Forums Review


softpedia.com


"Softpedia" is a forum in which you can ask professionals all sorts of questions about computers, operating systems (Windows, MAC, Linux etc.) and computer science in the shortest amount of time possible in order to avoid wrong information on other websites.

The site's interface is very accesible. The only thing you need is an account or you can use your Facebook or Gmail account. The forum is available in several languages including English, Romanian, Italian, Spanish and more.

We recommend this forum for the large area of topics you can ask questions about, the answers come really fast and the interface is easy to use.


stackoverflow.com


The website serves as a platform for users to ask and answer questions, and, through membership and active participation, to vote questions and answers up or down and edit questions and answers.
To ask questions or to answer them you have to sign up.

After you have signed up, you can earn reputation points and "badges"; for example, a person is awarded 10 reputation points for receiving an "up" vote on an answer given to a question and 5 points for the "up" vote of a question, and can receive badges for their valued contributions, which represents a kind of gamification of the traditional Q&A site. Users unlock new privileges with an increase in reputation like the ability to vote, comment, and even edit other people's posts. All user-generated content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribute-ShareAlike license.

You can also find a job as a Mobile Game Developer at a big company like EA for example or be a Senior Presales Engineer!


linustechtips.com


Linus Tech Tips is one of the biggest forums with more than 485,100 members, where you can always ask a question about technology ,programming, photography an gaming, also you will get an answer as fast as you blink. The answers are always usefull and on point, the community is friendly and intelligent.


How did it appeard?

Starting out with unboxings at NCIX, a Canadian electronic retailer, Linus went on his own and expanded to event coverage, commercial production, and tech projects.

Founded in January 2013, Linus Media Group operated primarily out of a garage with Linus Sebastian, Luke Lafreniere, Edzel Yago, and Brandon Lee - in true "startup" fashion fighting for their survival. Shortly afterward, the team was expanded, the garage "office" was relocated to a repurposed residential house "office" and business continued as usual.

Their reviews and unboxing videos provide entertainment as well as an in-depth consumer perspective of a product that company spec sheets just do not provide.

From Las Vegas, Taipei, Vancouver or Seattle, they have covered events with their two team crews, placing focus on new releases and announcements. Their goal is to bring the event home to the audience who could not make it themselves.

Some of their videos with the greatest attraction are the sponsored build guides where they are building a PC on a set budget and bring the viewer along for the process with the intention of giving the audience build ideas or teaching them how to put them together.

On the site, you can find more forums of speciality and all the questions and answers are usefull for anybody. The main categories are: The Hub, Computer Hardware, The Workbench, Software, Video Games, Consumer Electronics and Community.

Each of them has more topics, in total there are nearly 37 distinct forums all about technology, games and programing.

In the hub the discussions are about tech news, reviews and other random tech questions. Here you can find what is new in this world, information about new products and other things.

In the Computer Hardware section there are eleven topics: Graphics Cards (General Discussion, Overclocking and Troubleshooting), GPUs (Overclocking, and Troubleshooting), Motherboards, Memory, Cases, Power Supplies, Liquid and exotic Cooling, Air Cooling, Peripherals (Keyboards, Mice, Mousepads, Etc.), Audio (Sound Cards, Headphones, Speakers, Etc.), Storage Devices (Solid State Drives, Mechanical Drives, USB Drives, Etc.), Displays (Monitors, TV's, Projectors, Etc.), Networking, Servers and NAS (Servers, NAS Units, RAID, Virtualization, Etc.).

In “The Workbench”, you can find: “Build Logs”, “New Builds and Planning”, “Troubleshooting”, “Case Modding and Other Mods” and “Hobby Electronics”.

Software forums are between of the most important topics because they are extremely interesting and useful. You can learn about the operating systems, programs, apps, websites and programming.

In addition, you can read about: video games, PC gaming, mobile gaming, console gaming, esports and you can find a new group of people to play with.

If you want to buy something, you can consider reading about the products and how good they are, in the forums: “Laptops and Pre-Built Systems”, ”Phones and Tablets”, “Home Theater Equipment” and ”Photography and Videography”.

The last one is the Community forum where you can read and watch reviews, guides and tutorials. Also here you can find “hot deals” of electronics where you can buy the best things at the best price.


In conclusion, if you want to learn and to find new facts about technology, if you want to take a decision in choosing a mobile device, a PC, a laptop, a software or computer hardware you could read and watch the reviews and the unboxings to see the experts view and opinion.