Top Programming Languages for Which Largest Companies Are Hiring Developers

Posted on April 3, 2019 By

Are you a developer, seeking jobs in UK, US, Canada or Australia? Or you’re just wondering what programming languages large companies are hiring a developer for in 2019. If your answers to these questions are yes, then this article might be of huge interest to you. In this article, Joblang, a leading online recruitment firm…

Three Reasons to Move to Online Tutoring

Posted on February 23, 2019 By

Online changed education and learning. Although conventional educating methods are still the most beneficial for education, Online has led the way for us to learn through different indicates. The internet is rich with educational content, video lessons, written guides, and online seminars. But despite all these choices, there is one structure for learning that rests…

How to Get the Case Off Your PC

Posted on September 15, 2018 By

This is the first step to servicing, upgrading or removing PC hardware from your PC. Refer to my other articles on adding, upgading or removing just about any piece of hardware. First things first, get that case off your PC. This is usually done by removing the screws on the back. Don’t remove the ones…

Does Size Really Matter In Our Digital Age

Posted on September 13, 2018 By

Well, we’ve all seen the advert, but that’s not what I want to talk about, so get that out of your head straight away. No, let’s think about what many call the “Queen of Arts” – namely painting. Have you ever wandered around a huge Art Gallery and marvelled at the works by Tintoretto, Raphael,…

You Can Prevent Computer Slowdowns and Issues

Posted on September 4, 2018 By

Most people understand preventive maintenance like changing the oil in your car will help your car run better and last longer. The same principle holds true for your PC. Based on the computer repair services we do on computers in Cincinnati, we believe 80% of computer slowdowns and problems can be prevented! The purpose of…

The Right Way To Discharge Capacitor In Switch Mode Power Supplies

Posted on August 30, 2018 By

Switch mode power supply contain some large filter capacitors that can hold dangerous charges even if the unit has not been used for several days. Typical values of this type of filter capacitor are 220uf 250volt and 330uf 400volt! If you are going to work on the power supply circuits, it’s a good idea to…

Should You Build Your Own Mini PC

Posted on August 29, 2018 By

Nowadays there is a large number of alternatives when it comes to mini-PCs, many of which are barebones that you have to assemble yourself. Of course, these fetch a lower price and are often preferred by some people. Other mini-PCs come ready-to-use with all the parts and even the operating system pre-installed. Of course, their…

The Printer Cartridge Game

Posted on August 27, 2018 By

Think you got a great deal on a printer? Like the rest of us, you probably paid $50 to $75 for a decent Epson or Lexmark printer. What’s the catch, you might have asked? Most salesmen would say there is no catch. They’d probably go into a rant about how the printer market has gotten…

Spicing Up Your Keyboard Collection

Posted on August 26, 2018 By

When it comes to must haves for me concerning mechanical keyboards I always recommend the MKC Zinc Gold Tone Keyset. While the set can be a bit pricy at $50 for the set of just 37 keys to me it was well worth the investment. The first benefit you get from the keys is simply…

Adding Serial Ports to a Computer with Only USB Ports

Posted on August 17, 2018 By

So you bought a new computer but you don’t have serial ports? It’s surprisingly common these days – you find an awesome machine that does everything you want it to do, but then you get home and find out that amongst the lightning-fast processor and terabyte hard drive, you’re missing something – a serial port….