Don't-Miss Networking Stories
If you've run into some thorny issues with your wireless network, here are the answers to your questions.
If your employees use a collection of Macs and PCs running OS X, Windows, and Linux, don't worry: These three operating systems can communicate on a single network.
Like many people, Sue is thinking of giving up her land-based telephone service. But her DSL comes through those same lines. Can she keep it?
Speed up your CPU and graphics card, add advanced features to your wireless router, boost your network's range, and tweak your PC's power consumption for extra efficiency.
You can create a simple add-on for your router's antenna that will boost and focus the wireless signal. We show you how.
I answer BobJam's question, originally posted on the Answer Line Forum, on remotely controlling his sister's PC to help her with a technical problem.
Small office and home networks make simple work of printer and file sharing, internet phone calls, and streaming media. But getting the right products can be confusing. We'll show you how to get the most for the money.
You don't need multiple printers just because you have more than one PC. Here's our easy guide to sharing your printer from one computer to another.
Even if you're paying top dollar for high-speed Internet service, you may not be getting the performance you expect. Follow our guide to boost your broadband speed.
Step-by-step instructions on how to install and configure yours.