An external hard drive can be one of the best extensions for your computer. After all, this is the place where you find the required space to store all your personal photos and videos or use it for professional use. External hard drives offer users a practical alternative for data storage. They can last for years, are portable, and are an inexpensive option compared to SSDs. It’s no surprise why the market offers a wide variety of options for users who prefer specific specifications as to the hard drive’s data capacity, size, and style.
While there is no specific figure of external HDDs’ life expectancy, they will still surely get damaged over time. Hard drives can easily crash, fail and die as they are made of moving components that are vulnerable to mechanical and physical failures. On average, a hard drive’s life expectancy is approximately 6 year. If the hard drive fails prior to it, sometimes it may be the fault of manufacturer. But apparently in most cases, it is due to our daily behaviors. As long as we keep proper maintenance of the drive and tabs on external threats, we can extend its life with ease. Continue reading “How to Extend the Life of Your External Hard Drive”
As our partners from Rapidphonebuyer is saying, the festive season of Christmas approaches, there will be several offers put up on mobile phones of all kinds. You can expect a considerable discount on handsets of brands like Apple, Samsung, and others. What this also means is the resale value of older models will decline further. It thus makes sense to get rid of your old phone as early as possible to get maximum cash.
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Doom 64 is out now, and PC folks can unearth the OG textures for the med and berserk packs as well as using cheat codes to advance in the re-release of the older game.
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Animal Crossing: New Horizons is out now for the Nintendo Switch, and it looks like there are multiple ways to get rich quick. If you are here to find out how to make extra money or bells in this game, then you have found the right place. Continue reading “Here’s How To Make Quick Money In Animal Crossing: New Horizons”
Capcom has been on their thumbs since the release of Monster Hunter: World’s newest DLC for PC, Iceborne. The content has crippled the game for a lot of people, including causing unwieldy CPU spikes, prevention of using various mods, as well as saved game files to become corrupted and wiped. Well, some gamers figured out a workaround on PC, but it requires a lot of patience and a few modding tools. Continue reading “Monster Hunter: World Iceborne Fix For PC Saved Games Surfaces”
Do you want to know how to use cheat engine to alter Code Vein’s physique or body sliders? If so, hopefully, you can benefit from this pseudo-guide to alter your Code Vein character’s body on PC. Continue reading “Code Vein Body Slider Script Available Via Cheat Engine”
Fans have been clamoring for a Western release of Rockman EXE4.5: Real Operation, but Capcom never delivered. The sequel to the game, titled Mega Man Battle Network 5, made its way Stateside but not the previous entry. Well, fans put in the time, put in the work, and managed to release an English translation patch called Mega Man Battle Network 4.5: Real Operation for Game Boy Advance aficionados. Continue reading “Mega Man Battle Network 4.5 English Translation Patch Available For Download”
2K Games and Visual Concepts’ WWE 2K20 got off to an awful start, so much so that during release day a hashtag was trending to get the game fixed since it came off the assembly line broken. A common trait for today’s AAA titles. In any case, if you were one of the (un)lucky ones to get the game booted and managed to start playing, there are some guides to help you out and teach you how to play this year’s iteration correctly. Continue reading “WWE 2K20 Videos Teach You How To Play”
Code Vein is out now for PC via Steam, PS4, and Xbox One. Whether you are a new player or someone that is familiar with the game, which includes veterans too, can accrue more XP or Haze through this guide for Bandai Namco’s souls-like JRPG. Continue reading “Code Vein Guide: How To Earn XP Fast In Early And Late Game”
Bandai Namco has released Code Vein for public consumption across PC, PS4, and Xbox One. However, if you happen to be new and wish to learn the game’s basic ins-and-outs, hopefully, this guide will be of use. Continue reading “Code Vein: Beginner’s Guide To Getting Started”
Remedy Entertainment’s Control arrived for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC at the twilight of summer. The game is a third-person shooter, story heavy, and focused on mind twisters and paranormal topical matter. For gamers curious how the game ends, this article gives you a rundown of the story. Continue reading “Control Ending Explained”
With the latest Warframe update dubbed Saint of Altra, it brings new weapons and a frame by the name of Gauss to the sci-fi third-person looter-shooter. If you’re looking to obtain the 41st Warframe, this guide will teach you how to do so. Warframe is out now for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Continue reading “Warframe Guide: Here’s How To Get Gauss”
Nintendo and Platinum Games released a new trailer for Astral Chain, featuring nine minutes of gameplay for the upcoming third-person, hack-and-slash, action-shooter title. This is one of the longest promotional pieces we’ve seen of the game so far leading up to its release, and it gives you a solid idea of what to expect from the new IP for Nintendo’s little hybrid that could. Continue reading “Astral Chain Video Teaches You How To Play”