Tag: higher

How to get higher FPS in Genshin Impact

  When gaming, the first thing you want to optimize is the FPS, or “frames per second.” A better and more consistent framerate means a smoother and more enjoyable gaming experience. To increase FPS, you must optimize in-game settings and keep an eye on external influences …

How to Perfect Your SEO for Higher Conversions

The two most effective and popular digital marketing techniques of today’s time are Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO). When you run a business, it’s no use of focusing on either just SEO or CRO. Instead, you should include both SEO and CRO …

Canon EOS R6 review: Lower resolution, higher quality?

It was back in February 2020 when Canon was teasing a new camera: the EOS R5. When that 8K-video-shooter eventually surfaced, it appeared alongside a lower-spec (and more affordable) derivative: the EOS R6. For many it’s this R6 that will actually make a lot more sense. …

Install RetroArch easily via Snap in Ubuntu 16.04 & Higher

RetroArch now has official snap packages to make it easy to install it in 64-bit and/or armhf versions of Ubuntu 16.04 and higher. RetroArch is a front-end for emulators, game engines and media players that designed to be fast, lightweight, portable and without dependencies. It enables …

MuseScore 2.1 Available as Snap for Ubuntu 16.04 & Higher

MuseScore, free music composition and notation software, reached the 2.1 release months ago. However, it can’t be built in Ubuntu 16.04 due to old system Qt libraries. Besides using non-install Appimage, MuseScore 2.1 is finally available as Snap package for Ubuntu 16.04 and higher after a …

MuseScore 2.1 Available as Snap for Ubuntu 16.04 & Higher

MuseScore, free music composition and notation software, reached the 2.1 release months ago. However, it can’t be built in Ubuntu 16.04 due to old system Qt libraries. Besides using non-install Appimage, MuseScore 2.1 is finally available as Snap package for Ubuntu 16.04 and higher after a …

Install RetroArch easily via Snap in Ubuntu 16.04 & Higher

RetroArch now has official snap packages to make it easy to install it in 64-bit and/or armhf versions of Ubuntu 16.04 and higher. RetroArch is a front-end for emulators, game engines and media players that designed to be fast, lightweight, portable and without dependencies. It enables …