Hey all! Sorry for the lack of posts lately (once again). Despite having more time at home during lockdown, I’ve been getting lots more work recently and have been struggling to fit in making more content. However, I did manage to record a quick video sharing my thoughts on iOSContinue reading
February 11th marked Samsung’s annual Unpacked event where they announce new products.
This year was very exciting. Lots of new products were released, including the S20 line and even a new foldable phone.
But what else did they release? Check out the headings below where I’ll go into a bit more detail about what’s been released this year. There’s quite a lot here, so get ready!Continue reading
Do you ever find yourself looking at the Play Store for some new games, but have no idea where to start?
Well, here are my picks for the top 5 Android games, in no particular order. These will be a wide variety of games from lots of different categories and some of these will be available on iOS as well, but the focus here is Android games. Let’s get right on with the list.Continue reading
Many Android users seem to be left in the dark- get it, dark? No? OK- with ‘true’ dark mode on apps like YouTube and Twitter, while iOS users seem to be getting all the good stuff. Dark mode is not only great for browsing at night, but also for saving battery life. You see, on OLED devices, when black is displayed on the screen, the LED is switched off, conserving battery life and giving deeper blacks.Continue reading
Bet you weren’t expecting that. Big-brand Wi-Fi extenders typically come in at hundreds of pounds or dollars, but for free? In this tutorial I am going to show you how to turn an old Windows 10 device into a Wi-Fi extender. There are two major downsides: you can only connect eight devices (you can disconnect devices to make room for new ones) and the fact that in order to get good speeds, you need to place it in a half-way zone: where the internet is about half way through the ‘bars’, or else you will notice that the speeds will be horrific on the new network. A side note: the device that you are using has to be running Windows 10 version 1703 or above to work. Another blog post is linked here to show you how to check your Windows 10 version.
Do you need to check your Windows 10 version? Here’s a really easy way – it only takes around 10 seconds (of course, your mileage may vary!)Continue reading
Well, there have been a lot of bad reviews of Windows 10, and I was just thinking that it wasn’t fair. Microsoft are giving away an entire operating system for free, and people just judge them. So, here’s my honest review.
First off, it looks great. The desktop start menu has returned, but not like Windows 7. I sort of prefer because it adds more functionality to the menu with live tiles and it looks very modern and up-to-date. You can basically customise everything in the UI, and another great thing is that compared to 8.1, it takes up a lot less hard drive/SSD space, and uses a lot less RAM.