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With games clocking in at gigabytes in the double-digits, downloadable DLC and lots of patches, storage space on modern video game consoles is at a premium. Fortunately, the PS4’s storage space can be upgraded fairly easily. Those who are desperate for a little more breathing room have two options. The scary one (it’s not that scary) is cracking your PS4 open and replacing the internal hard drive. The second, slightly easier option is connecting an external drive. We’ll run through how to do both safely in this article.

Replace the Internal Hard Drive

Replacing the internal drive sounds hard, but it isn’t that difficult. However, there are a few steps that are necessary for a smooth transition. First, before you remove the drive currently inside your PS4, you’ll want to back up its data so you can transfer it to the new drive once you have it installed. To do so, simply follow this guide from Sony. Alternatively, you can back up your PS4’s data to the cloud if you are a Playstation Plus subscriber.

Note: replacing the internal hard drive on your PS4 DOES NOT void your warranty.

What You’ll Need

Phillips head screwdriver

USB flash drive

2.5 inch (9.5mm or slimmer) internal SATA hard drive

Playstation 4 operating system

Swap the Hard Drives

To remove the existing hard drive inside your PS4, you want to unplug your PS4 from the power point. Next, remove the casing on the top-left of the console by simply sliding it to the left. If you have a PS4 Classic, you can pry open the hard drive door at the front of the machine. Alternatively, if you have a PS4 Pro, you’ll be removing the casing at the back of the machine. Once the casing is removed, you should see the hard drive and the bracket. Locate the screws that hold the hard drive bracket in place and remove them. This will allow you to remove the bracket from the console.

Next, you’ll want to take out the screws securing the hard drive to the bracket. With the old drive removed, pop the newer, larger hard drive into the bracket and secure it with the screws. Finally, reverse the removal process to install the new hard drive in your PS4.

Install the Playstation 4 Operating System

With the new hard drive installed, you’re ready to get it up and running. The first thing you’ll need to do is download the operating system software to your computer from the Playstation support page. Once you’ve downloaded the PS4 operating system, plug in a USB flash drive and format it to FAT32. If you used a USB to back up your PS4’s data, DO NOT use that USB. You must use a different USB for the operating system.

Note: formatting a drive will erase all data currently on the drive.

Once the USB is formatted to FAT32, create a folder on the root of the USB called “PS4.” Inside the “PS4” folder create another folder called “UPDATE.” Be aware that both the “PS4” and “UPDATE” folders need to be labeled in all caps. Finally, transfer the Playstation operating system to the “UPDATE” folder. Next, plug your PS4 back in and start it up in safe mode. You can do this by holding the Power button down for approximately 8 seconds. Select “Initialize PS4 (Reinstall System Software),” and sit back while it does its thing.

Restore Backed-Up Data

To restore your data from the cloud, head to Settings and select “Application Saved Data Management.” From here, choose “Saved Data in Online Storage.” Finally, select “Download to System Storage” and follow the prompts.

Connect an External Drive

If opening up your PS4 gives you anxiety, don’t fret. A firmware update last year finally enabled PS4 owners to use external hard drives to beef up their console’s storage space. To use an external hard drive with your PS4, you’ll need to make sure it is USB 3.0 and has a storage capacity between 250 GB to 8 TB. You can use either a portable hard drive or a desktop type that requires an external power supply.

How to Move Data from Internal to External

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How To Upgrade Your Laptop’s Graphics Card

Pssst—there’s a secret that few in the PC gaming community know: You actually can upgrade your big-fat gaming laptop’s graphics.

Enter Eurocom, a Canadian laptop vendor that in February began offering one-stop-shop upgrade kits for consumers who want to take the risk of performing the equivalent of open-heart surgery on a laptop. Even better, the kits cover competing vendors (as well as Eurocom itself, natch), such as Alienware. To find out how well these kits work and how the laptop upgrade process goes, PCWorld decided to upgrade a laptop and run the numbers.

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You probably can upgrade your old gaming laptop’s graphics card, but is it worth it?

