[Guide] Find out who’s connected to your WiFi network

Modern routers provide strong security through the latest encryption algorithms but it's also up to you to choose a strong password. Regardless of your password strength it's always a good idea to find out who's connected to your WiFi network. If you spot any unknown devices, it's worth changing...

How To: Stop Windows 10 from uploading updates to other computers

Windows 10 has a controversial new feature called Windows Update Delivery Optimization. Of course, it is most definitely not the only controversial feature. Its purpose is to ensure a flawless delivery of system updates and besides Microsoft servers, it also relies on users' computers to push these updates to...

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I really loved uTorrent back in its infancy, when it was ultra lightweight, despite the fact I only used occasionally.  However, things started to change for the worse ever since BitTorrent. Inc. acquired it and I see more and more folks searching for reliable uTorrent alternatives for Windows. Despite the...
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[Tutorial] Use Remote Desktop to connect to Windows 10 via Windows, Android, iOS, and OS X

The Microsoft-developed Remote Desktop utility did not always have the best reputation, mostly because competing products like TeamViewer have traditionally been better at handling remote connections, both in terms of performance and ease of use. Over the years, Microsoft has improved the utility and has also adds support for...
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[Remote Desktop] Access Windows through your Mac

Both Windows and OS X include tools that allow users to remotely connect to another computer. Users can easily take advantage of these tools to connect across different platforms so today we will be looking at the Windows Remote Desktop utility and how you can use it to connect...
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Wi-Fi Sense explained [Windows 10]

Wi-Fi Sense is a feature that many Windows 10 users have already heard of yet few have actually taken advantage of it or even know what it does, except maybe for those who used a Windows Phone 8.1 device. In this post we will be unveiling the mystery behind...
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How To: Block websites by editing your hosts file

There are tons of ways to block website access in your PC. As a simple example, take a look at our guide on parental controls for Windows 7 and Windows 8 . There are also loads of third-party utilities that can set everything up for you and block offending websites once...

How To: Turn your Windows 8.1 Device into a Wi-Fi Access Point

Microsoft has allowed its Windows users to create ad hoc wireless connections between PCs in the previous versions of the operating system. These connections can be used, in order to create a wireless network that will consist of many computers and you can also use the Internet connection of...

Important Windows commands that you should know

Although you will definitely need separate applications for some things on your computer, Windows offers a lot of built-in features that are just as good as a third party program and far easier once you learn how to do them. Most of the following commands are more advanced than...

How To: Change your DNS

There are a lot of reasons why you might want to change your DNS server. This guide will show you some of the quickest and easiest ways you can do that without having to download any additional software at all. When you make changes in your computer, be sure...

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If you want to perform some advanced photo editing, your best bet is to do it on a computer but even image editing apps...

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How To: Add subtitles to Windows Media Player

Since loads of people refuse to abandon Windows Media Player but are still having problems with their subtitles, I figured I would make this guide...