How To’s

  • FIX: Wireless Mouse Not Working

    With the Modernization of Technology, different types of Wireless Mouse have emerged in the market. These wireless mice such as Optical Mouse, Laser Mouse and Bluetooth Mouse can send and receive signals transmitted from the small USB dongle that is supplied with them. However, due to the number of components…

  • BEST GUIDE: How to Update Dell BIOS

    BIOS Updates are realized occasionally to patch up a critical issue with your device. It might be regarding the device’s security, privacy issue, or general optimization patch for your device. Updating your BIOS can be really beneficial to make sure that you get the max potential out of your device.…

  • SM Bus Controller and It’s Drivers

    The System Management Bus (often shortened to SM Bus, SMBus or SMB) controller is a single-ended, a two-wire bus that is fairly simple and is designed for the purpose of lightweight communication. The SM Bus Controller is a component that enables efficient and seamless communication between a computer and some…

  • How to Recover Data from a Faulty Hard Disk

    Like all electronic devices, hard disk drives installed on your computer can run out of juice. But it’s the most important device as your data is stored in it, data whose backup may not exist anywhere else making it possibly the most crucial part of your personal and probably your…

  • Fix: Keyboard is not working and sometimes makes a clicking noise

    Many Windows users have reported an issue related to keyboard on Windows 8 and 8.1. Users faced difficulties while striking a key to type and the Keyboard outputs a beeping noise without writing any letter on the screen. Although keyboard can write by holding a particular key for a while which…

  • Your Guide To Using SSH

    SSH is a network protocol which works in a console. The most commonly used SSH client is PuTTy. The image below shows an established SSH session. It is easy to use, and quick. Most IT Professional’s manage the entire network solely via SSH because of the security, and the quick/easy…

  • Understanding DMZ – Demilitarized Zone

    In computer security, a DMZ (sometimes referred to as a perimeter networking) is a physical or logical subnetwork that contains and exposes an organization’s external-facing services to a larger untrusted network, usually the Internet. The purpose of a DMZ is to add an additional layer of security to an organization’s…

  • DNS Record Types Explained (with Examples)

    DNS record types are instructions that provide essential information about a domain or hostname. Before we dive into more details about DNS Record Types, let us cover some basics: DNS and Its Working Mechanism DNS is a worldwide system for translating human-readable domain names to IP addresses. When you try…