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  • How to Configure Windows 8.1 Networks to Be Public or Private

    When you first connect to a new network, Windows 8.1 asks if you want to find devices and content on the network. Choosing “Yes” designates the network as “Private” and allows you to, for example, connect to a remote printer and...
    By C. Taylor March 17, 2015 

  • How to Force a Program to Only Use Your VPN

    A VPN helps protect your privacy by concealing your true IP address and encrypting data between your computer and the VPN server. However, one flaw in this approach is realized when the VPN unexpectedly disconnects.
    By C. Taylor February 23, 2015 

  • How to Correct Scripting Errors in Windows

    Are you seeing Windows script host errors on your computer? It is easy to fix problems caused by corrupted scripting components so read on to learn how.
    By Donna Buenaventura October 28, 2011 


  • Shopping Guide: Windows Virtual Server Hosting

    What Windows virtual hosting to use? Does your location matter when subscribing for a hosting server? Is there unmetered virtual server hosting available to users?
    By Donna Buenaventura July 7, 2011 

  • WiMAX vs LTE - Wireless Broadband Technologies

    LTE and WiMAX are two different technologies. LTE, being newer than WiMAX, is starting to become popular and perhaps will leave WiMAX behind in the race.
    By Bruce Tyson July 7, 2011 

  • VPN Setup on Windows Server 2003 - Dedicated ISA Gateway - Part 2 of 2

    In this second of two parts, we cover how to setup a dedicated VPN Gateway server using Microsoft's ISA on Windows Server 2003 (Part 1 covered using a standalone Windows Server 2003 with RRAS)
    By jeff June 9, 2011 


  • Wireless N Buyer's Guide to Choosing a Router

    Wireless N has come of age. If you have a business that's looking for optimum connectivity and signal strength or are a user at home trying to get the most out of a wireless network, then Wireless N is for you. Here we review the best Wireless N routers...
    By Finn Orfano June 1, 2011 

  • Setting Up Microsoft SQL 2008 in VirtualBox

    Need to setup a SQL Server but don't have the hardware? You can setup a database server and use virtualization to expand your server farm without any additional hardware. This tutorial shows how to setup a Microsoft SQL Server in VirtualBox on...
    By Steve Mallard June 1, 2011 

  • Java Programming For Beginners - Part 14

    In this article, we continue to explain some basic concepts required in Java programming. First, we describe the Java reserved words. We then give the rules to follow in making up "user identifiers" in Java. We end with some naming conventions...
    By Noel Kalicharan May 23, 2011 

  • Java Programming For Beginners - Part 19

    In this article, we discuss how floating-point values are printed in Java. We show what happens when we print them with and without using a “field width”.
    By Noel Kalicharan May 23, 2011 
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