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I made my laptop faster with an SSD upgrade!

Introduction My laptop was really slow and used to take 2 -3 minutes just to boot. It had a WD 1TB 5400rpm drive and after upgrading to an SSD it made a great difference. My laptop’s boot time decreased drastically from 173 seconds to just 16 seconds. Required Hardware A Crosshead screwdriver (preferably magnetic) An SSD…
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A Raspberry Pi Google Home.

Introduction I asked my dad for a Google home, The answer I got was NO. So I made my own using Google APIs and RaspberryPi. Let me show you how I did it. Required Hardware Raspberry Pi USB Microphone External Speaker (HDMI/Audio Jack/USB) A MicroSD card with Raspbian installed on it Setting up audio devices…
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Making my PC a Hackintosh.

Introduction My experiment was to make my PC a Hackintosh. Any machine, running macOS on non-Apple hardware is a Hackintosh. Every machine is not compatible so make sure to check your hardware compatibility from OSx86 before installing. My Hardware:  Asus H110m-CS i3 7100 Intel HD Graphics 630 4GB DDR4 Memory Lets Start! Procedure Start by Downloading MacOS…
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Security Camera with RaspberryPi

Introduction In this project, we are going to make a simple RaspberryPi security camera using a basic webcam that you can get from any computer hardware store. This is a really budget-friendly way that you can monitor while you are connected to your network. Required Hardware Raspberry Pi (any version) USB webcam A microSD/SD card…
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Blinking LED with Arduino

Introduction In this tutorial, you will learn how to connect a LED to your Arduino UNO and make it blink. Required Hardware ARDUINO UNO R3 Breadboard LED (any color) male to male jumper wires 330Ω Resistor Wiring   Code On your PC, open this code in the Arduino IDE. Voila! The blinking LED project is…
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4×4 Keypad with Arduino

Introduction Today we are going to connect the 4×4 keypad to an Arduino UNO. You can connect this to any Arduino board with 8 free digital pins. This keypad has a total of 16keys, including ABCD, Pound, and an asterisk. Required Hardware For this module you will need: Arduino Uno 4×4 Keypad male to male jumper wires…
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RFID with Arduino

Introduction (How it Works) Mifare RC522 is the highly integrated RFID card reader which works on non-contact 13.56mhz communication, is a low power consumption, low cost, and compact size read and write chip, is the best choice in the development of smart meters and portable hand-held devices. Required Hardware For this module you will need:…
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Build your own PC in 45 minutes

 Introduction If you wanted to learn how to build a PC, you have come to the right place. First let me tell you, building a PC is SUPER SIMPLE and I call it Big Boy’s Legos. There are just a few things to keep in mind, and you are ready to go. Required Hardware First thing is…
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Sound Detection Module with Raspberry Pi

Introduction In this tutorial, you will learn how to connect a sound sensor to your Raspberry Pi’s GPIO pin and make it detect sound using Python. Required Hardware Raspberry Pi (any model) Sound Sensor Female to Female jumper wires microSD card with Raspbian GNU/Linux distribution Wiring Connect the sound sensor to your Raspberry Pi as…
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Blinking LED with Raspberry Pi

Introduction In this tutorial you will learn how to connect a LED to your Raspberry Pi’s GPIO pin and make it blink using Python. Required Hardware Raspberry Pi (any model) Breadboard LED (any colour) Female to male jumper wires 470Ω Resistor microSD card with Raspbian GNU/Linux distribution Wiring Code On your Raspberry Pi, open a…
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