System Image Backup is a Windows feature, that enables you to create a backup of your hard-drive for recovery purposes. It creates a full-disk backup including the user data and apps.  Hence, in case, there’s a hard-drive failure, you can restore your PC to a previous state, very easily. You don’t need to reinstall Windows from scratch or even, setup the applications once again. Your system is reverted to the way it was before a hard-drive crash, with all the apps installed. Read full post →How To Create A Windows System Image



A Windows utility, System Restore, allows you to restore your Operating System to an earlier working state, in case you encounter some issues (corruption, faulty driver…) with the current state of your PC. It’s very simple and easy to use. You can revert to the previous system state with ease if you are not satisfied with some major updates in your system. This article was written with Windows 8, 8.1  and 10 in mind. Read full post →How To Do A System Restore In Windows


ShadowPlay by Nvidia has been considered as one among the best applications for recording and broadcasting gameplay. Using ShadowPlay, you can capture priceless in-game moments and share them with your friends instantly. However, with the new GeForce Experience, there has been a complete overhaul of the application. The then ShadowPlay is now referred as, Nvidia Share, and here’s how to use it. Read full post →How To Use Nvidia Share aka ShadowPlay


With Valve‘s Steam You can gift games to your friends on Steam. While it’s an interesting feature, you may also not the feel the urgency to buy games repeatedly for your next of kin. You can save a lot of money by just sharing your games library with them. This is possible, all thanks to the ‘Family Sharing’ feature on Steam. Read full post →How To Family Share On Steam


Twitch is the most popular video streaming platform, catering to the needs of over a hundred million gamers worldwide. The platform basically showcases content related to video game walk-throughs, eSports and gaming convention broadcasts.

If you are aspiring to broadcast in-game content on Twitch then there are various applications available which you can use. Some of these include Nvidia GeForce Experience, Radeon ReLive and OBS Studio. This guide gives you a detailed walk-through of how to stream on Twitch using these applications. Read full post →How To Stream On Twitch


You would have observed that some of the Java-based phones offered – “Call Record” option back then. However, the same does not apply to our smartphones. Especially, when it comes to an iPhone, you cannot record the voice calls without utilizing additional tools because there is no native support for it.

Do you need a Jailbroken device in order to record calls on iPhone? No! We have a couple of solutions that would let you record calls on iPhone. Read full post →How To Record Calls on iPhone


Snapchat is a popular image messaging social platform tailored for mobile devices (both Android and iOS). You get to share your moments (pictures) with your friends or snap a video of what you are doing.

You can add funny effects to your videos or even perform a face swap in Snapchat. In a nutshell, it is an incredibly popular social platform. However, what if you didn’t want to take a snap but wanted to upload an existing snap from your camera roll? Can that be done? Yes, absolutely! Read full post →Snapchat: How To Upload From Gallery or Camera Roll


Using the SD card as the default storage for photos seems to be the best way to avoid clogging up of your Internet storage if you take too many photos. You can surely do the same even if you do not take a great number of photos but it would not make much of a difference then.

But how to use SD card as the default photo storage on Android? Is there an option in the settings to adjust the storage location for images? Is there an app that helps setting it? Read full post →Use SD Card as Default Photo Storage on Android


There was no way to store apps on SD Card earlier. The Android tinkerers preferred to achieve root access in order to store apps on SD Card. But, following the launch of Android 5.0 Lollipop, some of the Android smartphones started offering the ability to its users to store apps on SD Card. And, it has been a consistent feature on many Android smartphones but not all. Read full post →How to store Apps on SD card (Android)


Basic video editing capabilities like trim/cut are natively available on iPhone with the help of Photos app. You could utilize this ability on-the-go where you only need to cut or trim a video without necessarily having an active Internet connection (because it is built right into your phone, you do not need to download anything).

Photos app is not just a photo viewer but also lets you cut or trim the videos you have on your library. However, if you need some more functionalities to edit the videos, 3rd Party apps would help you. Read full post →How To Cut and Crop Videos on iPhone