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Use GlassWire Network Monitor To Visualize Your Traffic

Use GlassWire Network Monitor To Visualize Your Traffic

| January 19, 2015

If you were ever curious about which applications or devices in your home were using the most network bandwidth, check out GlassWire’s network monitoring program. This free tool helps you visualize your current and past network activity by application and geographic location, and it displays all of this information to you on a colorful graph. You can even […]

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How To Enable Windows 8 Kiosk Mode

How To Enable Windows 8 Kiosk Mode

| January 18, 2015

Windows 8.1 has a feature that allows you to limit user access to a single application, turning the computer into a kiosk, rather than a fully-functional PC. This is a great option for children or if you have a presentation that many different people will need to access on the computer. You would not want […]

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Boost Cell Signal Strength With A MicroCell

Boost Cell Signal Strength With A MicroCell

| January 11, 2015

You do not have to suffer with poor cell phone coverage in your own home. If your cellular connection is spotty, or if you find you only get one or two bars in your home, you can install a device that helps boost that signal up to five bars. AT&T calls their device the MicroCell […]

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Connecting Your Windows Phone and PC

Connecting Your Windows Phone and PC

| December 23, 2014

Electronic devices once were standalone devices, but as technology continues to advance, the ability to connect multiple devices together has opened up a whole new level of capability and accessibility. This is even more obvious when dealing with Microsoft-based devices like your Windows PC, smartphone and other Internet devices. Your Data, Anytime, Anywhere One of […]

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Proper Ways to Connect Computers to TVs

Proper Ways to Connect Computers to TVs

| December 12, 2014

The appeal of using your television as a computer monitor isn’t hard to see; your browsing experience becomes immersive, YouTube videos have never looked better, and in many cases, it makes having to buy a separate monitor redundant. For many individuals though, a simple hurdle stands between them being able to partake in this viewing […]

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Graphics Card Basics

Graphics Card Basics

| December 4, 2014

Choosing a graphics card for your computer can be an overwhelming task if you aren’t familiar with the terminology or technical ideas behind them. Furthermore, graphics cards come in a wide variety of price ranges, though the market has steadied somewhat this year. Tom’s Hardware notes that the video card market is still adjusting to […]

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How To Compute Like  A Boss

How To Compute Like A Boss

| November 29, 2014

If you want the fastest, most reliable computing experience, you need to know where to focus your time and money. What makes a computer run good? What makes it run fast, not crash and what will give you the best overall computing experience when you sit down in front of your machine to work or […]

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Map Microsoft OneDrive To Your Computer

Map Microsoft OneDrive To Your Computer

| November 15, 2014

OneDrive, formally SkyDrive, is Microsoft’s online cloud storage solution that provides 15 Gigs of free storage space for users with a Microsoft account. Storing documents, pictures, movies and other files online is a great alternative backup solution. OneDrive can be accessed from any device. All you need to do is login to access your files. […]

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Best New Tech Gadgets for Business Men and Women

Best New Tech Gadgets for Business Men and Women

| October 28, 2014

It’s a simple fact of life that to successfully run a business in the 21st century, you’re going to have to leverage technology to your advantage (and depending on your business, you may be entirely dependent upon it). Of course, “technology” is a rather broad term that can mean many things. It’s fair to say […]

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Troubleshooting USB Devices

Troubleshooting USB Devices

| October 26, 2014

There’s nothing more frustrating than plugging in a USB device and watching as nothing happens. The device does not appear at all or fails to install. In an ideal world, you would plug in a device, Windows would recognize the new hardware and then install the software to run it. If you’re having issues with […]

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