How To Whitelist Specific Devices On Your Home Network To Stop Hackers

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The way a home network usually works is that anyone with your network passphrase can connect to your home network. However, it’s possible to add another layer of security where […]

How to Find Out What App is Using Your Webcam on Windows 10

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I will explain a very effective method to find out what app is using your webcam. This way, you can stop it from being used without your permission, or simply […]

BSD vs Linux: The Basic Differences

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Both Linux and the varying BSDs (Berkeley Software Distributions) are free and open-source, with more things in common than differences. With this in mind, you may ask yourself, “If they’re […]

Why Most New Phones are Ditching the Headphone Jack

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The 3.5mm stereo TRS (tip, ring, sleeve) jack has been around for a very long time. The original 6.35mm version hails from the late 1800s where it was used in […]

Black, White & Gray Hat Hacking Defined

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Hackers. The news loves to report on them and the public just loves to completely misunderstand what they actually do. The word “hacker” has become associated with malicious computer criminals, […]

5 YouTube Channels Every Serious Tech Fan Should Subscribe To

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Lots of people are “into technology” these days, but most people don’t really care about the technical details of the tech they espouse so much love for. There’s nothing wrong […]

How to Fix ‘RPC Server is Unavailable’ Error in Windows

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Those of you who have been using Windows for some time may have already bore witness to the “RPC Server is Unavailable” error. This is one of the more common […]

How to Change the Slide Size in PowerPoint for Better Presentations

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Powerpoint presentations are supposed to be engaging. But that’s another story if the audience can’t see what’s in front of them. So, in this article, we’ll discuss how to change […]

What Is a CDN & Why Is One Essential If You Own a Domain?

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A content delivery network (CDN) is a collection of servers distributed across the world that deliver pieces of your website to site visitors located near those servers. The most common […]

How to Edit the Hosts File in Windows

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The hosts file is a text-based file located in the same place in all modern Windows versions. Most people don’t ever need to get into it, but if you do, […]