Gaming

How to Change Mouse DPI in Windows 10
Gaming

How to Change Mouse DPI Settings in Windows 10

Changing mouse DPI is usually a gamer’s concern, especially for first-person shooter games which mouse DPI or sensitivity plays a big role in improving aiming in the game. Most players would want to use the same DPI settings (commonly 400, 800 or 1200) as the pro players who are at […]

By Nyau Wai Hoe, ago
How to Take Screenshot on Oculus Rift S
Gaming

How to Take a Screenshot on Oculus Quest 2 or Rift S

This short tutorial will show you how to quickly take a screenshot on Oculus Quest 2 or Oculus Rift S VR headset, and how to transfer the screenshots, photos or recorded videos from Oculus Quest 2 to PC (Windows 10). Since the Oculus interface and available features differ between Oculus […]

By Nyau Wai Hoe, ago
Game Lag When Watching YouTube
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Game Lag When Watching YouTube or Twitch on Chrome

If you experience lags or poor performance in game specifically while watching YouTube or Twitch on Chrome at the same time, here are two tips on how to reduce game lags while Chrome is opened in Windows 10 (also works for other browsers such as Firefox or Edge). Though I […]

By Nyau Wai Hoe, ago
How to Slow Down Your Mouse Speed in Windows 10
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How to Slow Down Your Mouse Speed in Windows 10

If you feel the mouse pointer moves too fast across the screen with very little mouse movements, this short tutorial will show you how to slow down or adjust the mouse speed to your preference in Windows 10. The value or setting that determines the speed of mouse pointer and […]

By Nyau Wai Hoe, ago
How to Disable Superfetch and Prefetch in Windows 10
Gaming

How to Disable Superfetch and Prefetch in Windows 10

Superfetch and Prefetch services are parts of Windows 10 features that helps accelerate the startup of frequently used apps. Since the services have to loads data into memory and drives as cache, they may cause negative impact on gaming performance or multimedia processing on your PC. If that’s the case, […]

By Nyau Wai Hoe, ago
Failed to Add New Steam Library Folder
Gaming

Fix: “Failed to Add New Steam Library Folder”

When you try to install a game via Steam client on the default Steam library or a new Steam library on a new drive, Steam prompts the error “Failed to add new steam library folder” and the installation process couldn’t proceed. How to fix “Failed to add new Steam library […]

By Nyau Wai Hoe, ago
Set CPU Affinity permanently Windows 10
Gaming

How to Set a Process CPU Affinity and Priority Permanently in Windows 10

Users can set a process to use only certain core(s) of the CPU by setting the CPU affinity of the process in task manager. Users can also set the CPU Priority for each process so that Windows knows which processes to prioritize when it comes to managing CPU resources. However, […]

By Nyau Wai Hoe, ago
How to Move Origin Games to Another Drive Without Redownloading
Gaming

How to Move Origin Games to Another Drive Without Redownloading

There are often times we want to move installed games from one drive to another, for instance, from HDD to SSD for better loading performance, or from a smaller drive to a bigger drive, etc. This short tutorial will show you how to move games installed through Origin client (screenshots […]

By Nyau Wai Hoe, ago
Steam Missing Downloaded Files
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How to Fix Steam “Missing Downloaded Files” Error – Game or Workshop

Steam is repeatedly showing “Missing downloaded files” when you try to download or update a game or a workshop content? Depending on the situation and whether the problem is caused by a game, patch or a workshop content, the solutions below may be able to help fix the issue. Steam […]

By Nyau Wai Hoe, ago
MSVCP140.dll or VCRUNTIME140.dll Not Found for Origin in Windows 10
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MSVCP140.dll or VCRUNTIME140.dll Not Found for Origin in Windows 10

If you get an error message that says “MSVCP140.dll or VCRUNTIME140.dll was not found in Windows 10″ when you try to install or run Origin or any other software or game, try the following solutions listed below in this article. The error message that relates to MSVCP140.dll or VCRUNTIME140.dll would […]

By Nyau Wai Hoe, ago