Tag: router

Network Adapters And Bindings

Automatic Metric Solves Wireless and Ethernet Network Issues

Automatic Metric: Windows 7 Laptop Will Only Connect to Huawei E5372 on UK Three Network, OR the Wired Home Network Windows 8 Computers Work Fine Though! Automatic Metric is the place to be! I have two networks essentially: The “normal” wired network (gigabyte ethernet) that links all computers and printers through the Cisco Router. The…
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December 20, 2014 0

Synology – Better Than Most Backup Solutions for Me!

What is the Best Backup for Windows in a Small Home or Office?  (SOHO) This is the question I asked myself over two years ago.  At the time I recommended the SynologyDS210j and I still would if they made it! It’s now been replaced by the DS212j, that’s it on the left. This though, is…
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March 19, 2013 0

What is the Best Backup for Windows in a Small Home or Office?

What is the Best Backup for Windows in a Small Home or Office? Which Windows Backup?  A History. Over the years I’ve tried many systems for backing up crucial Windows data.  Currently for small-scale backups I use the ubiquitous and almost bullet-proof flash drives, my current one tipping the scales at 8Gb.  But for major…
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December 5, 2010 0

OpenDNS,give it a try.

I’ve set up OpenDNS, https://www.opendns.com/ on my home router to give it a try. This is for a few reasons: To see what it’s like 🙄 To block out phishing sites globally.  This is a test at giving myself an extra layer of security without hitting the PC or router performance. To block out gambling…
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December 17, 2008 0

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