Category: Reviews

Free Linktr.ee Alternative (WordPress MyLinks)

WordPress MyLinks is an amazing, free Linktree alternative. If you don’t know what Linktree is, it’s a link hub service that allows you to put all your links in one place, whether that’s your other social media profiles, a recent post, or anything you want. Here’s why you need one and how you can make your own for free.

Continue reading

Logitech G613 Review

In recent times I have had the opportunity to try a mechanical style of keyboard. Each time I tried a mechanical keyboard I would do a typing test. I found that I could type quicker on these keyboards than the laptop keyboard of my Dell XPS 13; this laptop keyboard is one of the best keyboards on a laptop but because of space it is still not as good as a mechanical keyboard. Therefore, I decided I needed a mechanical keyboard. This was also because I had been building a desktop setup around my laptop.

When I started looking for mechanical keyboards, I realized there were a lot of options. Most of them have a very ‘gamer look’ and I’m not the biggest gamer so this meant I could eliminate a lot of keyboards from all brands. I also don’t like the look of wires, so it was time to find the keyboard for me. After these major criteria it meant there were only a few keyboards to choose from. So, I decided on the Logitech G613.

Continue reading

Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 Review

I’ve never owned a mechanical keyboard before. The closest I’ve come to one is the Logitech G213 Prodigy fake-mechanical keyboard because I was fooled into thinking that it was one. Well, after about two years of suffering, I decided to bite the bullet and switch to a true mechanical keyboard.

OK, so I started the search. Initially, I looked into a Razer keyboard, but I was frustrated. Many were saying that the switches – even the yellow “silent” ones – were far too loud. This immediately repelled my interest, and- combined with the extortionate prices, I looked elsewhere.

Continue reading

Get photo prints for free?

Hey guys. If you didn’t know already, I have a new YouTube channel. I found the old channel name really bad and my fanbase wasn’t active. So I decided to create a new one named TechLife. If you are interested in checking it out, click this link and please subscribe. It would help me out a lot. Anyway, here’s the blog post.
I found that going down to the shop and paying the expensive fee of printing photos was just too much for me, and I started searching for an alternative. The best one that I could find was an app which was called ‘FreePrints’. FreePrints is basically an app where you get 45 free photo prints a month. All you have to pay for is delivery. As you buy more and more prints, the ,ore rewards you get, such as larger free prints, faster delivery and other additional things. All you have to do to get your free prints is go to their website or download their app (it’s available on both Android and iOS, so don’t worry about if they care). Then you sign in or sign up. After you have signed up (or logged in) you can tap ‘Start New Order’. You can choose photos from many sources, such as Google Photos, Gallery, Photos, Dropbox and other file-sharing or photo-storage options.

Continue reading

What I think about Windows 10

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.

Continue reading