When my Computer was working like a bullock cart instead of a train, I was frustrated for I dint know what the problem actually was. Tried calling in every possible person to know of the best means to help me sort out my system. Not getting anything helpful from other ends, the only best option I could think of was Google. They say there is an answer for almost anything on Google. Hence I typed in
If you’re like many gamers, then you spent a good chunk of this past weekend devouring the Witcher 3. But the world of Temeria can be really dangerous, so here are some tips that will help get you through: 6) Steal Everything One of my favorite strategies in any RPG is thieving my way to victory. The Witcher 3 is no exception to that rule. Thieves can significantly improve their fate by ste
PC gamers had been waiting for Grand Theft Auto V to arrive on PC for over 1.5 years. They couldn’t wait to mod the game. But unfortunately, not all PC modders are nice people: one of the world’s most popular GTA 5 mods were recently discovered to contain malware. It all started with a post on Reddit entitled: “WARNING GTA PC USERS: Virus/Keylogger found inside [of] Angry Planes mod, p
If you’re like 95% of the PC community, then you use your PC to play games, browse the internet, and run office applications. But there are all sorts of crazy things you can do with PCs – and I bet you didn’t know about all of them. Here are some of the cool things you can do to use your PC to its full potential. 5) Run Mac OS Want to see how other computer users live? Why not install M
When the PC gaming master race community calls you a “false prophet”, you know you’re in trouble. Such was the case with Valve’s CEO Gabe Newell this past week. After an AMA on Reddit, during which Gabe honestly answered dozens of paid mod-related questions in great detail, Gabe was lambasted by the PC gaming community for suddenly turning on his greatest fans. Yes, PC gamers suddenl
Don’t want hackers to know your location? You better stay far away from the internet. A new tracking method reportedly lets hackers track your location from anywhere using an innovative new method. That method is called “geo inference” and it relies on using data you leave behind at popular websites. The technique was revealed in a new report by researchers at the University of Singapore.