Computer Networking

Computer networking is a way of connecting several computers. It allows several computers to communicate with each other. There are two different ways in which this can happen. It can be set up to be a permanent arrangement that is fixed with cables or it can be done through a temporary situation such as that of modems.

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Get Connected To Wi-Fi  

Wi-Fi, short for wireless fidelity refers to a set of wireless networking technologies more specifically referred to as any type of 802.11 network, 802.11b and 802.11a, dual band. The word Wi-Fi was built by an organization called the Wi-Fi Alliance. They overlook tests that confirm the production.

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Home Wireless Network Security Issues

Running a business from home has its advantages, including no commute, a more accommodating work schedule, fresh coffee and home-cooked meals at any time you want.

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How to Protect Yourself from Viruses, Adware, Spyware and Hackers

Spyware/adware is a new major concern for PC users everywhere. Infecting your computer silently (usually installed with programs that seem harmless), spyware and adware can collect personal information about you, as well as cause pop up ads to come up all of the time, changing your browsers home page, sometimes even completely disabling your computer's usability.

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What is TCP/IP?

Many people may not know what TCP/IP is nor what its effect is on the Internet. The fact is, without TCP/IP there would be no Internet. And it is because of the American military that the Internet exists.

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Which Wireless Router Is Better?  

Which Router Is Better? (D-Link / Belkin / Hawking Technologies)

You know, when you have about 3 different routers, you get to know what is good and what's not, at least when it comes to routers. You also tend to learn a lot about how they work and what their settings are for and all that stuff. Frankly, I find it a big waste of brain space but then again, this review will not write itself.

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Tips To Ensure Your Wireless Network Is Secure

1. Reduce the Access Point (AP) broadcast strength whenever feasible

- Cover only required areas in your home or business by placing the AP in a more central location, away from exterior walls.

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