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How does a router work? A router sorts through information sent over a network, using its hardware and software to prioritize the information and pass it along to your computer.
By Jaceson Maughan
Frequently Asked Questions about Microsoft's free anti malware offering for Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows Server 2008.
By Gail Seymour
How do I set up a VPN? If you want to create a secure virtual private network, you need to set up a remote access server and train employees on how to access it.
By Jaceson Maughan
Wondering "How do I secure my home wireless network?" Home network security is vital to protect your personal data and to keep others from stealing your signal. Setting up strong security only takes a few minutes, and these tips will help.
By Dachary Carey
Knowing how to install a Netgear wireless router can help you set up a wireless Internet connection that is better protected from hackers.
By Shawn Donovan
Wireless networks consist of a few basic devices that give you the flexibility to share files and an Internet connection throughout your home without putting wires everywhere.
By Dachary Carey
Ever find yourself wondering how does wireless Internet work? The truth is that there are still a few wires hiding in the connection.
By Jennifer Flaten
Asking "How do I extend my wireless network?" You're not alone; many home network users have problems with signal strength. Here are some low- and high-tech things that you can try.
By Dachary Carey
ROADM plays a key role in the story of how scientists have learned to deal with the exponential growth in data transmission.
By Jamie Douglas
Want to learn how to set up a wireless network? The process is fairly easy with today's technology, but there are a few steps to follow as you're setting up your network.
By Dachary Carey
If you're having problems with your wireless router installation, try these helpful troubleshooting steps.
By Dachary Carey
Setting up a home wireless network is simple enough for anyone to do, and these tips will help ensure your success.
By Dachary Carey
If you don't password protect a flash drive, you are practically inviting other people to view your files.
By Gene Rodriguez, III
Want to know "how do I boost my wireless router signal?" Run through this list and decide which one works best for your network.
By Dachary Carey
The United States CERT is on front line of cyber attack defense.
By Jamie Douglas
Looking to purchase your first wireless router? Everywhere you turn, there's different views, different opinions and conflicting information. Does anyone know what they're talking about and are the differences in wireless routers really so vast?
By Elton Gahr
Asking yourself "what do I need to hook up a wireless router?" If you're setting up a new home wireless network, make sure you have these items on hand.
By Dachary Carey
If your Windows computer won't start, there are fixes you can use in Safe Mode to try and get it running again.
By Shawn Donovan
If you run Windows, you should learn how to defragment a computer so that your PC can run efficiently.
By Shawn Donovan
Spoofing and sniffing are common threats to networked computers. These passive threats allow information to be stolen.
By Mary P Ivy
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