Terry WalshContributor, PCWorld

Terry Walsh is a British-born writer living in Canada, whose first computer was a 48k ZX Spectrum. He’s written extensive guides to Windows, Windows Server, and Mac OS Server and also covers networking, NAS, smart home, and digital media. You can follow his daily adventures in technology at Instagram and Twitter.

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How to stream PC games anywhere

Streaming PC games lets you play them anywhere. Here's how to set up your home and devices for streaming, and how to use the Steam In-Home Streaming and Nvidia GameStream services.

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How to manage your digital music library

It doesn’t matter how big your music collection is if you can’t find the tunes you want. This in-depth guide will help.

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How to buy and install a closed-loop liquid cooler—it's not as scary as you think

Sealed all-in-one liquid-cooling systems are safe, effective, and easy to install. Here's how to buy and install a closed-loop liquid cooler.

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Pimp your PC with an RGB lighting kit

How to set up a PC lighting controller, deck out your case with LED light strips and an RGB fan, and use lighting controller software to mange the show.

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How to master your music metadata (Part 2)

In the second part of this how-to, we'll show you how to take advantage of some of the advanced features in MusicBrainz Picard.

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How to master your music metadata (Part 1)

Tired of seeing “unknown track” by “unnamed artist” on your favorite music player? We’ll show you how to automatically identify, tag, and properly rename all your mystery tracks and albums to whip your music library into shape.

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How to overclock your PC's CPU

We'll show you how to tweak your PC's settings in order to wring extra performance from your CPU, and avoid a costly upgrade.