Welcome back Tech Archivers to the long-awaited Chapter 2 of “Did We Break The Internet?”. This Chapter will look at Spam and how it affects us as individuals, as well as measures we may take, as consumers of the Internet, to prevent any mishaps occurring in relation to the Problems we discussed in Chapter 1 and to provide a safer internet, for all. Let’s get into it! Continue reading “Did We Break The Internet? – Chapter 2”
Hey everyone. Welcome back to Tech Archive. Today we’ll be starting to delve into the large and expansive world of Operating Systems as an Introductory Session to the following topics. To start it all off, we have to ask ourselves this important question. What is an operating system? Continue reading “Operating Systems – Introductory Edition”
Hey, it’s me! No, I’m not dead. I’ve just been a bit busy for the past few months. Anyways, onto the post.
Basically everyone has used Windows before, I can guarantee you that. However, not everyone wants to use it as their primary OS. It’s a shame that there’s such a large library of software that’s not available for Linux.
Spam, Ads, Bots, Phishing, Fake Content, Money Laundering etc, etc, etc, and the list goes on. Humans are said to be the inventors of their own destruction, but are we also the inventors of the destruction of our inventions? Let’s take a look! Continue reading “Did We Break The Internet? – Chapter 1”
Yes, we all face this problem. This problem has happened to us at least five times while we were online surfing the web and makes looking for what we want or need a grueling task that takes at least an hour to complete. Projects take longer than expected, research is frustrating and if you haven’t thought about throwing the internet in the bin yet, you probably will (soon) tm. Continue reading “The Internet Problem We All Face”
It’s already September, ain’t it? Time sure does fly…
Nvidia has confirmed that their new lineup will be out by the 20th, and with that, we’ll be getting some advancements. Continue reading “The RTX 20xx – What to Expect”
AMD seems to be properly following the roadmap, and as expected the 2nd generation of the Ryzen (Ryzen+) is already out!
First I’m going to talk about this new Ryzen Vega, now if you ask me, “What is it?”, it’s an APU!
Do you ever wonder what the future of hardware will be like? Perhaps in 10 years, laptops that are considered “a low end piece of junk” will be able to run the games we have now with ease, on a standard Integrated GPU. Continue reading “The Future of Computer Hardware”
Don’t have a gaming rig? Want to play some cool games? Don’t fear, in this post, we’re going to show you some of the coolest games that you can run, on your low end home computer.
Continue reading “Budget Gaming – Low-End Hardware”
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