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Remote Desktop Connect

How To: Share local drives with Remote Desktop

Have you ever wondered whether you can share local drives with other computers that might not even be in your network? Although you could use a third party application, Windows very own Remote Desktop will do that for you without a hassle. Read on to learn the exact steps...
always run Command Prompt as Administrator in Windows 10

How To: Always run Command Prompt as Administrator in Windows 10

There are many situations when we need to run Command Prompt with administrative rights, in order to perform certain changes or access system areas for which a regular Windows user doesn't have permissions. A simple solution would be to always run Command Prompt as Administrator in Windows 10. Which is entirely possible....

How To Create a Mobile Hotspot in Windows 10

Ever since the Anniversary Update, it's exceptionally easy to create a mobile hotspot in Windows 10. A wireless hotspot allows other devices to use your Internet connection without the need of a physical router. Since not everyone owns a wireless router, the ability to create a mobile hotspot in Windows...

How To: Connect your Windows 8.1 Device to a Wireless Network via WPS

If you want to connect to a network quicker with your Windows 8.1 device, you should probably use the WPS feature, which is available in all wireless routers. Let's find out how you can do this. General Info about WPS The WPS or Wi-Fi Protected Setup is a wireless network standard....

What is Near Share in Windows 10 and How to Enable It

Windows 10 build 17035 introduces a new feature called Near Share.  If you're wondering what is Near Share in Windows 10, the way it works is pretty simple. It allows file sharing between your computer and other Windows 10 devices via Wifi or Bluetooth. Yes, we have homegroups and other...

How To: Share files between Windows and Linux

When you are in a network with multiple operating systems, you might have trouble sometimes finding out the interactions between them. Some things are easier to do than others and sharing files is one of the easiest things to setup. Although you could go with a third-party service or...
OS X Wi-Fi Scan

How To: Fix connectivity issues and get faster Wi-Fi with different channels in OS X Yosemite

Networking is one of the most complex and frustrating areas, especially for consumer products. You might find that your Wi-Fi connection is working perfectly fine one day while being completely broken during the next day without you touching anything. Sometimes, these problems are attributed to the ISPs themselves but...

SecurityKISS Tunnel: A free VPN

Privacy concerns are a large part of the internet nowadays and everyone should try to protect themselves from malicious users. SecurityKISS Tunnel is a VPN service that will allow you to easily encrypt your connection. Installation & Requirements The application’s size is really small so the installation should complete very fast....

Radmin Remote Control: Control your PC from anywhere

Remote control systems are quite common nowadays and they come with a load of different features. Radmin Remote Control aims to provide an easy solution for both a viewer and a server system with its shareware system. Installation & Requirements The program’s installation is quite basic, with few options here and...

How To: Use Wi-Fi Sense in Windows 10

Back when Windows 10 was launched, Wi-Fi Sense quickly became controversial among users because it allowed sharing WiFi network login information between Windows 10 machines. This was seen as a security risk (although it was actually safe) so in the end, Microsoft removed it when the Anniversary Update was...

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Best Bitcoin mining software for Windows

Cryptocurrencies are all the rage right now, and Bitcoin remains the most popular one. If you own a PC, there's nothing stopping you from...

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BrowsingHistoryView

How To: Export and save your browsing history

Most people rarely bother to delete their browsing histories, if ever, which means that they can always find webpages long forgotten in the chaos...