Internet & Network

Browser, adapter, router… The tutorials here will show you how to troubleshoot your network problems, and how to make the most of your network connection.

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Internet & Network

[SOLVED] Images not loading on chrome | quickly & easily!

Images are not loading in your Chrome? Or you only see broken images or broken image icons on Chrome? you've come to the right place! Many Windows users have reported this issue recently. But don't worry! You can fix this issue on your own quickly & easily after reading this...
Internet & Network

[SOLVED] This Content is Unavailable in Your Country

It's such a bummer when you see notifications like "This content is not available in your country." The exact wording doesn't have to be identical, but their inner meaning is quite the same - now you're most likely faced with geo-blocking, which implies the country you're in doesn't enable you legal access to the content you're browsing. So what should you do to bypass such geographical restrictions and head over to the content that tickles your fancy? I'll hit the point straight off the bat - use a VPN. Aside...
Internet & Network

Do You need a VPN for Kodi?

You might be confused, why you need a VPN for Kodi? You might be using Kodi right now. If you have encountered the following problem, or if you are bothered by one of the questions below, you may need a VPN. Are you using Kodi only for playing the media on your device?Are you worried about leaking your personal data?Are you outside the US and EU but want the latest information from these countries? Do you have Kodi buffering issue? If the answer to your first question is "Yes", you...
Internet & Network

Check Static or Dynamic IP Quickly & Easily

Each computer in a network has its own internal IP address. The IP address can be static and dynamic but how do you know which one you are using? 4 Steps to check: Step 1: In your keyboard, press Windows Key (with Windows logo on it) + R together. Step 2: Type "cmd" and click OK. Step 3: In the command window, type "ipconfig /all " and press the Enter key. Step 4: Find the line "DHCP Enabled". "Yes" means your IP address is dynamic, "No" means it's static. Images...
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