Temper your expectations

Most of the upgrades available from Eurocom are aimed at the Big Berthas of laptop gaming that push the definition of portable. It’s almost as though the rules forbade any laptop weighing less than seven pounds from being upgraded.

That’s because these upgrade options are usually only for big laptops made by the manufacturer Clevo. Clevo’s not the only manufacturer, of course, but it’s the most common.

The good news is that even if your laptop is from a small boutique gaming company, painted red and has a custom keyboard on it, there’s actually a good chance it was made by Clevo, which presses dozens of different designs for dozens of different PC makers. 


The Eurocom P150EM is actually manufactured by Clevo 

Meet the Eurocom P150EM

The GeForce 675MX itself is a Kepler-based GPU with 960 CUDA cores. It’s not a bad little card. (Note that Nvidia sold two different GPUs with the model number GeForce 675MX. The older one was Fermi-based and far slower.) The 675MX by itself is still usable if you want to turn down settings, but I’d had enough of turning settings down. So I had Eurocom loan us its GeForce GTX 980M kit, grabbed my screwdrivers and cranked up Lil’s John’s Turn Down For What? Kidding.

The actual upgrade

First, browse Eurocom’s VGA showroom to see whether the company sells a GPU for your laptop.  Eurocom supports Clevo units in addition to Alienware units. Once you find a GPU for your laptop, read the fine print. You may need a certain-level BIOS on the laptop for it to work, and you may also need a certain-level power brick too. This may be enough to dissuade some from doing so. 

On the P150EM, remove four screws and slide off the bottom cover. There’s another door that covers the 2.5-inch drive too. If this were a full upgrade, I might ditch the hard drive for an SSD, or at least also slot in an mSATA SSD into the available slot to improve my drive access times. With just the main hatch open though, you have full access to the GPU and CPU.

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The “Eurocom” P150EM is actually built by Clevo, which means the GPU upgrade for it should fit many other laptops too.

What about the CPU?

Much to Intel’s agitation, a lot of gamers really don’t need to stay with the fastest CPU if “all” they do is play games. If you’re concerned about battery life or do a lot of video encoding/editing, then yes, you might need the latest and greatest CPU. The chip in the P150EM is quite decent: The quad-core Ivy Bridge has a base clock speed of 2.7GHz and will Turbo Boost to 3.7GHz. 

Haswell is certainly a better CPU, but honestly, Ivy Bridge still has plenty of life in it. Here’s the proof you don’t need to upgrade the CPU in this old war horse below. In pure mult-threaded performance, the Core i7-4720HQ is about the same speed as the older Ivy Bridge CPU in the EuroCom P150EM.


In pure performance, the quad-core Ivy Bridge chip is just as fast as a similarly priced Haswell quad-core chip.

The GPU matters more in gaming

I won’t say the same for the GeForce GTX 675MX. It’s a good part, but it’s not a GeForce GTX 980M. Even better, the GeForce GTX 980M upgrade kit features an 8GB frame buffer. You probably won’t need all that RAMm but when you start turning up features in GTA V and watch it consume more and more RAM, you’re glad you’re not “stuck” with 2GB of RAM.

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You’ll need a couple of small-head Philips screwdrivers to remove the heat pipe from the GPU.

Remove the heat pipes

To access the GPU, you have to remove three screws from the heat pipe on the GPU core, and another three on the heat pipe on the voltage regulators and the RAM. Heat pipes, for those who don’t know, are cooling mechanisms that wick heat away where it can be expelled by blowing cool air through it.

Once all seven screws are removed from the two heatpipes, you use the paper tabs on the heatpipes to pull them off gently . The heatpipes may actually be stuck to the GPU from the melted thermal paste, so don’t be alarmed if it doesn’t budge. At the same time, use common sense on how much force to use to remove it. Gently rocking it around a bit may also help break the seal of the thermal paste. 

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Here’s what the P150EM looks like with the upgraded GeForce GTX 980M  mounted.

