Wi-Fi extenders have gotten more affordable, but they're still tricky devices to set up. Here are some tips on where to place your extender to boost your Wi-Fi network's reach.
Finding people online has never been easier, thanks to a new — and controversial — service called ZabaSearch.
It's easy to do a reverse image search on your PC, Mac, iPhone or Android phone if you follow these steps.
Here's how you can stream the Jan. 7 national championship game, using either a mobile app or a streaming service.
Looking for a router that handles all your devices and will keep going strong for years? We've got the buying advice you need.
Nearly every U.S. state is sitting on unclaimed money. Here are free and legit ways to get your lost money back.
Chrome's latest trick? It will block and allow autoplay videos based on your preference. Here's what you need to know to set it up.
Cloudflare says you can get faster internet speeds with its 18.104.22.168 DNS, but what is a DNS, and how do you use theirs?
Got Wi-Fi dead zones? A dusty old router can be easily transformed into a wireless network extender to get whole-house Wi-Fi.
The music and podcast site SoundCloud may be in trouble, but here's how you can still hang on to your tracks.
Twitter's new Twitter Lite and Data Saver modes aim to make the service better for those with limits on their mobile internet.
Netgear’s $200 Nighthawk R7000P AC2300 router is made for gaming and streaming, thanks to its beamforming technology and MU-MIMO to stream to multiple devices simultaneously. Here's how to set it up.
So, you've decided to delete your Yahoo account. Nobody can blame you, and we've got a guide for erasing it.
This setup guide will help you get your new WRT1200 online and help you secure the device with a new name and password.
When hackers bring down a website, they're not really damaging it; they're just blocking your access to it. Here's how distributed denial-of-service attacks work, and what website operators can do to avoid being knocked offline.
Many 802.11g products now come equipped with WDS bridging and repeating capabilities, but getting them set up isn't as easy as it should be. This ProblemSolver will first review the basics of WDS and compare it to previous bridging methodologies. We'll then provide some tips to help you maximize your chances of WDS success.
We often hear from people who have two (or more!) routers in their LAN and are trying to get Microsoft File and Printer sharing running among all their computers. This ProblemSolver will explain why this doesn't work by default and provide some suggestions for working around the problem.
If you can't get your VPN to work through a firewall, you may be able to open some ports in your router’s firewall to get your VPN connection made.
The inability to open a website by name usually indicates a DNS (Domain Name System) problem. DNS is the service that converts the website URL, i.e. www.yahoo.com into the IP address that is needed for actual communication.
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