Do you have one of those systems which you believe should be kicking ass but something seems to be holding it back? Well, you might have what we call a hardware bottleneck. Check out this video and see if you can't un-block or find an issue on your system which will allow you to finally turn it lose!
Hmmm.... personally I just bought a router which allows me to boost the signal strength via the router itself.
When it comes to "boosting" wireless speeds, there are actually two enhancements users typically seek: Distance and speed. It's great having a speedy wireless network, but if you only get great speed when you use a wireless client right next to the router and get no signal if you are 15 feet away, then speed doesn't mean so much. You need to boost the signal's range. If your device can barely open friends' Facebook pictures when you're in the same room as the router, then we're talking about problems with speed.
Wi-Fi errors can be a pain in the buttocks! This is a pretty good article on how you can address some of these issues yourself!
The chances are pretty good that you have a wireless home network, or you've been asked by friends, family, or co-workers to help install one in their home.
While we're sure that you've never made a mistake during these setups, advances in home networking equipment (new configurations, wireless standards, and so on) have also introduced some new complexities that could confuse non-IT customers who don't live, eat and breathe this stuff every day. For most people, connecting to the home network is a set-and-forget scenario.
So, you're in the market for a keyboard and your heading out Best Buy or are about to buy one online.
The following article is written to help you make the BEST decision possible when buying your next keyboard as I consider a keyboard as essential to the PC, Laptop, etc... As any other input device. Just think about how MUCH you use the keyboard! You use it much more than anything else on your PC besides the monitor.
Now, I consider a keyboard a very PERSONAL item and when it comes to recommending which keyboard to buy to a friend or client I'm sometimes a little hesitant. I cannot tell you how many times I have been asked 'what keyboard I use' and then when I tell them they go 'why?’ or, they think the keyboard I use will work for them and then they get it home, unpacked, hooked up, and then start typing on it and then they Skype me or send me an email with something like 'how do you type on this?' or 'god this thing is LOUD!' Yes... yes they can be.
Being in the PC world for as long as I have been trust me when I say I have seen some DIRTY cases.
This article shows you how to properly clean your computer and not shock the hell out of yourself, or your expensive hardware.
Read on oh dirty one...