How to set up a security key for a wireless network Windows Vista and Windows 7 (Information on WEP provided for Windows XP users)

Personal information and files on your wireless network can sometimes be seen by people who skulk around looking for open (non-secured) Wi-Fi networks. Today’s wireless routers have much greater operating ranges (the distance the wireless signal travels), and this means that someone 200-300 feet away from your home can access your connection. If they have… Read More »

Set up a security key for a wireless network

Personal information and files on your wireless network can sometimes be seen by people who skulk around looking for open (non-secured) Wi-Fi networks. Today’s wireless routers have much greater operating ranges (the distance the wireless signal travels), and this means that someone 200-500 feet away (and sometimes farther) from your home can access your connection.… Read More »

How to set up a security key for a wireless network

Personal information and files on your wireless network can sometimes be seen by people who skulk around looking for open (non-secured) Wi-Fi networks. Today’s wireless routers have much greater operating ranges (the distance the wireless signal travels), and this means that someone 200-500 feet away (and sometimes farther) from your home can access your connection.… Read More »

Defending Our Decision to Support Our XP Users for One More Year

Defending Our Decision to Support Our XP Users for One More Year Recently we worked on an XP computer belonging to a lady who is a member of a computer club. After we finished cleaning and optimizing her computer, removing malware, installing Chrome, configuring it, importing IE favorites, and then installing and configuring Emsisoft, we… Read More »

Secure your wireless network

Personal information and files on your wireless network can sometimes be seen by people who skulk around looking for open (non-secured) Wi-Fi networks. Today’s wireless routers have much greater operating ranges (the distance the wireless signal travels), and this means that someone 200-500 feet away (and sometimes farther) from your home can access your connection.… Read More »