How to set your homepage to your favorite websitePublished: Aug. 5, 2018, 4:24 p.m. in Browser extensions, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, How-to by Marcos González R.
Let’s admit it, you open your browser (it could be Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Internet Explorer 11 or Microsoft Edge), and sometimes there’s this annoying homepage that you didn’t choose. Let’s say, a News website that you didn’t ask for, or a page that your Antivirus set for you. That is ...Continue reading
What are 3G and 4G and How Fast are they?Published: July 19, 2018, 6:23 p.m. in Bandwidth, 3G, Mobile Broadband, FAQ, 4G by Marcos González R.
Have you ever wondered what is that thing on the screen of your cellphone that says 3G (or 4G)? I remember having this old Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 that had said 3G icon. Like me, maybe you thought “What's that, and what does it mean?” If you're in that group, ...Continue reading
How To Connect To A VPN On AndroidPublished: July 17, 2018, 5:40 p.m. in Android, VPN by Asif Mumtaz
Considering the current state of mobile data theft and privacy issues, many users are opting for VPN for Android phones. Connecting to a mobile VPN is simple, and users have hundreds of VPN apps to pick something that they like. Besides, Android OS comes with a default VPN client for ...Continue reading
How to Connect Two Routers on a Home NetworkPublished: July 9, 2018, 9:14 a.m. in How-to, Router, Repeater, Home Networking by Kennedy Runo
You are probably wondering why you would need two routers on one home network. Don’t worry; there are plenty of logical explanations for why you would need 2 routers on the same network. Network Upgrade – Your existing network might be cabled but you are looking to have wireless capabilities ...Continue reading
How To Clear the Cache in IE11Published: July 6, 2018, 12:57 a.m. in Browser, How-to, Cache, Internet Explorer by Vincent
Have you experienced web pages looking funny or otherwise working poorly? There's a risk that you have an old file somewhere in your cache. One of the most common problems faced by folks surfing online is issues in loading a webpage, which is usually due to an uncleared cache in ...Continue reading
How to Hide Data Usage from Service ProvidersPublished: July 5, 2018, 6:02 a.m. in VPN, Privacy, Broadband Connection, How-to, ISP, Data Usage by Jonathan
The media is filled with one horror story after another about celebrities or high-profile people who have had their online information hacked. Emails they thought were deleted are suddenly in the spotlight or even used for blackmail. If you don’t want your personal life out there for the world to ...Continue reading
How to Find Anyone OnlinePublished: July 4, 2018, 1:24 p.m. in Finding People, How-to, Tutorials, Digital Footprint by Serina Rajagukguk
If the someone you're looking for has ever done anything on the internet, we're pretty sure they left a digital footprint somewhere. The word "Google" may be the first thing that pops up in your mind, but you should know that it's not the only way. In fact, there's only ...Continue reading
Does Avast VPN Keep Logs?Published: July 3, 2018, 8:31 a.m. in VPN, Privacy, Avast VPN, Security, Reviews by Jonathan
What is your reason for using a VPN? Do you love torrenting and need anonymity? Or perhaps you just want easier access to international Wi-Fi sources and sites by bypassing geolocation restrictions. Of course, it can also block a few hackers and limit identity theft. If no one can see ...Continue reading
How to Share your Internet Connection Using WindowsPublished: July 2, 2018, 5:39 p.m. in Mobile Hotspot, WiFi / Wi-Fi, Internet, Internet Sharing, Windows by Marcos González R.
Sometimes you’re using internet and think to yourself: “Oh man, I wish there was a way to expand my internet connection so I can use it on my cellphone/tablet” (or any other device you can name). And their own internet service, whether it's 3G or 4G won't just work their ...Continue reading
How to Connect Echo and Alexa to Wi-FiPublished: July 1, 2018, 12:58 p.m. in Alexa, WiFi / Wi-Fi, How-to, Echo, Troubleshooting by Serina Rajagukguk
Did you recently buy an Alexa-enabled device (Echo, Echo Dot, etc.), and don't know how to start operating your shiny new tech? Before you go all Tony Stark-y with it, you must connect it to the Internet first. Don't panic; it's easy enough to do. The two first things you're ...Continue reading