Find out if your laptop's battery is losing its maximum charge and decide if you should replace it (if you can).
Use your smartphone to trigger the Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 to take photos using a simple Python library and accompanying Android app.
If you need your boss to think you are online or your PC not to sleep, a $4 Pico can make a great, DIY mouse jiggler.
Use the power of ChatGPT’s AI on the humble Raspberry Pi, all thanks to a clever Python library and a few lines of code.
It's easy to check your monitor's refresh in Windows and using software. We'll show you how to do it.
How can you check your CPU's temperature and what's a good or normal range? We break it down for you.
Your motherboard will determine your possible upgrade paths. Here's how to check which motherboard is in your PC.
The Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 brings autofocus and HDR images to the oldest Raspberry Pi accessory and we show you how to take the best pictures with the latest camera.
Learn about G-Code and how we can write our own custom routines to get the best results from our 3D printer
Zip archives are a great way to save a little space, tidy up and keep on top of the files that litter are drives. In this how to we show you how to create, manage and extract files in zip archives.
The Raspberry Pi Pico is a low cost and fun way to learn Python and electronics. In this project we use both to monitor the temperature.