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The Eurocom kit comes with screws, mounts and new heat pipes to match the latest GPU you bought.

The kit for our unit included the MXM module or Mobile PCI Express Module, two heat pipes, screws and offsets for the GPU. Most of the screws and offsets looked the same, but I ended up using the new ones to be safe. The heat pipes looked a little different, so I decided to use the new ones, assuming they were matched to the 980M GPU.

Installing the new 980M card is a bit like a bit piece of RAM: You slide the edge connector part way into the slot and then push it a bit to make sure it’s fully seated while tilting it down. 

Now insert the two hex nuts you previously removed and torque them down with a flathead screw driver just a tiny bit ,so they don’t back off. Install the heat pipes, making sure to avoid the typical rookie move of leaving the protective plastic cover on the thermal paste. 

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The graphics upgrade kit I received from Eurocom comes with a thermal pad applied to the heat pipe. Just make sure to avoid rookie mistake #14: Remember to pull off the protective plastic sheet off.

Use caution when installing the GPU heat pipe

With everything installed, put the bottom cover back on. Install the battery and plug it in and power up. If you did it all correctly, it should power up and boot into Windows. However, remember that in most laptops, there’s integrated graphics, and it will boot to the IGP before using the discrete graphics card. You’re not quite in the clear yet.

No more reference drivers

It turns out reference drivers don’t work with the new GPU. Nvidia’s drivers actually check hardware signatures before allowing installs. Drivers, from here on out, can only be obtained from Eurocom. The good news is if Eurocom goes kaput, there is a lively community which mods the drivers to work. Still, you don’t to go hunting for drivers. Because timeliness is extremely important to gamers, I asked Eurocom how long it takes to release drivers after Nvidia does. The company said pretty fast. How fast?The example I was given was that it took an employee three days to update Nvidia drivers for 64 separate cards. That’s pretty quick.

Performance-testing my upgrade

To see how it performs, I compared benchmarks I took before and after the GPU swap-out and threw in the Origin EON15-X laptop with GeForce GTX 980M to see if all was good. It was. There was a slight performance drop, but that could be from the faster CPU in the Origin as well as a slightly better cooling solution, as it’s a newer laptop. The improvement in this synthetic is huge over the original GeForce GTX 675MX though.


For comparison, here’s Origin’s EON15-X with GeForce GTX 980M to see if we give up much performance on the upgraded P150EM. The answer is nope.

In an actual game I saw healthy bumps, too. With the original GeForce GTX 675MX, Tomb Raider set to Ultimate quality is out of the question at 1920×1080 resolution. With the GeForce GTX 980M in place, I saw 74 fps set to Ultimate. That’s above the magic number of 60 fps for all shooters. Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor set on Ultra sits down at 32 fps on the original GPU. With the new one I was playing at 65 fps. I also ran Grand Theft Auto: V before and after and saw it go from unplayable (with almost everything turned to maximum) to playable. GTA V does tend to hammer GPUs depending on the settings. I intended to run more GTA V tests, but a DRM issue with the game put a stop to that. Why Rockstar? Why?!?


980.The Eurocom P150EM with GeForce GTX 980M upgrade kit installed smokes the original GeForce GTX 675MX in Tomb Raider set to Ultimate.

Doing the math

The results weren’t surprising. It’s an awesome performance jump going from a GeForce GTX 675MX to a GeForce GTX 980M and no one can argue with that. What they’ll argue with is whether it makes sense. The upgrade kit from Eurocom costs $980. Holy kryptonite! Mobile GPUs have never been as cheap as their desktop counterparts (a retail desktop GPU is $600), but that’s still a good chunk of change.

There’s also the argument that you could just sell the laptop to fund a new one, but I priced that out: You’d be lucky to sell this particular vintage laptop for $700. That still means $1,300 to get its replacement.

Another option: Sell the used GPU, too. While used desktops GPUs from 2012 don’t hold value, mobile ones obviously do. I’ve seen the GeForce GTX 675MX sell online for $300–not bad.

