League of Legends is known for its heaping amount of skins for its large amount of playable characters. It’s not known to a lot of people, but Amazon has been giving away League of Legends skin shards for quite some time now. Here’s how to get yours.
This is the easy bit. Amazon offers free 30 day prime trials, so all you have to do is sign up (you don’t have to pay at all). If you’re a student, you can even get a 6 month trial. Just go to their website and sign up.
The next bit is super…
Browser security is very important. How we access the internet needs to be secure. This means we put massive trust in the internet browsers we use. This leads us to placing our trust in the companies who develop these browsers.
These companies tell us their browser is “free”. Though as you should know, nothing is free. Everything has a price. In lots of cases, it’s going to be your data.
For example, Google Chrome. It is very well known that Chrome (and most Google applications) collect analytics and information.
Brave Browser is another example. They were injecting affiliate codes into…
I made a post in February about Brave Browser. I recommended my followers and everyone reading the post to make the switch to Brave. However, after certain events over the past year or so, I have decided to stop using Brave.
I initially made this statement about the browser:
I would recommend making the switch from Chrome to Brave, it drastically improved my browsing experience. Brave also has very active developers — security and privacy is not an issue.
While I will not lie, it did improve my browsing experience. The main issue lies with the second part of my…
Windows 11 was recently put into beta access for Windows Insiders. Here’s how to update to Windows 11 for free.
Becoming an insider is quite easy, just head to this link:
Then go through the registration process by clicking the “register” link
Cross Frame Scripting (known as XFS) is a vulnerability that doesn’t seem so severe to most people. Frame Hijacking/Injection, etc are all included in this category. XFS is where you are able to control the source attribute of an iFrame, or somehow control scripts inside of it. …
Having some sort of additional storage helps more than you think. Whether it is an external SSD, a second HDD, or even a flash drive, it can help you in many ways.
Here’s how installing a second hard drive helped me be more productive and have better PC maintenance. I have two storage devices. I have a primary SSD (500gb) that I installed my OS on. I also have an HDD (1tb) that I use to storage some games, files, and more.
I like to use clipping software when playing my favourite games, so that I can show my favourite…
ElasticSearch documentation isn’t the best. Especially when it comes to securing your instance. Setting up basic HTTP authentication isn’t as difficult as it is obscure. Here’s how to do it.
A few things to note:
Search-Guard is the software we will be using to secure the access to our server. Installing it is pretty simple. We will be using the built-in executable called
elasticsearch-plugin which is used to install plugins.
Medal is a great software for clipping gameplay. I personally enjoy it the most out of regular clipping software because of how it doesn’t cause much lag.
After swapping out my regular clipping software (built into my GPU driver software) for Medal, I noticed a boost in frames. Even after I changed the clipping time from 1–5 minutes the performance stayed the same (albeit there was 1–2 frames less on average)
Peripherals can be the difference between winning and losing in video games. This is why we put a lot of money into them. However, I think that some peripherals need a lesser financial investment than others.
Going from least expensive to most expensive, lets start with the keyboard.
Gigabyte B450 motherboards are quite confusing, in the sense that it isn’t obvious how to enable virtualization. You might have found that there is no “Virtualization” option when navigating through the BIOS. Here’s how to find and enable it…
If you don’t already know how to boot into the bios, it’s really easy. If you have Windows, find the “Restart” button, hold down shift and press it. This will get you into a “Troubleshooting” menu. From there, select “Advanced Options” and select “UEFI Firmware Options” or something similar.
If this doesn’t work, or you have a different operating system —…