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Turn Windows Into A WiFi Hotspot & Share Your Internet Connection

13th February, 2014
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Monitor Your Network and Watch Your Bandwidth With NetworkMiner

16th October, 2013
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Trip Up A Nerd With These WiFi Network & Computer Names

12th June, 2013
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What Is UPnP & Why Is It Dangerous? [MakeUseOf Explains]

20th March, 2013
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What Is a MAC Address & Can It Be Used To Secure Your Home Network? [MakeUseOf Explains]

25th February, 2013
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Improve Your Security Defense By Going On Offense Using Backtrack Linux

27th December, 2012
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4 Things That Might Be Slowing Down Your Home Network

16th December, 2012
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What Is Port Forwarding & How Can It Help Me? [MakeUseOf Explains]

21st November, 2012
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Map Your Wireless Network Signal Strength With NetSpot [Mac]

30th July, 2012
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Bypass Regional Locks with UnoDNS from UnoTelly [Giveaway]

12th July, 2012
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Get The Perfect Introduction With Hachi [100 Beta Invites For MUO Readers]

7th June, 2012
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How To Unbrick Your Trashed WRT54G Linksys Router

18th May, 2012
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How To Write A Windows Script To Change Network Settings On The Fly

27th April, 2012
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Monitor Network Devices And Websites With ICMP Ping Manager

20th April, 2012
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What Is Telnet & What Are Its Uses? [MakeUseOf Explains]

15th December, 2011

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Turn Windows Into A WiFi Hotspot & Share Your Internet Connection

February 13, 2014

You’ve got an Internet connection via a network cable. Can you wirelessly share that connection with other devices? Can you make your Windows computer run like a WiFi router? In short: Yes!

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Trip Up A Nerd With These WiFi Network & Computer Names

June 12, 2013

Network and computer names are visible to anyone within the respective environment. Hence they make great subjects for sending messages, confusing other people in the network, or showing off your geekiness. Why use a default SSID or follow a boring name convention, if you could have some fun? Ever since I bought my first laptop in 2003, I named my devices after a life goal or a geographical destination.

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Monitor Your Network and Watch Your Bandwidth With NetworkMiner

October 16, 2013

When your Internet connection slows down to slow motion, it’s not always the ISP’s fault. The culprit could be in your house! Let’s see how you can identify it.

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