One final thing to consider: Eurocom does warranty the GPU for six months of use. The company won’t help you if your ham-fisted ways bust your laptop doing the upgrade, but if it the GPU melts itself in three months, Eurocom says it’s covered.

How To Upgrade Your Smart Home To Apple’s New Architecture

Upgrade to the new smart architecture in Apple’s Home app to make your HomeKit appliances perform faster and more reliably than before.

Apple had to pull the new Home app architecture in iOS 16.2 over bugs and issues, re-launching it in iOS 16.4, iPadOS 16.4 and macOS Ventura 13.3 as part of the ongoing transition to the new Matter smart home connectivity standard.

The new underlying architecture should enhance the performance of your smart home and improve the reliability of any smart appliances. Follow the steps below to upgrade your smart home to the new architecture in iOS 16.4’s Home app.

How to upgrade your smart home to Apple’s new architecture

If opening the Home app after upgrading to iOS 16.2 doesn’t automatically greet you with a splash screen offering to upgrade your smart home, you can perform the upgrade manually using Software Update in the Home app.

Here are the steps to follow:

Open the Home app on your iPhone, iPad or Mac.

Hit the three-dotted (More) button, then choose Home Settings from the menu. If you own multiple homes, choose one first before selecting Home Settings.

Select Software Update.

Hit Learn More under Home Upgrade Available.

Touch Continue to proceed or Upgrade Later if you don’t want to do this now.

This feature will upgrade all homes in the Home app simultaneously. After a few moments, you’ll see a message confirming a successful upgrade.

“This includes people you invite to control your home,” Apple notes.

I’ve lost control of my smart home via my ancient Apple Watch Series 2, which isn’t compatible with watchOS 9. When performing an upgrade in the Home app, I got a warning message but ignored it and continued the process. I don’t mind not being able to use the Home app on my Apple Watch because I usually control my accessories through Siri on my HomePod or the Home app on my iPhone.

Your smart home is now more reliable

There’s nothing else left to do. The Home app’s interface hasn’t changed after performing this upgrade, and all your smart appliances are still present in the app but should now respond faster and work more reliably than before.

You need a home hub

The new architecture requires a home hub to share control of your smart home, receive notifications in the Home app, add Matter accessories and more.

Apple’s support document:

You must set up a home hub to add Matter accessories to the Home app. Thread-enabled Matter accessories require a Thread-enabled home hub, such as HomePod mini or Apple TV 4K (3rd generation) Wi-Fi + Ethernet or a supported third-party border router.

When you set up an Apple TV, HomePod or HomePod mini, it automatically becomes your home hub. To manually turn your Apple TV 4K into a home hub, go to Settings → AirPlay and HomeKit and scroll down, then select Room and choose an existing room where this Apple TV will be used or add a new one.

One thing to note is that the iPad, which can still be set up as a home hub, is unsupported when used with the new Home app architecture.

A quick tip for resolving many HomeKit issues

And lastly, if you continue to experience issues with your smart home appliances after upgrading to the new architecture, try removing all HomeKit bridges from the Home app, then re-added them. This will cause HomeKit to load factory settings, which may help resolve your issues.

Helpful Home app tutorials

How To Connect A Ps4 Controller To A Mac

If you game on your Mac, you’re probably itching for a decent controller. You could open up your wallet and shell out your hard-earned dollars for a dedicated Mac game pad, but you may have an excellent controller for your Mac already in your possession.

If you have a Sony Playstation 4, you can use the DualShock 4 controller with your Mac. This is especially useful since Steam now offers full DualShock 4 support across Mac and PC. This means you won’t have to mess with any additional settings when playing a controller-supported Steam game. Sound good? Let’s see how it all works!

Connect Your Dualshock 4 Controller to Your Mac Wirelessly

Once upon a time, Sony manufactured and sold an official PC adapter for the DualShock 4 controller. You can still get your hands on one today; however, it is discontinued and (at the time of this writing) runs more than the controller itself. Fortunately, there is a way to connect your DualShock 4 controller to your Mac using nothing more than its built-in Bluetooth. This is a great option because it doesn’t require any additional hardware and you won’t have to contend with a tangle of cables.

