In this article, we explore a comprehensive tutorial featuring procedures to change wireless security on a laptop. Here we explore inevitable steps to take in changing the security/password of a wi-fi router using your laptop. You would also learn how to change your Wi-fi router’s security type here. The steps taken are listed below. 1. … Continue reading Procedures to change Wireless security on a Laptop
Despite the existence of laptops with built-in modems, majority of the laptops we have today rely on wi-fi connections, to gain access to the internet. Being the primary source of internet connectivity, having good wi-fi connections on laptops is very sacrosanct. Poor Wi-fi connections facilitate slow internet surfing, which is something the body wants. In this … Continue reading How to Boost PC Wi-Fi Connections and Improve Wi-Fi Range on a Laptop
Installed software not designed for your laptop? Did you install a wrong driver on your laptop? Or did you mistakenly delete one of the important programs your laptop came with? Any of these will certainly affect the proper functioning of your laptop. Things like this happen to us sometimes. Events like this usually call for … Continue reading How to Reset a Laptop to Factory Settings on Windows & MAC
Learn how to make Windows 10, 8 & 7 bootable from USB Flash Drive with UEFI support, using media creation tool, Windows robocopy or a third-party software.
Windows 10 comes with a lot of amazing features but not all of them are readily available. Let’s dig a little deeper and unveil new tweaks, tricks and features that will change the way you use your PC.
If you really want to get fancy, augment those hotkeys and use Windows 10 like a ninja, try new Windows 10 touchpad gestures for laptop.
Windows 10 adds all sorts of nifty new features designed to appeal to PC power users, but it also includes some nifty newcomers that you can’t actually see—fresh keyboard shortcuts!
Dense concentrations of Wi-Fi access points and routers in large cities could be attacked by malware able to spread silently from node to node, researchers at the University of Liverpool have shown for the first time. In the experiment conducted by Jonny Milliken, Valerio Selis and Professor Alan Marshall, a specially-crafted virus called ‘Chameleon’ was … Continue reading Wi-Fi ‘virus’ could be used to attack wireless access points
Microsoft has again painted a grim picture for customers who remain on Windows XP and Office 2003 after it ends support for the old OS and suite in early April, but it’s unclear if the company is succeeding in its campaign to convince holdouts to upgrade. In a blog post on Wednesday, Microsoft reiterated that … Continue reading Microsoft pleads with customers to ditch Windows XP and Office 2003
The recent versions of Google Chrome will let you synchronize your Google account with Chrome so that you don’t have to login again to each Google products (e.g. Google Drive, Gmail, Blogger, Google Play, etc) website you visit. This will also mean that anybody who has access to your Google Chrome browser can easily explore … Continue reading How to Create and Manage Multiple User Accounts in Google Chrome
Last month the US president; President Obama stressed that coding is important for the future of America. Hence this question: “If you are to master programming, what programming language will you learn first?”. This wrangle has been a real bone of contention in the past few years and will continue to rage inasmuch as newer generations are born and … Continue reading Which Programming Language will you Learn First?
Does the cluttered ribbon menu in windows 8 annoy you? Ian Paul – PC World will tell us exactly how to clean it up. When it comes to Windows, there is nothing I love more than Microsoft’s infamous Ribbon interface—and nothing I hate more. Using it in Microsoft Office is great, but adding Ribbon to Windows … Continue reading How to clean up File Explorer’s cluttered Ribbon menu in Windows 8
“All work without play” they said, “makes Jack a dull boy”. 2013 would have been incomplete without all the fun in it. Today, EWT is bringing your attention to the top 20 PC games that branded our 2013. The games shortlisted here can easily contend for the ‘best game of the year’ award. If your … Continue reading 2013: Top 20 PC Games that made it a Year
Android OS is gradually taking it’s place as the mobile king: every tom, dick and harry now own one. This insane increase in consumers has lead to the development of many third-party ‘useful’ Android application. As a measure intended to shield your Android device from malwares synonymous with most third-party applications, the OS does not … Continue reading Kingo Root: Discover 3 Steps to Root any Android Phone with 1 Click
Although future generations of PCs are likely to be operated on Android OS with Lenovo’s latest invention, Windows PC and Mac users can still enjoy Android apps without installing Android OS. Bluestacks is a free software that allows you to use your favorite Android apps on a Windows PC or Mac. You can download apps like … Continue reading Use 2go, BBM & Whatsapp on your Windows PC or Mac
Bill & Microsoft has made many structural changes by implementing Metro UI and Start Screen in Windows 8. But the PC side of Windows 8 has not seen any dramatic changes except the removal of Start Menu and Aero Glass Transparency feature. Windows 8 like Windows 7 and others before them, has a lot of … Continue reading 25 Best ‘Free’ Elegant Windows 8 Themes
When it is down to the customization of your Windows PC, it goes beyond the changing of icons and wallpaper. Windows 8, 7, XP and those before them, allows you to install custom themes of your preference, however, due to the fact that most of the themes developed by third-parties developers may contain malwares which … Continue reading How to Install Third-Party Windows 8 Themes
I know most of you or at least every EWT reader already knows about the new Airtel N200 (240MB) Blackberry Data Plan which you can use for 3 days. But I believe so many of you have not considered the possibilities of using this data plan on devices other than Blackberry Phones of which it was originally made … Continue reading Using Airtel N200 Blackberry (240MB) Data Plan on PC and other Devices
Wi-Fi hotspots are nothing more than just a wireless access point, which grants internet accessibility to network devices in various public locations, such as cafes, restaurants, hotels and airports. Schools and businesses are also opting for the Wi-Fi hotspots and using them for their intranet or internet networks.Same Wi-Fi technology is utilized in wireless networks … Continue reading Common-Sense While Using WI-FI Hot Spots
Ofcours, everyone wants to navigate more fluently on skype while using a computer but not everyone knows it’s “hotkeys”. The use of keyboard shortcuts helps you navigate easily and save time while using the VoIP service. “It makes you a Ninja” but unfortunately, not everyone knows how to setup this all important keyboard shortcuts. In this … Continue reading Explore Skype Keyboard Shortcuts Like a Ninja!