Blocking all users of a Windows PC from opening certain websites--no matter what browser they use or what time of day they are online--is easy if you follow this guide to tweaking your browser and router.
Tired of seeing your browser default to Google or Bing? It takes less than 60 seconds to change your default search engine with this simple guide.
Here's our guide to resetting your Windows password if you don't have access to a previously created password-reset disk.
Setting up your new wireless router is simple as long as you have a PC with a wireless network adapter and an active high-speed Internet connection. Here's a quick guide to getting your wireless router running smoothly.
Governments, schools, and businesses sometimes block websites in an attempt to reduce distractions, conserve bandwidth, or censor content. If you're willing to risk circumventing such limitations, here's how to do it.
This option may sometimes be necessary for a drive. Here's the procedure, step by step.
Here's what to do with a link that looks suspicious.
Here's how to set up a conference call with free services FreeConferenceCall, Rondee, and Free Conference Calling.
Here's how to legally download Windows 7 and make your own install disc.
Here's how to sync your photos, videos, and music to your Android phone with DoubleTwist for Windows.
Here's how to convert ePub files into a format that you can read on your Kindle.
Here's a simple guide to using special characters and hidden emoticons to communicate more clearly on Facebook, Twitter, or Google Chat.
Your router can sometimes get in the way of your favorite multiplayer games or chat programs by inadvertently shuttering certain network ports. To fix that problem yourself, follow our simple guide to port forwarding.
Want to watch your DVDs or videos on your iPad or Honeycomb tablet? We'll show you how.
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