Top 6 Wi-Fi Cameras of 2020Published: March 29, 2020, 12:40 p.m. in Camera, Wi-Fi Camera, Reviews by Emil S.
Presenting the best Wi-Fi Cameras to suit your needs and budget. We have tested and researched the latest models of Wi-Fi cameras available, and we recommend these six models which we categorize as follows. 1. Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II (Best Overall) The Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II ...Continue reading
Blocking Facebook on your Local Network.Published: March 29, 2020, 12:28 p.m. in IP address, Home Networking, Tutorial, Facebook by Emil S.
There are techniques you can use for restricting access to this giant social website on your local home network. Aside from blocking the domain name, you can also ban the IP Addresses Facebook uses. How to Block Facebook Blocking Facebook from a Single Computer In Windows, you can block a site ...Continue reading
How to Bypass Geo-Restrictions While StreamingPublished: March 29, 2020, 12:26 p.m. in Internet Browsing, Streaming, VPN Service by Emil S.
Video streaming is fast becoming the essential mode of communication, entertainment, and even in economic activities. As a result, there is a tremendous increase in interest by both consumers and service providers. In a recent study by Digital TV Research, (368 million to 777 million) in global video streaming subscriptions from 2017 ...Continue reading
What is Wi-Fi Wireless Bridging?Published: March 29, 2020, 12:21 p.m. in WiFi / Wi-Fi, Internet Connection, Wi-Fi Bridge by Emil S.
In an ever-increasing expansion of wireless technology applications in all aspects of our lives, the need to connect has never been more necessary and urgent. Wi-Fi Bridging is one way of addressing that need. To give you a clear idea of what Wi-Fi Wireless Bridging is all about, let’s look at ...Continue reading
How to Find Your IP Address.Published: March 27, 2020, 3:04 p.m. in How-to, Home Networking, IP address, Internet by Emil S.
Unlike people, the internet network doesn’t identify computers by name. Computers use numbers as identifiers. These numbers are called the IP or Internet Protocol address. Did you know that your computer uses two IP addresses? While it is uncommon for Internet users to know about their IP address, please understand ...Continue reading
How to Track the Owner of an IP AddressPublished: March 26, 2020, 3:47 p.m. in IP address, Networking, Tutorial, How-to by Emil S.
Every IP Address has an owner who could be an individual or an organization. A lot of websites do not hide this information meaning that their IP address is public. You can easily look them up and know who owns it. But some IP address owners want to remain anonymous and ...Continue reading
How to Update Mozilla Firefox to a Latest VersionPublished: March 26, 2020, 3:46 p.m. in Browser, Firefox, How-to by Emil S.
There are valid reasons why you need to update your browser regularly, and Firefox isn’t an exception. These methods apply to Windows 7, but you can follow similar steps in Apple’sOS X and Windows 8 or 10. Update Firefox Manually Click on the Menu Button on the top right. You ...Continue reading
What Is a Computer Network Switch?Published: March 26, 2020, 3:46 p.m. in Router, Switch, Networking, Internet Connection, LAN by Emil S.
Before broadband routers became a thing, Ethernet switching hubs were more common on home networks. It’s a type of network switch, which is a little piece of equipment that bridges multiple computers and devices together in a wired Local Area Network (LAN) via ports. A switch isn’t to be confused with ...Continue reading
How to Use Google Chromecast without a Wi-Fi.Published: March 25, 2020, 2:58 p.m. in Chromecast, Streaming, iOS, macOS, Android by Emil S.
Chromecast ordinarily connects via Wi-Fi to the Internet. However, by setting up a Wi-Fi network locally, you can still cast media to your Chromecast device without having to access the web. Just as long as you have content like movies or shows already downloaded and stored inside your primary device ...Continue reading
What Is a Wide Area Network and How Does It WorkPublished: March 25, 2020, 11:31 a.m. in WAN, Internet Connection by Emil S.
You may have encountered the acronym WAN before. This stands for “Wide Area Network” and not “Wireless Area Network” as some people mistakenly think (the right acronym for the latter is WLAN). The WAN is a network for communications that can cover a huge geographic scope such as cities and ...Continue reading