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With Windows 10, you can print to a shared printer from any device on your network.
In Windows 10, you can share files easily using your Public folder—or any other folder for that matter. Read on to find out how.
If you don’t have a wired internet connection you can use your Android handset as a Wi-Fi hotspot. Here’s a how to set it up using Android 7.0 Nougat.
“Set as metered connection” limits Windows 10 from hogging data. Now, you can enable this setting on wired connections.
I got myself a new router. It’s faster, has some sweet parental controls, and looks like a spider when you turn it upside down. What’s not to love?
Accessing shared drives and shared folders in Windows has always been easy, but if you’re using Windows 10, you might happen upon this error. Here’s the quick fix.
The Windows 10 HomeGroups feature lets you easily share your music, pictures, documents, videos libraries, and printers with other Windows computers on your home network.
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.
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.