At this point grab your DualShock 4 controller and put it in to Discovery Mode so that your Mac can see it. To do this, press and hold the PS button and the Share button simultaneously. The light at the front of the controller should flash on and off if you are successful.

Connect Your DualShock 4 Controller to Your Mac Using a Micro-USB Cable

If you don’t want to stuff around with Bluetooth, or if your Mac’s Bluetooth isn’t working, you can connect your DualShock 4 to your Mac using a Micro-USB cable. Using a Micro-USB cable may not be ideal; however, it is a surefire, hassle-free way to use your DualShock 4 controller with your Mac.

To get started, plug in your DualShock 4 controller to your Mac via a micro-USB cable. Then, press the PS button on your DualShock 4 controller to turn it on. You should see the light on the front of the controller turn on, indicating that it is ready to be used. That’s it, your DualShock 4 is ready to go!

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How To Backup Ps4 Save Data & Game Saves

How to Backup PS4 Save Data & Game Saves [Easy Guide]




Sony offers built-in game save backup options in PlayStation 4.

In this article, we explore all the ways to backup PS4 save data & game saves with an easy guide.

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You can have multiple reasons to backup PS4 save data and games saves. However, the most common reason is being responsible with your data so that you have a backup ready when something goes south.

Sony offers multiple ways to backup your PlayStation 4 saves. You can either use the cloud option that requires you to have a PS+ subscription or go with the more traditional backup to the external drive method.

In this article, we explore all the ways that you can explore to backup PS4 save data and games save easily.

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How can I backup saved data on PS4? 1. Backup PS4 save data to the cloud

You can restore the game data by signing into your PlayStation Plus account on any PS4 console.


Before you proceed with the steps below, make sure you have a PlayStation Plus membership. If not, follow the second step instead.

Setup automatic game data backup

Open the Settings

Select Application Saved Data Management

Scroll down and open Auto–Upload.

You can also select which game saves to upload from the Auto-Upload options.

If you set up the backup option for the first time, it may take a few hours for all your game data to upload.

Enabling the auto-upload option will allow the PS4 to automatically upload saved data while the PS4 is turned on or in rest mode.

Make sure you have enabled Stay connected to the Internet when in rest mode option for this feature to work. If not, here is how to enable it.

Open Settings.

Select Power Settings.

Open Set Features Available in Rest Mode.

Make sure the Stay Connected to the Internet feature is enabled.

Upload saved data from the game’s menu

From your PlayStation home screen, highlight any game.

Press the Options button on your controller to bring up the context menu.

Select Upload/Download Saved Data.

Proceed with the on-screen instructions, if any, to successfully backup the saved data for the highlighted game. You need to repeat these steps for other games as well.

2. Manually backup game saves to USB

That’s it. You can upload the game files from your USB drive to your cloud storage device if you want to have a backup copy.

While storing your PS4 save data in the cloud on PS Plus offers a convenient and hassle-free experience, the data is only accessible as long as you have the PS Plus membership.

However, having a game data backup stored in your external or USB drive allows you to restore them whenever you want, even if you don’t have internet access.

You can easily backup PS4 save data & game saves using the built-in backup option in your PlayStation 4 console.

While being able to upload the data to the Playstation cloud is notably easy, having a local copy works even if you don’t have an active PS Plus subscription which is required to restore the data.

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10 Reasons To Upgrade To The Samsung Galaxy S21

Whether you’re an IT leader looking for the right mobile device for your workforce, or a business professional upgrading your personal phone, it’s important to select a device that can support your productivity, foster collaboration and keep your data secure — wherever you’re working.

Introduced at the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event in January this year, the Galaxy S21, S21+, S21 Ultra 5G, and S21 FE 5G are built for the modern workday, with powerful performance, HyperFast 5G connectivity, next-level data protection and smart productivity features that guarantee your mobile experience is always seamless and secure.

