Author: Andrew

Is your internet connection acting up? Before you call your ISP, you should consider some easy troubleshooting tips. Here are 5 of the best and easiest ways to troubleshoot your internet connection. And no, one of these tips isn’t “restart and unplug your router”. I’m assuming you’ve done that first before you started reading an article like this. 5) Check If You Can Ping the Outside World In...

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Do you have a bad Wi-Fi signal? Does your signal keep dropping around the house? Are you getting slow speeds, spotty connections, and other Wi-Fi problems? Today, we’re here to help. Below, you’ll find tips and tricks you can use to troubleshoot your Wi-Fi signal and improve your internet. Change your Router’s Physical Location The first and easiest thing to do is to change your router’s location. Sometimes,...

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The Mac vs PC debate has been going on since the 90s. Where does the debate stand in 2016? What are the major differences between Macs and PCs in 2016? Find out today as we look at the software, hardware, value, and security of the world’s two most popular computers. Hardware & Design We’ll start by looking at the design and exterior hardware on both the Mac...

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The Apple AirPods wireless headphones were just released. The controversial headphones use the same Apple earbud design – but take away the wires. Are the Apple AirPods worth the high price? They cost $159 and don’t come bundled with an iPhone 7. Are they really as easy to lose as people believe? Let’s take a closer look at the Apple AirPods today in our review. Sound Quality Sound quality...

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It’s no secret that malware targets people in important positions. According to a new report, a frightening new malware is targeting influential people in the US government. The new “GovRAT” malware is specifically designed to bypass antivirus tools – including the ones used by US government employees. The malware has also been labeled as “tough to detect” and “aggressive in its mission to steal sensitive files”. The...

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Malware is more dangerous today than it’s ever been before. Whether it’s ransomware or a performance-clogging virus, viruses today can ruin your day, your week, your month, or even your year. Want to avoid malware infections for the rest of your (PC’s) life? Here are 8 tips that you should start following ASAP. 8) Update Everything There’s a reason your software and operating system are constantly bugging you about...

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Just when you thought your home network was safe, researchers have proven you wrong yet again: researchers from the USA and China have shown that it is possible to accurately detect keystrokes using Wi-Fi signals from an ordinary router. The proof was demonstrated by researchers at Michigan State University and Nanjing University in China. These researchers showed that it was theoretically possible in environments with minimal...

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You might be surprised to learn that you can easily run Android apps on your Windows PC. It’s true! It’s not even that hard. After installing these apps, you can use WhatsApp, Snapchat, and any other Android app from your PC. Whether you want to play Angry Birds or Pokemon Go, you’ll find multiple options below. Option 1) BlueStacks App Player BlueStacks is probably the easiest and best way...

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You use Facebook every day. Admit it – you do. You didn’t click on this article if you’re one of those people who “deleted Facebook”. Want some Facebook tips only power users know? Keep reading to discover 5 Facebook power features you’ve probably never heard of. 5) Check if Someone is Logging into your Account Facebook tracks your account activity. Typically, if someone signs in from an unfamiliar...

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Disk usage problems are frustratingly common in Windows. Does your computer randomly slow down? It may be a disk usage problem. The next time this problem occurs, check your Task Manager and look at the disk usage tab. Does it say 99% disk? That means you have a disk usage problem. Fortunately, this is almost always a fixable error. You don’t need to buy a new...

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