The games from the Heroes of Might and Magic (HOMM) series are among the most beloved titles by turn-based strategy fans. Heroes 3, especially, is one of the few games that has flawlessly passed the test of time and is still played by many gamers today, many years after its initial release in 1999. In this article, however, I'm going to make a comparison of the more recent versions Heroes 5 and Heroes 6 (which are great games, too) and reveal the pros and cons of each, so that you can decide which is the better game for you.
Saturday, April 19, 2014
Monday, January 27, 2014
Intel's integrated graphics become better with each generation but they still compete only with the entry level dedicated video cards. That's why many users at some point begin to look for more performance. If the tips to improve Intel HD Graphics performance do not provide enough graphics boost for you, you should consider upgrading your Intel HD Graphics. Desktop users can do this easily - they simply need to get a mid-range dedicated video card, install it in a PCI Express x16 slot and voila, they will be able to enjoy games at their fullest. Unfortunately, if you are on a laptop or an All-in-One PC, then this most probably is not an option. Not everything is lost, however, continue reading this article and at the end you will know what are the options for upgrading your laptop's Intel HD Graphics, so that you can decide what's the best option for you.
Saturday, December 14, 2013
Imagine you have an idea for a great application that will make millions of users happy. But what users - Windows users, Mac users, Linux users, iOS users, Android users, Chrome OS users? You should pick one or should you? We all know about the Mono project and Xamarin that let you write C# code that runs on different platforms, but this is not enough, because all these platforms have different APIs the C# code is bound to, so you will have to write different C# code for each platform. Fortunately, a new solution has been presented recently that provides really cross-platform C# development, which means that you write your C# code once and it runs on all platforms with no modifications needed! Meet the Nevron Open Vision.
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Intel HD Graphics is an integrated video solution and as such it is not very fast as it has no memory of its own, but takes some from system RAM. Nevertheless, Intel HD Graphics has come a long way and recently it made the budget video cards practically obsolete letting its owners play even the newest games at low settings. Unfortunately, some games are coded to require a specific amount of dedicated video memory and if not present in the system they refuse to start, although they may be perfectly playable on Intel HD Graphics. In this article I'm going to discuss this exact problem and I will show you how to increase the "dedicated" video memory of Intel HD Graphics or whenever not possible what to do in order to make this games run on your computer.
Friday, August 23, 2013
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is the long waited sequel of The Elder Scrolls IV Oblivion. Just like its predecessor, the game features impressive graphics, so you may wonder whether it's going to run on Intel HD Graphics. Well, wonder no more, as I can confirm that the game runs fine as long as you play on a reasonable resolution and settings. Read on to find out which settings will let you enjoy a smooth Skyrim gameplay on Intel HD Graphics.
Saturday, August 17, 2013
Gym, sports and health club owners have a ton of manage every day - members, visits, subscriptions, sale of products and services, etc. I've seen some gym write down all this information with a pen in a notebook and believe me, this is a heavy burden. Fortunately, we are at the 21-st century and computers come to the rescue. In this article I'm going to review one of the most easy to use gym member management and billing software products, so if you are looking for such software for your gym or sprorts club, read on.
Monday, May 20, 2013
Intel HD Graphics is one of the most commonly used graphics processing units (GPU) today. Millions of desktops, laptops and ultrabooks rely on it for graphics processing tasks, so if you are not a hardcore gamer, chances are that you own a device equipped with it. Intel HD Graphics is integrated into the processor, which provides much greater performance than previous generations of integrated GPUs. What's common with the previous generations of integrated graphics is that Intel HD Graphics does not have a memory of its own but rather dynamically takes memory from system's RAM to use for graphics needs. This behavior usually raises some questions in Intel HD Graphics owners and that's exactly what this article deals with - it gives the answers to the most frequently asked questions about Intel HD Graphics.