CrossLoop: Ready, Set, Remote Access

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[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...
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How To: Access your router

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How To: Track data usage in Windows 8.x

Windows 8.1 provides a very useful feature that estimates the data usage of your connection. This is very useful for people that run on limited bandwidth but it can also be interesting for people that just want to see how much data they use every month. The feature is...

[Guide] Enable TCP Fast Open for Microsoft Edge in Windows 10

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Network Inventory Advisor: PC Inventory Software for easy network management and auditing

Running a network is a difficult job and one that requires a lot of multi-tasking at times. Simple errors can lead to disaster and you always need to keep things in check. Network Inventory Advisor is a tool dedicated to simplifying and solidifying the process of completing software, hardware...

How To: Check your ping

When you are playing online games or dealing with an online application, speed is not the only thing that matters. Even if you have a lightning-fast connection, you might still experience lag, the delay between your actions and the reaction by the game. The lag in games and applications...

How To: Set up a Homegroup in Windows 10

Microsoft's HomeGroup feature available in Windows 10 (and older versions as well) is a networking service that offers a simple way to share both files and printer connections. It comes with password protection to ensure the content you share with other network-connected computers remains secure. However, it also works with...
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How To: Block IP ranges in Windows Firewall

Windows Firewall is a surprisingly good utility. You really do not need another firewall usually and most users will not have one, unless you have installed a complete security suite. Although you can leave Windows Firewall to its own devices, you might want to block specific IP ranges. The...

NetLimiter Pro: Control your traffic

Forcing limits onto one's connection is a necessary evil sometimes, especially when running an internet connection with a set data plan.  NetLimiter Pro will help you in your troubles and will let you control your internet traffic using custom parameters you set. Installation & Requirements The setup of the program is...

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