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Archer AX6000 is TP-Link's first consumer wireless router with support for the new Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) standard. It is a large router with many antennas, powerful hardware, and plenty of features. This router should be able to handle more devices than previous generations and provide faster Wi-Fi to everyone. If you want to know more about TP-Link Archer AX6000 and what it has to offer in terms of real-life performance, read this review:TP-Link Archer AX6000: Who is it good for?
This wireless router is a suitable choice for:
Were you browsing the internet when suddenly all hell broke loose and you got stuck with the dreadful "DNS address could not be found" message? Were there times when you would have done anything to get your favorite websites to load even a little bit faster? Or have you been looking for a way to enforce parental controls all over your local network, without having to manually configure each and every computer and device in your home? All these questions and problems can be answered and resolved with the help of public, third-party DNS servers.
Command Prompt proved itself to be one of the best tools for running basic commands that allow you to work with files and folders from Windows. However, the Command Prompt is much more powerful than just that. You can take things to the next level by running more than just a few advanced commands, including a range of handy network commands. Today, we're going to learn how to use Command Prompt to check the internet connection, the network connections, view information about network devices, and watch connections between your PC and other devices.
The world of wireless networking for consumers is getting exciting again. In the last year alone, we have witnessed the commercial launch of a new wireless standard - Wi-Fi 6 - and mesh Wi-Fi systems becoming commonplace. This year, ASUS is trying to lead the market with its ZenWiFi family of mesh Wi-Fi systems. Here is what makes them stand out, and why ASUS manages to offer the best of both worlds in one package - wireless routers, and mesh Wi-Fi systems:
When you work in a network with multiple computers and network shares, mapping a network drive so that you can access it from File Explorer can be useful. Similarly, if you need to work with FTP locations, mapping them as network drives in File Explorer might be just what you need to be more productive. If you want to know how to map an FTP drive, a network drive, or a web share in Windows 10, read this tutorial:
Like it or not, the Wi-Fi 6 network standard is here to stay. Wi-Fi 6 routers and equipment are launched regularly, and their aim is not only to convince people to buy new gadgets, but also to provide faster and more reliable wireless connectivity. TP-Link has recently launched a PCI-Express network card for desktop users who want to ditch cables, and want to switch to the fastest possible Wi-Fi. Its name is TP-Link Archer TX3000E, and here is what it has to offer:TP-Link Archer TX3000E: Who is it good for?
The TP-Link Archer TX3000E network card is an excellent choice for:
At CES 2020 (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, ASUS launched many products, including a new line-up of advanced mesh Wi-Fi systems. The most affordable of them is ASUS ZenWiFi AC (CT8), also known as ASUS RT-AC95U. It is a tri-band mesh Wi-Fi system that looks great. ZenWiFi AC (CT8) promises improved firmware and performance compared to the ASUS Lyra line-up from previous years. We took it for a spin, made plenty of measurements, and here is our opinion about what it has to offer:
Mapping network drives and other locations is a good way of keeping remote data at hand in your local area network. However, at some point, you might also want to delete some of these drive mappings and keep only those that you regularly use. In this article, we show you exactly how to do that. Here are four methods for deleting mapped drives and network locations from Windows 10:
Did you know that, if you have a Windows 10 laptop, tablet, or 2-in-1 device such as a Surface Pro, you can use the WPS standard to make quick connections to Wi-Fi networks without having to type in the passwords of wireless networks? Here's a complete guide for how to connect to Wi-Fi through WPS in Windows 10, on any PC, laptop, or device with a wireless network card:
Are the DNS servers provided by your Internet Service Provider (ISP) too slow? Are you concerned about online security? Or maybe you want to protect your children from inappropriate websites? Whatever the reason, changing your computer's DNS servers to something new, like the public DNS servers maintained by Cloudflare, Google, or OpenDNS can be helpful. Here are three ways to set DNS servers in Windows 10: