How to Upgrade Your Computer for Gaming

January 2nd, 2020 by Joe Silverman

So you have a standard PC that you want to upgrade for gaming. You might be thinking, “Why do I need any upgrades?” or, “Where do I begin with these upgrades?” Both of these questions can be difficult for a beginner gamer, but the answers are simple.  To start, you should upgrade your computer for…

4 Simple Ways to Secure Your Website From Hackers

December 27th, 2019 by Tyler Pack

Launching your business or personal website is like opening the door to your safe open and office. The majority of the people who visit your building will never know that all your information is there to see just by walking in. And most of the time, there are people with cruel intentions who will walk…

Why I Made the Switch to Mac and Never Looked Back

December 11th, 2019 by Joe Silverman

Windows Operating Systems served as the de facto selection for anyone wanting to purchase a laptop, or PC in the days of yore. For many people, there was no question about it. Mac operating systems remained largely off-limits for most folks; in fact it wasn’t even a consideration given Mac’s rather limited capabilities in a…

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Is Your Home Ready for the Google Stadia?

December 10th, 2019 by Joe Silverman

If you’re one of the many people waiting for the release of the Google Stadia, you’ve probably done your due diligence to find out if your setup is good enough to handle the platform’s requirements. And if not, this is definitely something you need to do early on. While the Stadia doesn’t require any powerful…

upgrade or buy computer for holidays

Should I buy a new computer or upgrade my own for the Holidays?

November 13th, 2019 by Joe Silverman

Impulse buying is not good for anybody. You should have a set of parameters in deciding if a new computer is the right way to go. This applies to PC upgrades and Mac upgrades. Here are the set of rules in figuring out if that brand new laptop, desktop, or tablet is a validated, reasonable…