Tips – Computer Help, Tips and Information

Many of you have been asking us for advanced computer help, tips, or just some basic instructions on how to be a geek. So we’ve created Geeks.com “Tech Tips” to give you the computer information you need to keep you on the cutting edge. Our goal is to deliver useful computer related tips to geeks of all types-whether you’re a techno-rookie or a Geek veteran.

Tech Tips Community

Computer Geeks is more than just a great source for computer gear and consumer electronics, we’re also a community of tech-enthusiasts excited about teaching and helping others learn. We’ve developed Tech Tips because we believe that by providing our guests with tutorials, instructions, directions, and other learning tools they need to become educated consumers, they’ll keep coming back.

More than Computer Info

Although Tech Tips is new, our goal is to have informative and educational advice for all of our product categories. Every week we send out a new Tech Tip Newsletter to our email subscribers and then a week later, we post it on our site. We are also adding other “how to” computer hardware information articles regularly to our site, so that we can be the expert resource for computers, laptops, consumer electronics, gaming and more for the tech community. Geeks.com wants to be your source for computer information, computer help and computer tips!

Tech Tips Archives

We now have too many articles to put onto one page, so we’ve consolidated them into 5 sections: Computer, Computer Parts, Consumer Electronics, Networking, and Other. By clicking on one of these links, you will find informative articles related to that topic. We also offer the Tech Tips articles in printable PDF forms.

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The Basics of 360 Degree Video

The Basics of 360 Degree Video

The field of 360 degree video is diverse and encompasses many different technologies and techniques. In this post, we will covering a couple of basic techniques, and setups for shooting 360 degree video. The two most popular types of consumer level 360 degree video...

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Netflix Releases a Puppy to Tackle XSS Attacks

Netflix Releases a Puppy to Tackle XSS Attacks

If the recent story about Pirate Bay and Popcorn Time offering streaming services had you intrigued yet equally concerned about safety, then Netflix may have just tipped the balance in its favour. As we reported earlier this year, Pirate Bay and Popcorn Time (which...

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Oculus VR goggles could change the future. Or not

Oculus VR goggles could change the future. Or not

The future of tech is here, and it may not be as much fun as you think. To join in, you’ll need to strap a black, 1.5-pound mask to your face so you can have an out-of-body-like experience that might make you vomit. There’s also the chance you’ll...

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Google Will Soon Label HTTP Websites as “Unsafe”

Recently, Google announced that it has started considering HTTPS as a metric when deciding the pagerank of a given website. Thus, all other elements being equal, HTTPS websites get preference over HTTP ones.2 However, Google has also decided to go a step further:...

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Entrim 4D

  Using a safe technique that sends electrical signals to the vestibular system in the ear, Entrim 4D synchronizes the body’s balance system with the changing movements in the VR videos. Users thus feel as if they are a part of the on-screen action, and can even...

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