
instruction manuals to make sure your PC's power supply can be upgraded. More ...
A Guide to Cleaning Your Mouse
Have you noticed your mouse gets a bit erratic or unresponsive? The problem may simply be
grit and grime - plain or dirt! Both optical and mechanical mice suffer from the accumulation
of dirt and oils from our hands and dust on the mousing surface. Here are the directions you
need to give your mouse a good bath! More ...
Video - How To Refill Your Laser Printer Toner Cartridge
New toner cartridges can cost from $100.00 to $400.00. Why waste your money buying new
toner cartridges. This video shows you how easy it is for you to refill your own toner cartridges. More ...
How to Upgrade Your PC's Graphics Card
Almost every motherboard has integrated video circuitry, but it's usually not sufficient for today's
power 3D game enthusiast. They always replace the on-board video circuitry with the latest
high-performance video graphics card. Here's how to upgrade your PC's graphics card. More ...
Turn Off Windows XP Service Pack 2 Firewall
If your PC is running Windows XP Service Pack 2, the first thing you need to do is
turn off the firewall. Why? Because a serious firewall blocks unwanted inbound and
OUTBOUND connections. SP2's firewall does not block unwanted outbound connections. More ...
Windows 7 Action Center Lets You Control Alerts
Annoyed by Window's constantly nagging pop-up messages? Windows 7 Action Center lets you
decide which Windows 7 alerts you see and which you don?t. Action Center monitors many system
security and system maintenance features of your computer and if the status of a monitored
item changes it notifies you with a message in the notification area on the taskbar. More ...
How to REALLY backup the Windows Registry
In Windows 3.x configuration information was stored in human readable text files
like win.ini, system.ini, config.sys, and autoexec.bat. But that method of storing
configuration was inadequate to store configuration for the enormous amount of
bloat Microsoft put into Windows 95 and higher. More ...
How To Refill Your Ink Cartridge
The following is included in a typical ink refill kit: ink bottles, syringes and detailed
instructions. Some kits include an air balance clip for balancing the air inside the
cartridge to ensure proper ink flow. More ...