Cheaper than an iCloud storage upgrade and more versatile than hooking up a cable to your PC—this slick expansion drive is worth a look.
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Wireless MAC filtering lets you block devices from your network or create a whitelist for allowed devices that can connect to the internet.
The only fix for “Chrome OS is missing or damaged” error is usually a reimage using a Chromebook recovery USB stick or SD card. Here’s how to make one.
Data validation drives consistency in your spreadsheets and makes spreadsheets more user-friendly.
A guest network lets visitors access the internet without sharing your password with them. Here’s how to do it on your ASUS router.
Need help enforcing the “no internet after 6PM” rule at home? You can do it automatically using your ASUS router’s Parental Controls features.
Think your iPhone 5 feels ancient? Take a step back into the not-too-distant past and see just how far we’ve come.
Here’s how to stop the baby from hitting the End Call button when you FaceTime Grandma!
Not getting your latest Photo Stream pictures in Photos from your iPhone? Here’s your solution!
Give your neighbor’s a laugh with some of these hilarious wireless network names.
When DynDNS went down and broke the internet, it was because thousands of infected computers in homes like yours had been hijacked and used to launch a massive denial of service attack. Here’s a brief guide to help protect yourself from being an unwilling participant in the next zombie computer apocalypse.
Retailers promote their gift cards with discounts and rewards. The only problem: they are terrible gifts. Here’s a way to make gift cards actually useful.
Password protecting a PDF is a simple way to protect PDF documents from being edited. Using PDFelement, you can also use permission settings to set other restrictions. Here’s how it all works.
Updating the firmware on your Wireless Router is the best thing you can do to receive the latest features and protect yourself from the latest security vulnerabilities, malware, and viruses on the web. It only takes a few seconds. We’ll show you how.