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How to Turn your Raspberry Pi into an Ad Blocker for your Network

The Raspberry Pi can be used for pretty much anything, you can play your favourite classic games, or use it to stream more modern games from your computer. But in this article, we are going to turn it into an…

Turn your Raspberry Pi into a Retro Gaming Machine with RetroPie

The Raspberry Pi has a variety of use cases, we’ve covered a few before, it could be used to stream your Steam games, turn your speaker into an AirPlay speaker and much more. This time we’re going to take a…

How to Format your External Hard Drive for Windows and macOS

So let’s say that you have a external hard drive and you want to use this portable hard drive with both Mac and Windows computers, to access your files and folders flawlessly without any issues. Luckily you can format your…

How to Backup your Phone Photos and Save Storage

Nowadays people are taking more and more photos on their smartphones and doing away with cameras such as compact cameras and DSLR’s. But with removable storage disappearing from modern smartphones what do you do to back them up or when…

How to Roll Back the Windows 10 Automatic Upgrade

Windows 10 is great, but sometimes you may not want the automatic upgrade due to the requirements of certain software or purely for the fact that you don’t like change.

How to turn a computer into a Chromebook

Chromebooks are great, they’re machines that just work – they require little maintenance and if all you do is use a browser all day, they’re great. But sometimes you may not want to drop a load of cash on one…

How to Stream your Steam Games to the Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi is a great little device, it can be your home theater PC, you can play your music from your phone to it and much more. But in this tutorial we’re going to look at how we can…

How to Run Android Apps in Google Chrome

In this video I show you how to run Android apps in Google Chrome. For this to work you will want Chrome 37 (or above) and the ArChon Runtime and a modified Android app, I’ll explain this later in the tutorial.

Getting Started with the Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi is a very small computer, it is great for trying small projects on. The device has Analog Video Out, Audio Out, 2x USB 2.0 Ports, Ethernet, HDMI and Micro USB for Power.

How to Set Up Your Raspberry Pi as an AirPlay Receiver

The Raspberry Pi is a great little computer that provides a device to do little projects on. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to set up a Raspberry Pi to be used as an AirPlay receiver so you can…