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[Tutorial] How To Connect To WiFi Network From Command Line In Windows

[Tutorial] How To Connect To WiFi Network From Command Line In Windows

You need to connect to a wireless network from Windows command line? Whether it is to impress your friends or to initiate a connection when the network and sharing center not responding, this tutorial will show you how to do that.

By On January 18, 2013 1 Response
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[Tutorial] How To Turn On DHCP In Windows 8

[Tutorial] How To Turn On DHCP In Windows 8

DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol and its used to automatically assign dynamic IP address to your Windows 8 computer from DHCP server. In this tutorial I will show you how to turn on DHCP in your Windows 8.

By On January 11, 2013 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Set Up A VPN On Your iPad Or iPhone

[Tutorial] How To Set Up A VPN On Your iPad Or iPhone

In this tutorial I will show you how to set up a Virtual Private Network on your iPad or iPhone so you can easily share documents and multimedia files between your Apple devices.

By On November 9, 2012 Respond
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[Tips] How To Buy A Good Router

[Tips] How To Buy A Good Router

If you are planning to buy your first router and you want to pick the best possible one for your money it will certainly be hard for you to choose because there is so many different brands, standards and features that routers have, which will most probably confuse you even more. That’s why I will give you some tips on which things you need to pay attention when you go to computer shop or online store to buy your first router.

By On October 24, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Share Your Optical Drive In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Share Your Optical Drive In Windows 7

With netbooks and ultrabooks, laptops are becoming smaller and lighter. To achieve this miniaturization, manufacturers have chosen to remove optical drives and gives you no options to access to any DVD or CD. However if you have a desktop computer and your computers are networked you can easily share the optical drive on the desktop computer for use on your laptop through the LAN and in this tutorial I will show you how to make this possible within Windows 7.

By On June 28, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Reduce Latency For Video Games

[Tutorial] How To Reduce Latency For Video Games

When you play video games in network (locally or on Internet), the latency is very important. It corresponds to the response time between when you press a button or move the mouse and when the desired action is executed in the game. By default Windows combines small packets into one before sending them. By disabling this feature, small packets will be transferred immediately without delay, thus reducing your latency. In this tutorial I will show you which steps you need to perform inside Windows 7 in order to make this work.

By On May 11, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Play Media Files On Your PlayStation 3 With PS3 Media Server

[Tutorial] How To Play Media Files On Your PlayStation 3 With PS3 Media Server

In this tutorial I will show you how to share your media files from Windows computer with your PlayStation 3 console. For this purpose we will be using a PS3 Media Server which is comprehensive software that can read your files located on your computer to your ps3 without any file transfers! The ps3 will read the file directly to your computer directly through your home network.

By On April 26, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Network Windows 7 With Windows Vista and Windows XP

[Tutorial] How To Network Windows 7 With Windows Vista and Windows XP

Windows 7 includes a new way to share data between all the computers in the house thanks to the HomeGroup. But only computers which are running Windows 7 can join the HomeGroup and enjoy the new features for sharing, playing media files remotely, etc… If you have computers running Windows XP or Windows Vista in same network with Windows 7, you can still share your files and printers with Windows 7 and in this tutorial I will show you how.

By On April 25, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Turn Off Or Restart A Remote Computer

[Tutorial] How To Turn Off Or Restart A Remote Computer

Windows has a shutdown.exe which is a small utility that you can use to shut down or reboot a remote Windows computer that is in your LAN. At first, you must configure Windows computers that you want to turn off or restart remotely to accept a remote connection from your LAN. This requires the activation of the Remote Registry service and the authorization of the passage through the firewall built into Windows. Once done, a simple command will allow you to turn off or restart a computer on your LAN directly from your Windows computer.

By On April 18, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To View Network Activity In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To View Network Activity In Windows 7

In Windows, the network icon that informs you whether or not you are connected to a network is in the notification area to the left of the clock. In Windows Vista, you can enable the animation of network activity to determine if data is being sent or received by your network and Internet connection. The icon will light in case of network traffic. With Windows 7, this icon is not customizable, remains lifeless and shows no activity. Fortunately, you can view activity on your network and Internet connection, for example if you download or send data (upload), using the tool called Network Activity Indicator for Windows 7 that you can use instead of classic Windows 7 network icon.

By On April 18, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Find Out Mac OS X Wi-Fi Networks Passwords You’ve Previously Connected To

[Tutorial] How To Find Out Mac OS X Wi-Fi Networks Passwords You’ve Previously Connected To

If you have recently connected to certain Wi-Fi Network and you can’t remember which password you did used for that connection, in this tutorial I will show you which steps you need to perform in your Mac OS X and see which password you need to use. You won’t need any third party tools for this procedure because Mac OS X have integrated tool for this procedure.

By On March 28, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Remove Your Computer From A Homegroup In Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Remove Your Computer From A Homegroup In Windows 7

If you decide that you no longer want to belong to a HomeGroup, you can leave it by removing your computer from it but remember that once you leave a home group you will no longer be able to access files, folders and printers that other people have shared with that group. Leaving a HomeGroup in Windows 7 is just easy as joining one which you can easily rejoin it later if you change your mind. Follow this tutorial to find out how to remove your computer from a home group.

By On February 15, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Monitor Systems in Windows 7

[Tutorial] How To Monitor Systems in Windows 7

Monitoring Systems and computer performance is very important especially with Windows. To avoid problems with system crash and loosing of data you always need to be careful. Hard drives, graphic cards, processor, RAM Memory everything is a subject of overheating or lack of power supply. So, to avoid these kinds of problems you need a quality tools that will help you to monitor your system performance in Windows 7. We will suggest you the tools that already exist in Windows 7 and how to use them but also we will suggest some other gadgets that does not exist in Windows and that can be installed.

By On February 13, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Control Many Computers With A Single Mouse And Keyboard

[Tutorial] How To Control Many Computers With A Single Mouse And Keyboard

Do you work on many computers in same time and you don’t have free space on your desk because of keyboards and mouse you use for those computers? There is a solution for your problem called Mouse Without Borders! Mouse Without Borders is Microsoft Garage project, it uses your network to connect up to four computers, once they are connected you can use your mouse to seamlessly drag and drop files form one computer to another, copy and paste text and images from one pc to the next, use the same keyboard and the mouse to control any computer and many other things.

By On February 6, 2012 1 Response
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