Here are 10 reasons why you should switch to the Galaxy S21 range today:

1. Office at your fingertips

When you unbox your Galaxy S21, you can start working right away, thanks to integration with leading Microsoft business apps like Office, Outlook and OneDrive. As you edit files and communicate with your team, you can have your work automatically saved in the cloud. When you need to share an idea, Samsung Notes seamlessly syncs with OneNote, Outlook and Teams. Of course, the S21 also works beautifully with Google Workspace (formerly known as G Suite), so you can get the job done however works best for you.

2. Phone and PC beautifully in sync

Ever wish you could transfer content from your smartphone to your computer without having to use email or a flash drive? Now you can, with Link to Windows, which lets you access everything on your smartphone right from your PC. On the S21, Link to Windows is natively integrated at the system level. Just pull down the quick panel and toggle Link to Windows to connect to your PC and access all your mobile notifications, messages, photos, apps and phone calls. Drag and drop photos to your desktop, listen to music on Spotify or check important notifications as you get them — all without ever picking up your phone.

3. Productivity gets the big-screen treatment

With the power of Samsung DeX and Galaxy S21, your productivity expands beyond your smartphone. You can wirelessly connect your S21 to a bigger screen, using a Samsung Smart Monitor or any Miracast-enabled display. Add a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse to transform your smartphone into a full-fledged desktop experience. If you have a PC or Mac, you can also use DeX wirelessly to run your favorite Android apps alongside your native desktop.

4. Innovation comes fast

Because millions more people are now working from home, S21 devices include HyperFast 5G for increased bandwidth and lower latency. If you need to jump on a conference call in Microsoft Teams or Google Meet, the experience is seamless. You can even use your S21 to create a 5G hot spot and share connectivity with your other devices.

5. All-day battery — and then some

When you’re facing approaching deadlines or emailing a colleague on the go, battery anxiety can get in the way. The S21’s all-day intelligent battery manages and conserves power so you can get through the longest days without having to stop to recharge. When you do need to power up, Samsung’s Super-Fast Charging technology gets you hours of charge in just a few minutes, so you never miss a beat. (Note that the Super-Fast charging accessory is sold separately.)

6. Director’s View

Galaxy S21 devices also feature a pro-grade camera system. Zoom in close, take professional-quality photos and videos and capture incredible moments utilizing the multiple lenses. You can even film in 8K at up to 24 frames per second.

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Available on the S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra 5G is Samsung’s unique Director’s View feature allows you to capture video from your device’s front-facing and rear-facing cameras simultaneously. Capture footage of a work site while keeping your face visible in side-by-side or picture-in-picture mode.

While on the S21 FE 5G, a similar feature called Dual Recording allows users to capture content in the same way, but only using the rear-facing Ultra Wide camera, instead of all three lenses.

7. Ultra-wideband file sharing

The S21+ and S21 Ultra 5G offer a quick and easy way to share files between devices with the Point to Share feature. When you’re with a group of co-workers and want to share documents, there’s no need to use a flash drive or adhere to your email’s file size limit. Instead, utilize your S21+ or S21 Ultra 5G’s built-in file sharing capabilities using ultra-wideband (UWB) technology. Simply select your team members and clients from the share menu and send them files with one tap. The Point to Share feature works with any Samsung devices that support UWB.

8. Note-taking gets a major upgrade 9. Defense-grade Knox security 10. Your private data stays private

The Galaxy S21, S21+, S21 Ultra 5G, and S21 FE 5G all offer a new way to work and collaborate — with natively integrated productivity apps, wireless Samsung DeX technology, Knox Vault and powerful hardware — ideal for the modern workday.

While you may be back in the office, or soon to return, working from home part time will remain the norm. Discover Samsung’s other innovative technology solutions for remote work. And if you’re in need of a new business smartphone but not sure what to choose, you can find the right device for your needs with this free, quick assessment.

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