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X670E vs. X670 vs. B650E vs. B650: AMD AM5 chipsets explained

With the launch of the new Ryzen 7000 desktop processors, AMD also debuted a series of new motherboard chipsets. Zen 4 CPUs like the Ryzen 9 7950X, Ryzen 9 7900X, Ryzen 7 7700X, or Ryzen 5 7600X don’t work on the older AM4 or AM3 chipsets. They are only compatible and must be...

Overclocking the AMD Ryzen 5 7600X. Is it worth it?

2022 brought us a slew of new and amazing desktop processors, and one of the most interesting ones is AMD’s Ryzen 5 7600X. It is a top-notch processor for gaming, as well as standard workloads, at a price that many people can afford. However, even if it’s an excellent choice...

What is OneNote & Why do I have two apps on my Windows PC?

Have you heard of OneNote, the note-taking service from Microsoft? Did you try one of the OneNote apps on your Windows computer, iPad, iPhone, Android smartphone, or tablet? If you are a OneNote user on your Windows 10 or Windows 11 computer, you might...

What’s new in Windows 10 version 22H2?

On October 18th, 2022, Microsoft released Windows 10, version 22H2, also known as the Windows 10 2022 Update. This version is available for existing Windows 10 devices through Windows Update. Devices currently running Windows 10, version 20H2 or newer, will have a...

What is Bluetooth? How it works & How to get it on a PC

Many people visiting our website are interested in tutorials about using Bluetooth technology. If you want to know what Bluetooth is on a computer, a phone, or any other device, how Bluetooth works and what are its different versions of implementations, how Bluetooth came to life,...

What can we learn from the energy efficiency of supercomputers?

Just as cloud computing solutions have created new opportunities for companies to engage with customers and enabled a new, more flexible way of working, supercomputers are opening up new avenues for innovation by accelerating the speed of product research and development. Finally,...

What’s new in Windows 11 2022 Update (version 22H2)

Microsoft has finalized the first major update to Windows 11. It is named Windows 11 2022 Update or Windows 11 version 22H2. The update is available starting September 20th, 2022 and will be slowly rolled out via Windows Update. However, people eager to try it out can...

What are those Windows features that you can add or remove?

Some of our readers asked us to explain all those optional features that can be added to or removed from your Windows installation. Even though all of them have some description, the information offered by Windows is either too brief or too complex to understand for most people. So...

What is Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365)?

In 2017, Microsoft started to offer a new line of subscription services called Microsoft 365. At the same time, it also had Office 365 subscription plans available. However, later on, the company decided to abandon the Office 365 naming and only keep the Microsoft 365 branding. What...

What makes a good wireless router and how to choose one

Picking a router or mesh Wi-Fi system that delivers fast and reliable Wi-Fi and excellent coverage is difficult, especially if you’re not an IT professional. To make things harder, manufacturers describe their routers using lots of acronyms and marketing terms that have little to...

How does Microsoft make money from Windows?

You might ask yourself: how does Microsoft make money from Windows 10 and Windows 11? Although some means, like selling licenses, are obvious, others aren’t, and the ways the company generates revenue from Windows may be quite surprising. Starting with Windows 10 and continuing...

ASUS Prime AP201 looks like a promising MicroATX Case

At the beginning of June, ASUS revealed a new compact computer case specially designed for MicroATX motherboards. Available in either black or white, it’s large enough to fit a standard ATX power supply unit, large processor AIO coolers, and massive graphics cards. If you’re...