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    Improve Your WiFi Security

    Most routers from an ISP have a reasonable amount of protection enabled by default, however, as with most things of a technical nature, it’s possible to improve this further. Here are our top ten tips…

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  • SanDisk Extreme PRO Portable SSD – Review

    The device that puts the ’solid’ into Solid State Drive! If you regularly carry around data, or need storage that can take the knocks, a ruggedised drive is for you.

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    How To Make Video Calls – The Complete Guide

    Being isolated from friends and family is difficult at any time, but even more so during the current Covid-19 outbreak. If you are looking at ways to keep in better contact with your loved ones,…

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  • Coronavirus – Keeping Your Workspace Clean

    With Coronavirus infections rising by the hour, catching the virus might seem almost inevitable. However, it doesn’t mean we can’t keep ourselves and our workplaces clean – to help minimise the spread to those who…

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    Coronavirus – Tips For Working From Home Efficiently

    Home working or remote working was becoming an increasingly popular option even before the Coronavirus began to force it upon people. But working from home and working in your office are two very different prospects…

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    5 Things You Need Before Installing WordPress

    Wordpress makes building a website relatively easy. But that doesn't mean that you won't need to do some planning and setting up before you plunge into choosing themes and adding plugins.

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    Mastering the Mac Finder

    As the Finder underpins everything you do in macOS, it pays to familiarise yourself with its features and functions. Here we show you how to use a Finder window, including a guide to its navigation…

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  • why you need a VPN

    Should You Be Using a VPN?

    The connection from your computer to the VPN server, via the client, is usually secure to the tune of 256-bit encryption levels, depending on the VPN company who is hosting the service.

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    How to Solve Windows Network Problems

    Locating and diagnosing networking problems can be one of more difficult and frustrating issues that face the computer user. While it’s easy enough to simply restart the computer, thus restarting all the core services, the…

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  • 5 Great Adobe Photoshop Alternatives

    Professional quality image editing software, such as Adobe Photoshop, can be very expensive. Luckily, there are actually a lot of different options out there which cost nothing and give you access to some very impressive…

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    Teaching Your Kids To Use Email Safely

    We’re often so concerned over social media, online gaming and chat sites that we tend to ignore one of the most common threats to online safety for young people and children, email. Whilst it’s a…

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    Easy Ways to Boost Your Wi-Fi Range and Speed

    Are you plagued by slow wireless Internet speeds? Does your Wi-Fi drop out at the worst possible times? Smart TV spending more time buffering than streaming your favourite shows? Then it sounds like you need…

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  • Using macOS’s Desktop Stacks

    If your Mac’s desktop regularly gets cluttered with folders, file icons and other such material that you’re currently working on, there’s a solution at hand in macOS. With a click of your mouse or trackpad,…

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  • History of the Cloud

    History Of Cloud Computing

    Despite the cloud being a fairly new technological term, you may be surprised to discover that the concept behind it can be traced back almost to the very beginnings of the modern computer age.

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  • Using the Continuity Features on Apple Devices

    With a Mac running OS X 10.10 or later, and a mobile device with iPadOS or iOS 8 or later installed, your Apple gear works together seamlessly. You can make and receive calls on your…

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