PS4 Media Player

[Tutorial] Play music and videos on your PS4

In the summer of 2015, Sony finally published a native multimedia player to the PS4. Though they had to wait for a long time, PS4 owners are now able to play media both through their home servers and through connected USB drives. Because this is still a console, there...
GPU Overclocking

[Tutorial] How To Overclock your GPU

One of the best aspects of PC gaming is getting to build an awesome machine though time and cash constraints may beg to differ. Regardless of the end product, tweaking and customizing never stops for PC enthusiasts and overclocking is one of the most entertaining and interesting aspects of...

[Tutorial] Learn how to emulate your favorite old games

Emulators of video game consoles have been around forever and they have allowed gamers to once again play their favorite titles, even if their original consoles are not operable any longer. This is probably the best time for game emulators as even our mobile devices are now powerful enough...
Gaming PC

[Tips] Start gaming in Windows 10

Gaming on Windows is fundamentally different than gaming on a console, for a multitude of reasons. The main reason, of course, is that consoles are machines built for and dedicated to gaming, with additional, optional features such as multimedia players and apps. So when you go out and buy...
Steam Big Picture Music Player

[Tutorial] Use the Steam Music Player, inside and outside of games

Valve’s Steam Music features have been available to everyone since September, 2014 though you would be forgiven for not knowing about them. Steam’s own Music Player is a very basic utility though it is flexible enough that you may find a use for it. This is especially true for...

[Tutorial] Play PS4 games on your PC right now

One of the advantages Xbox One owners have over PS4 owners is that Microsoft’s ecosystem is finally being knitted tightly and so anyone with Windows 10 can play Xbox games on their PC through the official app. Sony has promised that it would release a similar app so that...
NVIDIA GeForce Experience

[Tutorial] Disable NVIDIA services that you do not need

The NVIDIA name is strongly associated with graphics cards but the company occupies itself with plenty of other endeavors, both in the realm of gaming and elsewhere. The Shield devices represent a prime example of an area that NVIDIA is heavily invested in yet many of its customers could...
Graphics Card GeForce

[Tutorial] Updating your graphics card

Usually, updating drivers is not a life-or-death situation as users are advised to scrutinize and check new releases to make sure they really need them. After all, most of you have probably heard horror stories from Windows 10 where forced driver updates can pretty much break an entire system....
PC Gaming

How To: Check if your PC can run any game

PC and console gaming differ in many aspects but one of the most important ones is the simple matter of convenience. Whereas console games are created specifically for the system they are supposed to run in and thus perform perfectly, it is simply impossible for PC developers to do...
Titanfall PS4 Controller

How To: Use a PS4 controller on your PC

As far as PC accessories go, the Xbox 360 controller has been deeply etched into the minds of gamers worldwide as the standard alternative to the mouse and keyboard. Sony never offered PC support for its PS3 controller, despite the fact that it could work through third-party apps. The...

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Best game booster software for Windows 10

These days we have so many Windows PC games to choose from but the most complex ones also require some heavy processing power. Your...

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Windows Media Player Subtitles

How To: Add subtitles to Windows Media Player

Since loads of people refuse to abandon Windows Media Player but are still having problems with their subtitles, I figured I would make this guide...