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Avoiding Computer Issues

I have never been someone who is great with computers, but a few months ago I came across a problem I could fix. I was so proud of myself that I realized there were probably other ways to prevent issues, so I started working on learning more about preventing computer problems. I attended a continuing education class designed to teach people how to avoid problems, and it really helped me to keep my workspace clean, tidy, and functional. I decided to create a blog for other people like me, who haven't had great luck with computers in the past. Check it out!

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Pro Gamers Need A Pro Network

The world of video games has blossomed into a powerful industry, and the money isn't just for the video game developers or their publishers. Many fans have been making both amazing earnings in the millions and more stable, middle class incomes from the way they present their gameplay or they way they complete. If you're interested in getting into true, monetized pro gaming, make sure that your network and presentation systems are ready to take you forward.

Video Streaming And Speedy Delivery

Whether the game is online or offline, game presentation needs decent internet to stay on top of the industry. As you record your games and look for the right creative community to show off your presentation, make sure that your connection can handle the upload and more.

Most internet advertisements are geared towards download speeds. That's because the average internet user mostly downloads, either by the background downloads on websites and video streams, or through direct file downloading.

As a content creator for the gaming world, you need to send information out as much as you bring things in. Upload speeds determine how fast you can send your videos to your video streaming site of choice. It doesn't matter where it goes; whether you're using YouTube, Twitch.TV, Hitbox.TV or Beam.pro, all of their network nuances still depend on you having a decent upload speed.

When it comes to selecting an upload speed, many internet service providers (ISPs) keep the information out of the spotlight. That's because the speeds aren't that great for many residential connections, and although more synchronous (upload and download speeds at the same rate) ISPs are offering their services, there are still many asynchronous (upload and download are different, usually with slower upload) services that get in the way of your search.

A computer network installation professional can take the hard part of the search and deliver better results by knowing exactly what you need. Data is data, and all you need to do is show what files you want to upload. The network professional can take it from there.

Online Gaming Needs Consistency

Many ISPs boast "speed" as the most important statistic, but that alone isn't good enough for online gamers. Online games need a connection with few interruptions, and most internet service providers have some sort of delay. Most internet users simply don't use sensitive services that show a noticeable delay.

The problem with online games can be seen with latency meters, which show the amount of delay in a connection. This delay is known in both networking and the gaming community as lag, and it can mean the difference between getting out of a dragon's fire in time or getting a critical shot in a First Person Shooter (FPS).

The game that you play on your computer or gaming console is merely a graphical representation of what the data is doing in the background. The entire game world is actually a series of data streams going from you and other players from your computers to the game server and back.

When you attempt to do something, the information is sent to the server to be confirmed. Even if you pressed the move button in time to dodge, the action will be registered late if there are delays in the connection.

A computer network technician, like one from Tech Fixing Center LLC, can examine the latency status, which isn't advertised by ISP internet plans. They can find out how well the internet and your network performs and make changes as necessary. Contact a computer network installation professional for upgrades and tweaks for a greater gaming experience.