Steam Deck is one of the greatest gaming devices released in a long time. I just love how I can play pretty much any AAA game on Steam Deck. With the help of some magic, the device manages to run all sorts of resource hungry Windows games on Linux! What an era to be alive! But… What to do if you would like to play a non-Steam Game like something from Ubisoft Connect, Gog or Epic Games? Or maybe you would like to play the new Pokémon TCG Live on your Steam deck. Follow these easy steps, and you can! ☺️
I absolutely love my Gigabyte 15 OLED WA. It is one of the few laptops out there that actually has a 4K display… In 2021, I think that 4k is a bare minimum on a laptop because Full HD is just too small to fit anything on the screen. Another thing I like about this laptop is that it has a dedicated RTX GPU, so I can game on it ☺️. Recently, however, the laptop has failed me on one aspect; after the warranty period ended, one of the fans of the laptop started to produce an awful sound, something compressed air wouldn't solve. 😕 Let's get our Gigabyte Aero 15 OLED fan fixed!
I recently bought a Nokia 3.2 phone with the sole intention of rooting it so that I could play around with it. The phone was just around 70e on Amazon and comes with Snapdragon, so it was an obvious choice. However, I learned quickly after receiving it that the guides online for rooting Nokia 3.2 were terrible. So I compiled a tutorial here explaining how I rooted the phone. This should work with mostly any Android phone, and in fact you can root whichever firmware version of your Nokia 3.2 00EEA with this method. Android 9 or 10, doesn't matter, this one will work for sure. 😎
I have had a Logitech MX Master mouse for half a year now, and so far, I can tell, it's the best mouse I have ever had. It's lightyears ahead of the other pointing devices I have been forced to use over the years. This review focuses on the three main aspects of the mouse: customizability, ergonomics and connectivity. The mouse is available for purchase on AliExpress. (more…)
About a year ago I was in a tricky situation. I had just moved to a new flat that had a modern fiber-optic connection meaning that instead of connecting my router to a phone socket, there was an ethernet port on the wall. This meant, of course, that I had to go shopping for a new router after I was told by my internet provider that they don’t sell such routers, because “you can connect your computer to the ethernet port directly”… 🤦♂️ Like I would only have one device I wanted to connect to the internet. 🤣 (more…)