Hello.. I'm picoHat, a networking Enthusiast.
Having problem in your home network? Not too sure what you need to build a network?
Here is my mini blog telling about home and wireless network setup information and tips in order to help you to solve networking problems.
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- Home and wireless networking tutorial in Windows XP and Vista.
- Useful tips to build and maintain a network.
- Other related networking tips
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Windows 8 IP address configuration made easy! In order for computer to communicate with other computer, laptop or other network devices, it needs to have IP address configured properly.
Deleting wireless network profile is simple and easy in Windows 8! Sometimes you need to delete this wireless network profile if you face the problem for connecting to wireless network.
Enabling Windows 8 network discovery is similar to how it’s done in Windows 7 or Vista, so that your computer will be able to see other network computers and devices on the network and vice versa.
Changing Windows 8 computer name and workgroup is quite easy! Usually you will be prompted to provide computer name during Windows 8 installation, but...
How to change network location type in Windows 8? Huh! Seems it’s a bit tricky if you are new to Windows 8.
Starting Windows 8 WLAN AutoConfig service in very similar to how you did it in Windows 7. This is built-in wireless utility in Windows 8 that allows you to connect your wireless adapter...
Network or wireless adapter driver needs to be installed correctly in Windows 8 in order for you to connect the laptop to the network, and so I show you how to check its driver status here.
Let me show you a quick way for connecting to wireless network in Windows 8 here, it’s quite similar to how you do it in Windows 7.
Enabling BitLocker in your Microsoft Windows OS is a good step to secure it especially if it’s installed on laptop or other portable devices that is easily to be stolen.
Implementing network security? Yep.. This is important! You need to know the ways to safeguard your network in order to minimize the risk from being compromised by hackers, worms and viruses.