A veteran of the great console wars of the ’90s, Jovan honed his tech skills dissecting his father’s tools and gadgets. When he’s not busy imposing order and discipline on the KommandoTech cohort, he enjoys making music in his shed, playing JRPGs, and writing hard sci-fi. Jovan is a bona fide hardware surgeon capable of dismantling his laptop and putting it back together in a matter of minutes. With a couple of screws left over, of course.
How to Move Steam Games to Another Drive
If you’re a PC gamer, it’s pretty likely that you’re a Steam gamer, too. The platform has more than a billion members and over 120 million monthly active users, and there’s a lot of them wondering how to move Steam games to another drive without downloading them again. With broadband inte
What Is Radeon Chill? A Small Guide to AMD’s Coolest Feature
AMD is back in the game. After years of playing catch-up with NVIDIA in the high-end GPU market, the new RDNA 2 architecture brought the company back in contention. Other than a revolutionary new chip architecture, a key part of AMD’s success in recent years involves a huge overhaul of their GPU s
TCL’s Fold ’n Roll Concept Showcases a Unique 3-in-1 Device
Chinese electronics company TCL Technology has announced its latest project, an innovative 3-in-1 concept called Fold ’n Roll, which combines a phone, phablet, and tablet in one device. While still in the early planning stages with no release date in sight, the inno
How to Update Radeon Drivers – Bring up your A game
If you’re planning on getting a new AMD Radeon graphics card or have one already, you know it will work better with up-to-date drivers. Your GPU makes all your PC gaming adventures possible, so it’s best
Hans Zimmer Now Composing Smartphone Ringtones
When you’re a world-class music composer with numerous Academy awards under your belt, there’s really only one frontier left to conquer. Mobile ringtones. Hans Zimmer, probably the most prolific movie composer of all time,
Apple Concedes to Russia: App Store to Feature Local Apps for Russian iPhone Users
Apple has yielded to requirements set by Russia, allowing the installation of Russian software on iPhones. According to a Russian law that comes into effect in April 2021, all smart devices such as computers, smart TVs, and smartphones have to come pre-installed with
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