airpint

What is airprint?

It seems that printer manufacturers make printers more complex and you need their software and drivers to make the printer work, there must be a

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Dynamic DNS

Most servers on the Internet keep the same IP address all the time, it makes life easy for their users. However, users on non-business broadband

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websitemyths

6 Website myths

Here are some common myths associated with websites: 1. My site will sell itself – I don’t need to advertise Having a website is like

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CES

Back in 1967, the Consumer Electronics Show was launched, and every year it shows off the latest tech every year in Las Vegas. Integrated Tech

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Wifi 6E and 6GHz

Back in 1997, it was the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers that created a standard for wireless networking we still use today. Over the

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A good keyboard

The Logitech K400+ is my go-to keyboard of choice when I’m repairing computers. If you have a laptop with a bad keyboard or the touch

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Linux Mint

In my spare time I am reinstalling old laptops and desktop computers for Tubbs Computer Supplies so they can be given to low income families.

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Review sites

I have always used Trading Standards Buy With Confidence for my reviews and testimonials, however since they merged with Hampshire, I no longer get testimonials

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Free encryption

In the past there was a program called True Crypt that used to do advanced encryption. Unfortunately, during an inspection by the company there were

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Scam calls

I’ve just received an automated phone call to my voicemail that pertains to be from HMRC. HMRC If you have ever dealt with the HMRC,

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QR Codes

QR codes (Quick Response) are matrix barcodes that have been around since 1994. They were originally designed for the purpose of tracking vehicles during manufacturer.

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