Home » Systems (page 3)


Samsung Galaxy S6 rumors of a release date, specs, and price

Samsung Galaxy S6 Rumor

Have you heard the new Galaxy S6 rumors? It seems that this giant will feature an amazing 4K screen and a metal design. If we take a look at its predecessor the Samsung Galaxy S5, we can tell that customers were not very impressed with it. So everyone is expecting the arrival of the best smartphone that Samsung has ever …

Read More »

How to Delete videos from your iPhone & iPad

Although watching video content on large-screen mobile devices like the new iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and all iPads is great, having just a single HD movie can take up 4GB of internal memory. Needless to say, it wouldn’t be long before you fill your device with media and you’re forced to delete videos for that new app or game that you’d like …

Read More »

How to update the iPhone 6

One of the best things about owning an iPhone 6, or any other iPhone in fact, is that you’ll be able to update your device for at least a couple of years. Unlike Android, where seeing a two-year-old device running the latest version of the OS is a rarity, iPhones and iPads often get upgrades three and even four years …

Read More »

How to update the iPhone 6 Plus

Owning a phone from Apple has many advantages, not the least of which is the ability to update the iPhone 6 Plus for several years after its release. On average, iPhones and iPads continue to receive software upgrades for four years, while the Android competition scores around two. So how do you actually update the Apple iPhone? There are two …

Read More »

How to Import Outlook Contacts Into Outlook.com

Until just a few years ago, the PC was the only computer that we used to store contact information about other people and to communicate and collaborate with them. But with the recent rapid advances in handheld devices, we increasingly find ourselves needing to stay in touch while on the go. This multi-device paradigm is forcing many people to rethink …

Read More »

How to factory reset your Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Factory Reset

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is definitely one of the best devices that Samsung created. It is such an amazing phablet that is able to meet everyone’s expectations. It reached an incredible success and taught its competitors a good lesson. But technology changes and lots of new devices are being produced every year. This means that you won’t be able …

Read More »

The Best Windows phones of 2014

Nokia Lumia 930

2014 has been an eventful year for Windows Phone, both on the software and hardware side. We saw the release of Windows Phone 8.1 that enhanced what was already a great mobile operating system. We were also introduced to Cortana – Microsoft’s answer to Siri. On the hardware side, things have been equally as eventful – Nokia has released several …

Read More »

The Complete iPhone 6 vs iPhone 6 Review!

With the release of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, every consumer is now faced with the big question – which one will suit me better. We’ll cut to chase and say it outright – there’s no universal answer to that question. Every person’s needs are different, so what works for some may be suboptimal for others. So what’s …

Read More »

How to disable the Apple Software Update Screen

How to disable the Apple Software Update

So you’re doing something on your PC and out of nowhere the Apple Software Update app kicks in and disrupts your workflow. While it is generally a good idea to use the most up-to-date software, such distractions can cost you a lot in terms of time and concentration. In this how-to we’ll show you the steps needed to ensure that …

Read More »

Windows 10 release date, features, and price

Windows 10 Start Menu

On Sep 30th 2014 Microsoft announced the next version of Windows, dubbing it Windows 10 and leapfrogging Windows 9 altogether. If we had to describe Windows 10 in a single sentence, it would be: “Combining the best of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 into a modern-looking, yet traditional package.” Windows 10 Release Date Up to this point, Microsoft hasn’t given …

Read More »