by Dinesh Thakur

IT’S A BIT MORE DIFFICULT TO TROUBLEshoot an all-in-one PC than a desktop PC, because all of the internal components are tightly fit in the same case that contains the monitor. Thus, some hardware could be difficult to access and other hardware may not be reachable.



 
by Dinesh Thakur

THE PROCESS OF UPDATING YOUR PC and applications is a relatively straightforward one, but that doesn’t mean that updates are always successful. In this article, we’ll help you troubleshoot some common update and patch issues.



 
by Dinesh Thakur

In an ideal world, a new PC or laptop would operate without hiccups or errors when you unbox and set it up for the first time. But, we all know computers aren’t perfect. The good news is that there are plenty of troubleshooting actions you can perform to get your computer to do what it’s supposed to do. In this article, we walk you through some of the common issues that might arise when you’re getting to know your computer.



 
by Dinesh Thakur

Internet connectIvIty has become synonymous with “smart” when it comes to consumer electronics and appliances. But if your Wi-Fi connection goes down, you might have a hard time adjusting to a Blu-ray player that just plays Blu-ray Discs, a phone that only makes phone calls, and a tablet that just plays games. Follow these Wi- Fi connection troubleshooting tips to “smarten up” your favorite gadgets.

 
by Dinesh Thakur

A down, slow, or unreliable network can lead to significant downtime and frustration. Here, we’ll help you troubleshoot a few of the most common network problems.

 
by Dinesh Thakur

We’ve come to rely on digital cameras to capture the special moments in our lives. And if you miss a moment because your camera isn’t working or produces poor-quality images, it can be frustrating. Here, we’ll provide some quick tips for resolving a few of the most common issues.

 
by Dinesh Thakur

Problems with your PC’s memory, or RAM (Random Access Memory), can result in a variety of issues, including seemingly random freezes, crashes, and system errors. When you’re seeing these types of issues, there are no obvious error messages that indicate something is wrong with the memory in your computer. Here, we’ll show you how to discover if your RAM is the problem and give you some ways to fix it.