Think your network is secure? Several commonplace items and devices, including wireless keyboards and printers, could be posing a security risk.
In this article I discuss some of the new features and changes in the latest update of Windows 10 (aka Anniversary Update).
The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) in Windows 8 and later has a long way to go before most see it as truly useful. Many developers still have to add the platform to their list of supported OSs and many of the Windows apps in the Microsoft Store are still pretty basic in functionality. However, here I share a couple apps you might find useful when working with databases or servers.
Tired of being IT support for all your family and friends? Though an automated computer repair bot might be what you’re wishing for to help Grandma or Dad with their tech issues, these free IT services and tools still require …
Here I share some insight and tips that might help the next time you deal with a flaky wireless access point (AP) or connectivity issues with a wireless client. I break up the troubleshooting into a few sections, based upon the most common situations.
Microsoft has made many major changes to the GUI of Windows in the past couple of releases. This includes the network settings and connection details as well. Thus here I share how to access many of the common network settings and features in Windows 10. You’ll find them mixed between the good old Network and Sharing Center and the new Settings app.
The first major update to Windows 10 was released on November 12, 2015. Officially, it’s called Windows 10 Version 1511, but it is also referred to as the Windows 10 November Update. Here I’ll introduce many of the new features and functionality and discuss some concerns along the way.
Here we discuss the new web browser introduced in Windows 10, called Microsoft Edge. We’ll look at the new features, differences from Internet Explorer, and a few tips and tricks.