Occasionally, you may want to forget a known network for security or troubleshooting purposes. Here’s how to do it in Windows 10 and macOS.
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Wake-on-LAN is an advanced feature that can come in handy in many home and business networking scenarios. Here’s a look at using it with Windows 10.
Choosing an alternate public DNS server can speed up your web browsing, but your mileage may vary. namebench tells you which one is fastest for you.
Are you tired of your Windows PC turning on at random during the day and night? One reason could be network connection activity. But you can disable it.
After a long day at work, coming home to a hot bath is a real treat. What’s even better is when it’s ready to go as soon as you walk in the door.
If you’re careful about which programs you download, you probably don’t need to worry about them accessing the internet. But even when a program has a good reputation, you don’t have to leave your security to good faith.
Microsoft quietly removed the ability to make your Windows 8 laptop a WiFi hotspot for mobile devices. You can still do it though, here’s how using Virtual Router Plus.
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Cisco networking online course for only $99 — this is a great value if you’re looking to upgrade your skills or just launching your new career.
If you have a Windows laptop that connects to multiple WiFi networks, remembering passwords can be tough. Here’s a couple easy solutions to recover them.
Toss this mini device in your pocket or bag and always be ready to broadcast a fast 802.11n Wi-Fi connection. The entire router is 20 percent smaller than Apple’s AirPort Express, and this unit has an MSRP of $29.99..
One of the cool new features in Windows 8 – currently in developer preview, is the ability to create and manage virtual machines with Hyper-V technology. It’s not enabled by default however, here’s how to get it working.
Windows Home Server (WHS) lets you stream media and access data from other computers over your home network. You can access WHS content from an Xbox 360 as well. Here’s how. First, open the Windows Home Server Console and set up Media Library Sharing. Click Settings then Media Sharing. Select the media types (Music, Photos […]
One of the coolest features of Windows Home Server (WHS) is it backs up your computer nightly. But you need to add WHS Console to the client computer first. Here’s how to do it. After you’ve installed and set up your Windows Home Server, it’s time to start connecting the other computers on your network. […]