Network Articles

How to Get Bluetooth on a Laptop

Many modern laptops offer wireless technology that enables you connect many types of peripherals via a Bluetooth signal. While most new laptops ...

What Is the Difference Between Mobile Tethering & Hotspots?

When it comes to accessing the Internet through a laptop or tablet device, you have the option of using a tethering arrangement or a wireless ...

The Differences Between Ethernet, Token Ring, FIDDI & Wireless

According to the latest Census report, 70 percent of households in the United States have at least one computer connected to the Internet, used for ...

How to Set Up a Bridge Using Two Routers

Using a wireless bridge can extend the range of your wireless network, allowing you to connect devices wirelessly across different rooms or floors. ...

How to Network Your Computers

It's not surprising that home networking is hot: Nearly 70 percent of U.S. households with broadband connections have more than one computer. If ...

How to Position a Wi-Fi Antenna

Most modern wireless routers do a reasonably good job of delivering clear signals to Wi-Fi capable computers and devices used near the device. ...

How Do I Set Up Port Forwarding for Remote Desktop?

The Windows Remote Desktop program (also known as RDP) uses port 3389 by default to communicate back and forth between computers that are connected ...

How to Tell If Your Internet Traffic Is Being Monitored

Though many people consider their computer to be personal space, your privacy can be compromised by watchful employers, jealous exes and malicious ...

How to Increase Wireless Distance

Wireless distance, or wireless range, describes how far a wireless network signal can travel and maintain enough strength for a computer to use the ...