StorageStorage: Guides

MBR vs. GPT. What's the Difference?

On Windows-based systems, MBR and GPT are two prevalent partitioning methods. They are specifications for the configuration of storage devices such as hard disc drives (HDDs) and solid-state drives (SSDs). The partition style determines how Windows accesses the data on the…
NetworkNetwork: Guides

Is Public Wi-Fi Safe?

You are sitting at an international airport and wondering how to get an internet connection. As soon as you search for wireless networks, you will see a public Wi-Fi network offered as a free service by the Airport administration. But is airport Wi-Fi safe? Cyber Security…
AudioAudio: Guides

Lossless Audio. Everything You Need to Know

Lossless audio streaming has been available for years, owing to specialist lossless streaming services such as Tidal, Deezer, Qobuz, and, more recently, Amazon Music HD. But it’s always been costly, like twice as expensive as most Premium subscriptions. Lossless music…
StorageStorage: Guides

PCIe vs. NVMe. What's the difference?

During the last couple of years, storage technology has advanced dramatically, and SSD technology has been at the center of things of these developments. The latest phones, tablets, and PCs demand higher-capacity flash storage. At the same time, data centers keep more data…