Web Proxy: How & Why should you use one.Published: March 24, 2020, 7:41 a.m. in IP address, Internet Connection, Proxies, Web Proxy by Emil S.
A web proxy allows you to hide your real IP Address from the websites that you visit. When you visit a website, your real location will not be revealed because you are using a fake IP address that makes it look as if you are accessing the website from a different ...Continue reading
9 Best Long-Range Routers of 2020.Published: March 24, 2020, 7:35 a.m. in Internet Connection, WiFi / Wi-Fi, Reviews, Router by Emil S.
Every home network is served by a router, which connects the network to the internet and in reverse connects the internet to the network. All the internet-enabled devices at home will be connected to the router so that it can send out their messages, and then send incoming messages to ...Continue reading
How to Double Your Internet Speed for FreePublished: March 24, 2020, 7:18 a.m. in How-to, Internet Connection, Internet Speed, DNS by Emil S.
We’re not talking about minor tests or tweaks you can do to improve your connection speed to the Internet marginally. Picking the right DNS server is a little known but most effective way to increase your website browsing speed dramatically. You benefit from particular servers that perform faster when accessed from your ...Continue reading
The Battle of the Internet Browsers.Published: March 24, 2020, 7:15 a.m. in Firefox Quantum, Google Chrome, Browser by Emil S.
For several years, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox have been trying to one-up each other. During its heyday, Firefox became the de facto alternative to Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. It seemed poised to take over the number one spot. That was until Google released Chrome and took the Internet by storm. ...Continue reading
802.11 Standards Explained.Published: March 20, 2020, 4:20 a.m. in Internet Connection, Security, Home Networking, Networking by Emil S.
The majority of computer users are familiar with the term Wi-Fi. For most, it just refers to wireless access to devices that are connected to the internet. The term belongs to the Wi-Fi Alliance, whose role is to police the wireless world and to make sure that Wi-Fi-enabled products meet specific ...Continue reading
How to Delete Temporary Internet Files on Internet Explorer?Published: March 15, 2020, 8:40 a.m. in Tutorial, Browser, Internet Explorer by Emil S.
Every time you surf the net, Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) store copies of the content from the webpages you have visited, called Temporary Internet Files. The information is collected and stored in the hard disk every time you open a webpage, shop online, and send or receive e-mails. The next ...Continue reading
What is a DNS Cache and How Does It Work?Published: March 14, 2020, 10:14 a.m. in Home Networking, DNS, Networking by Emil S.
What is a DNS Cache? A DNS cache is maintained by your computer’s operating system and acts as a temporary database. In this database your computer stores a list of all the websites you have visited or tried to visit recently along with details of other internet domains that you have ...Continue reading
The Basic Types of Network Protocols. ExplainedPublished: March 14, 2020, 10:13 a.m. in Networking, Security, Network Protocol by Emil S.
Protocols are the backbone of any network, governing all the processes to ensure managed and secure communication between components of the network. In this post, we try to understand what network protocols exactly are and the primary types of protocols. What are Network Protocols? Network Protocols can be defined as formal ...Continue reading
What Does TFW Mean and Stand For?Published: March 14, 2020, 10:13 a.m. in FAQ, Internet Terminology, TFW by Emil S.
In this modern world of the internet, social media use is growing by leaps and bounds. New and new trends are introduced every day and people try to cope with them. Many abbreviations are seen on social media posts and comments and we are often curious about what they mean. Today, we ...Continue reading
What is a Public IP Address?Published: March 14, 2020, 10:12 a.m. in Networking, IP address, Home Networking by Jonathan
An IP Address comprises a series of numbers in 4 groups separated by a dot. The current version of IP addresses is IPv4 (IP version 4). There is an updated version IPv6 (IP version 6), which has created a vast number of new IP addresses. Each number is unique and is ...Continue reading