One reason Minecraft is adored by many is the unparalleled degree of freedom it gives players. Not only can you come up with your own rules; you can also customize the aesthetics of the game to your liking, thanks to Minecraft skins.
The bluestacks shared folder is valuable if you’re looking to copy large game files to your bluestacks app player. But while the folder was easily accessible in earlier versions of Bluestacks, it appears to have vanished in Bluestacks 4. Here’s how to access it.
Perhaps you’ve just dropped some files in the Bluestacks shared folder on windows, but you haven’t figured out how to access them in Bluestacks 4. You’re on the right page. This tutorial will guide you through the process of retrieving your shared folder in Bluestacks version 4.
Microsoft and NVidia have announced an upcoming update for Minecraft that includes RTX-driven ray-tracing support. This introduces real-time, cinematics-quality rendering to the game for those using desktops and laptops equipped with NVidia RTX graphics cards.
The Germany-based Gamescom trade fair unites thousands of gaming enthusiasts from over 50 countries in the largest gaming event and news expo of its kind in the world. This year, over 1000 exhibitors are expected to showcase a host of gaming technologies to hundreds of thousands of visitors.
One challenge with android emulators like bluestacks is that copying files between your PC and virtual android environment is not always straightforward. Here is a short guide on how to import or export files from Bluestacks 4 to your laptop. (more…)
Bluestacks 4 is the latest flagship version of the popular BlueStacks App Player. Launched in September 2018, the latest release comes with a host of features that make it one of the best candidates to choose among a multitude of free android emulators that exist today. (more…)
During its launch, the Raspberry Pi Model B was touted by many as the new yardstick for single-board computing. Some of its exclusive offerings include upgraded RAM (up to 4GB), a beefier CPU (1.5GHz quad-core 64-bit ARM Cortex-A72), and USB Type-C, which, disappointingly, has a small power issue. (more…)
If you are a science hobbyist, you may have come across the popular credit card-sized computer by the name Raspberry Pi. The tiny single-board PC is revered for packing a capable computing system in an extremely portable form factor, which is just what you need to build robots and compact gadgets. (more…)