If you’ve owned your laptop for several years, it’s possible your computer is malfunctioning because the CMOS battery died. The CMOS battery is a piece of hardware that’s unique to laptops. When it dies, it could cause your laptop to encounter problems booting up.
Keyboards are classified by the types of switch technology that they use, and they’re separated broadly into two principal groups: mechanical keyboards and membrane keyboards. Read on to learn more about each.
We’ll explain the tech and the naming conventions, and then highlight some HP monitors that might be the perfect fit for your needs. Let’s figure out exactly what LCD and LED monitors are and how to pick the right one for you.
SAS and SATA are two technologies that computers use to transfer data from the motherboard to storage, and vice versa. Both technologies do roughly the same thing, but each is built with different hardware.
If you’ve ruined a monitor before or you want to keep that brand new laptop running smoothly, this article will provide you with all the information you could possibly need to keep your screen squeaky clean without damaging it.
In order to maximize the quality of the image you see, you’ll want to make the right choice when it comes to your connections. Below, we will dive into the difference between two common kinds of connections: DVI and VGA.
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