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How to set up your Wi-Fi, configure your wireless router, or mesh Wi-Fi system. How to work with networking features, share files, stream media, and more.

Synology WRX560 review: An excellent mesh Wi-Fi 6 router!

Mesh Wi-Fi systems have become a lot more popular in recent years. They are a very good choice when you want wireless coverage for larger living spaces or office areas, and most of them offer almost the same features as traditional routers do. This is also true for Synology WRX560,...

ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000 review: Futureproof your Wi-Fi!

ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000 is a massive Wi-Fi6E router with an aggressive yet good-looking design that tries to attract people who want the best money can buy. It also packs some great hardware and an extensive list of features that cater to the needs of different audiences:...

ASUS ROG Flow X16 (2022) review: Gaming in a hybrid design

ASUS ROG Flow X16 (2022) is a 2-in-1 gaming laptop with an industrial design and a large 16-inch touchscreen. You don’t see many models like it in the gaming market, and ASUS’s approach is rather innovative. Moreover, its hardware configuration tends to be on the high-performance...

TP-Link Deco XE75 review: Simplicity meets Wi-Fi 6E!

Wi-Fi 6E is slowly but steadily gaining ground, and today, we can choose between several routers and mesh Wi-Fi systems that provide support for it. While this standard is not yet available on affordable devices, you can find it on mid-range ones like TP-Link Deco XE75. It’s one of...

How to add a wireless printer to your Wi-Fi network

There are many people who need to install a printer in their home network. Suppose you are planning to buy one soon. In that case, you should consider a wireless printer, as it allows you to print from anywhere in your home and helps you eliminate one more wire. This lets you place...

ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AXE16000 review: Say hi to Wi-Fi 6E!

ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AXE16000 is the world’s first quad-band Wi-Fi 6E router, and it’s one of the largest, heaviest, and most expensive routers I’ve tested. I was impressed by its hardware specifications before I received it, and after two weeks of testing it, I’m still...

How to change the Subnet Mask in Windows (5 ways)

Subnet masks are used to split IP addresses into two different parts: one of them tells you the computer or device’s address, while the other tells you the network to which it belongs. In other words, subnet masks are used to divide networks into subnetworks, so...

How to use WPS in Windows 11 to connect to Wi-Fi networks

If you have a Windows 11 PC, you can use WPS to connect to a Wi-Fi network without knowing its password. As long as the router supports the WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) standard and it’s enabled on it, you can connect by simply pushing a button on the router. Here’s the...

What is my DNS? How to find your DNS servers in Windows (7 ways)

Do you know how to find the IP addresses of your DNS servers? Would you like to learn how to do that? If you are a Windows 11 or Windows 10 user, there are many methods to find the addresses of the DNS servers that your computer or device is using. You can find this information in...

How to change the IP address in Windows 10 and Windows 11 (4 ways)

Have you ever wondered how to change the IP address in Windows 10 or Windows 11? Do you want to learn how to do that from the Settings app or the Control Panel? Maybe you’re a command-line fan and want to learn how to change the IP address from Command...

How to use your Windows PC as a wireless display

Windows 11 and Windows 10 are two operating systems that include a special feature called “Wireless Display.” It can enhance your experience in a good way by allowing you to transform your computer or laptop into a secondary screen. Once this feature is installed and...

What makes a good wireless router and how to choose one

Picking a router or mesh Wi-Fi system that delivers fast and reliable Wi-Fi and excellent coverage is difficult, especially if you’re not an IT professional. To make things harder, manufacturers describe their routers using lots of acronyms and marketing terms that have little to...

How to change DNS settings in Windows

Are the DNS servers offered 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...