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Setting up and maintaining a home Wi-Fi network can be a daunting task for a PC newbie. These four how-to guides will run you through some of the basics.
With the prices of hard drives skyrocketing, here's how you can extend the life and usefulness of the storage gear you already own.
Darryl Boyett asked if his home WiFi connection, which uses WPA2 protection, is safe enough for online banking
Show your geek pride and creativity by turning unused Ethernet cables into bicycle handlebar grips
Looking to slash your Windows PC's boot time to the bone? We'll show you how we made one system boot 30 percent faster--without any hardware upgrades.
These 11 tips will help you protect your wireless networks.
Securing your wireless network is a simple process that costs nothing and could save you from a disastrous network breach down the road.
ZyrrahXD asked the Networking forum about the best way to split a home Internet connection between multiple computers
Buried inside many smartphones is a capability that few take advantage of. Tethering lets a phone act as a mobile hotspot to supply Web access to nearby PCs and other devices.
Having trouble connecting to Xbox Live on your Xbox 360? Here are some tips to help you troubleshoot.
Boost your hard-drive performance, add redundancy, or do both by converting your PC to use a RAID setup.
Installing the preview version of the new OS is much easier when you do it from a bootable USB drive.
If you're still thinking about your hard drive in Windows XP terms, it's time to learn how Windows 7 handles the not-so-big-deal that is defragmentation.
Before you buy new networking gear, determine if coverage and speed will be good enough for all the devices on your company's network.
Is your job search lagging? Not seeing the results you'd like? Check out these ten expert tips from CIO.com's Kristin Burnham to enhance your search.