Successfully sending Gmail or other webmail emails from Outlook.com, but getting accused of phishing? Here’s the fix.
Author Archive | Jack Busch
Bad WiFi connection? Slow Internet speeds? Packet loss? Dropped connections? Try changing the channel on your WiFi router.
There’s a quirk with Microsoft Excel 2010 (and possibly other versions) where custom number formats don’t get applied to existing data. This quick fix can save you from the tedium of re-entering thousands of rows of data.
Centralizing your photos and videos on a network drive makes them accessible to all machines on your network. Robocopy, a Windows Command Line Utility, will keep files in sync with your main library.
The Microsoft Loopback Adapter test can be handy for testing network configurations. Here’s how to install it in Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012.
Port forwarding is a way to allow Internet traffic to flow to a computer or application more efficiently. If you’ve experienced lag with online video games, Skype, or Netflix, port forwarding may help.
OpenDNS gives you a faster, safer, and more reliable Internet. This guide shows you how to customize the look and feel of the pages that are shown when OpenDNS blocks a page.
Viewing spreadsheets side-by-side in Excel has always been a bit awkward. But Excel 2013 puts each spreadsheet in its own window, making this task much easier.
OpenDNS is a free, easy-to-implement service that lets you block websites individually or by category (social networking, pornography, phishing). Protect your kids’ innocence and your employees’ productivity in about 20 minutes!
Looking for a faster, safer, more reliable Internet experience? OpenDNS gives it to you for free without additional software or hardware.
Easier than a spreadsheet, more powerful than a journal—this groovy tip lets you track and analyze your personal goals using the built-in muscle of Google Live Forms.
Raspbmc transforms your $35 Raspberry Pi into a very suitable HTPC. With the Bluecop Hulu add-on, you can even watch full episodes from Hulu for free.
SugarSync, a big time contender to Dropbox and other cloud storage providers, now offers an unlimited business plan for $550 year for up to three users.
The Kindle Paperwhite builds upon Amazon’s winning e-reader design with a very groovy built-in light, an epic battery life and a sleek form factor. Here’s the details.