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Upgrading your laptop can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be. Add RAM to your laptop with the help of this HowStuffWorks video.
How to Add RAM to a Laptop
Upgrading your laptop can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be. Add RAM to your laptop with the help of this HowStuffWorks video.
How to Install RAM to a Desktop Computer
Everyone wants more RAM in their computer, but it can be a frightening task. This video from HowStuffWorks will show you how to install RAM into your computer.
It's All Geek to Me: Saving Battery Power on a Laptop
New York Times tech writer David Pogue gives tricks on how to prolong your battery life on an airplane. Learn more on The Science Channel's "It's All Geek to Me."
Can the government take away my laptop
Federal agents have the right to confiscate and examine electronic devices belonging to anyone entering the United States -- and these agents aren't required to have probable cause. Check out our HowStuffWorks podcast to learn more about US policy.
From Mind to Machine
From typewriters to laptop keyboards, the way we communicate with our machines is ever-evolving. But in the future, could we communicate by only using our brainwaves?
How to Install a Graphics Card
The graphics card enables your computer to play games and movies. In this HowStuffWorks video you'll learn how to install a graphics card yourself.
How YOU Can Take Part in a Scientific Breakthrough!
These computer programs allow you to get active and make a huge difference in the scientific community.
Computers That Think Like Humans
In a world of brain-inspired machine intelligence, computers of the future will no longer require programming - you'll just need to teach them!
Have We Reached Peak Computer Power?
Moore’s Law states that you could fit twice as many transistors on a computer chip every two years – but many say this will soon come to an end!
Douglas Engelbart: The Computer Mouse
Before Douglas Engelbart invented the mouse, computers received input through typed commands -- but that all changed once this handy pointer hit the scene. Learn more about the Engelbart's Stuff of Genius in this video podcast from HowStuffWorks.com.