How to Fix Low FPS issues after Creators Update

Windows 10 Creator Update is finally here, but with a lot of issues. The one that has given a sick taste to gamers is the low fps issue being capped at 30 or 60 frames/ps, this issue has made it’s way into Creators Update from the Anniversary Update. As per …

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How to Bypass SafetyNet Apps with Systemless Root

SafetyNet may add a sense of illusory protection to casual Android users, but it sends frustration through Android enthusiasts. Recent SafetyNet updates have made it so that certain apps such as Netflix, Pokemon GO, and Android Pay will refuse to work on rooted devices. In fact, some apps may even …

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How to Change Android System Font without Apps

Changing the default system font on an Android device should be the easiest thing in the world, yet on many devices it’s actually rather complicated. The issue stems from the fact that stock Android does not offer the ability to customize system font – this is something that some device …

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How to Install Linux and run Steam on PlayStation 4

When the Sony PS3 was released, it was shipped with support for Linux installation on the console. This was later removed in updates, and the idea was scrapped entirely with the PS4. However, there exists a method to get Linux running on the PS4, and you can even play PC …

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GTX 1080 vs 1080 Ti – Which is better?

With Nvidia’s release of the GTX 1080 Titan at $699 is it really worth the extra $150 over the original 1080. The 1080 Ti was released about 9 months after the new 10 series lineup was released. Based on the specifications it looks like it should be a significant boost …

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Fix: No Icons for Pictures or Photos after Creators Update

An icon is a small picture or object that represents a file, program, web page or command. Based on the default icon, users will know more information about files, is that photo, video, Word document or something else. Default icons can be changed, by user interaction, malware infection or system …

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Which SEGA Dreamcast Emulators To Use on Windows 10?

Dreamcast is one of the consoles released by Sega back in 1998. There’s no doubt that Dreamcast was a great console that brought a lot of joy to thousands of kids. Back in 1998 (and 1999 when it released outside of Japan), Dreamcast had a lot of success and brought …

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How to Activate YouTube using Youtube.com/activate

There’s no doubt that YouTube is an amazing platform that offers a wide range of shows. You can find pretty much anything on YouTube ranging from action and entertainment to family friendly educational content. But all of these shows are even better when they are on the big screen like …

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How to Find MP3 Duration from the Linux Command Line

Linux users who are used to working with music files from the command line might already be using ffmpeg, but it’s difficult to extract just the length of a file using this otherwise powerful tool. There are a few ways to use it, but there are also a few other …

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How to Print Double Sided PDF in Ubuntu

In many cases, PDF files themselves have replaced printing. However, it’s still extremely useful to print these in a wide variety of situations. You won’t have to use the command line at all either, which might disappoint some but excite others. While there are command line tools for printing PDF …

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How to Build a Custom ROM from Android Open Source Project

If you’re familiar with rooting your Android phone or downloading custom ROMs, such as the highly popular CyanogenMod or its successor Lineage OS, you may have wondered – how do people build these ROMs? How much work exactly goes into developing a customized ROM? This guide will walk you through …

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How to Root the Motorola Moto G5 and G5 Plus

Motorola introduced its mid-range G5 and G5 Plus phones earlier in 2017, and they are pretty awesome phones for the money. Unfortunately, Motorola locks the bootloaders on nearly all their devices, but savvy Android enthusiasts always find a way. TWRP has not made an official release yet for this device, …

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How to Launch Forget Windows Use Linux FWUL

Windows users who want to give Linux a try face numerous hurdles – most notably, becoming accustomed to the “Linux way” of doing things. Even on popular, user-friendly Linux distros like Ubuntu, a new user will spend a lengthy amount of time inside the command terminal, browsing support forums, and …

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How to Build a Custom ROM from Android Source Project Pt. 2

In our previous “How to Build an Android ROM from AOSP” guide, we went over the basics – setting up Linux, the build environment, and compiling the most basic of Android ROMs. This guide will show you how to add flavor to the ROM by adding a custom boot animation …

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How to Create a Basic Android App in PhoneGap

For most people, the idea of creating an Android app sounds as arduous as mountain-climbing. People spend months learning how to code and use the Android SDK to develop apps, and the average person, especially an online business owner, may not have this kind of time. Fortunately, there is a …

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How to Root the Asus Zenfone 3 Max (MT6737T Chipset)

The Asus Zenfone Max 3 is a mid-range Android phone released in late 2016. Its features are a 13mp rear camera, 3GB of RAM, and the slick ZenUI interface. This device shipped with two different chipsets – the MT6737T and the MT6737M. This guide is only for the MT6737T chipset …

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How to Root the Infinix Note 3 Pro

The Infinix Note 3 Pro X601 is a budget-friendly premium Android phone manufactured by Infinix Mobility. This MediaTek chipset phone offers 3gb of RAM, a 16gb ROM, and an impressive 6.0 inch screen with 1080 x 1920 display resolution, and best of all, it’s incredibly easy to root. This guide …

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How to Sort Directories by Actual Size in Linux

Linux file browsers behave much like File Explorer under Windows or the Finder under OS X in that sorting directories by size doesn’t work quite the way that many users would expect it to. You can sort directories by the number of subdirectories that they contain or the number of …

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Fix: Connectivity Issues due to Faulty WPD Update (2/22/2016)

Several Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1 and Windows 10 users reported an issue involving Windows being unable to recognize MTP based devices. This issue occurred after users installed an optional and undocumented Windows update “Microsoft – WPD – 2/22/2016 12:00:00 AM – 5.2.5326.4762”. After installation, phones and portable devices which use …

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Turn Off Metered Connection Windows 10 [Fix]

If you are a person who uses various different network connecting methods like Wi-Fi or a 3G/4G with a dongle then you must have seen the metered network warnings. Basically, when your connection is metered that means that you have a limited bandwidth. So, some apps like Outlook won’t automatically …

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Google Chrome Ran Out of Memory [Fix]

Almost all of us use the internet on daily basis. And when it comes to internet browsing, Google Chrome is one of the top choice of users. But, even though Google Chrome is highly preferred by the users, you still might face some issues while using it. One of the …

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Overclocking: A Beginners Guide

If you are an average gamer is it even worth it to overclock your system anymore? There used to be a time when you could gain a significant amount of performance boost by overclocking your system. However, those days may be past us now. Overclocking has gone from the realm …

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Fix: Xbox One Controller Disconnecting

The Anniversary Update for Windows 10 unfortunately broke the drivers for a wide variety of different game controllers that can be used with computers running on Windows 10. This caused a lot of dissatisfaction within the gaming community as some of the most commonly used game controllers on the Windows …

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Best Android Emulators for Windows in 2017

Emulator is any software that lets one machine to behave like another machine. When you use an emulator on your Windows, your Windows basically behave like another software. That software can be anything from another Windows version to Android. When using an emulator, one of the machines is host and …

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How to Cycle Windows in a Different Order in Linux

Most users of Linux on any device that has a keyboard knows the Alt+Tab shortcut. It’s a common one on many types of operating systems today, but it generally only moves applications in a single direction. Some programmers have to sort through their windows in the exact order they appear …

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