Having experimented with various powerline adapters over the last few months, who’d have thought that I could double my network speeds around the home with MoCA adapters? If you’re struggling with network speeds, it may be time to try out networking over your cable wires.
Many have tried and failed to crack the formula for a smart home security system that’s attractively priced, simple to use and offers great performance. Will the NETGEAR Arlo be the first to succeed?
Microsoft today released the Windows 10 Connector for Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials for manual download and installation on Windows 10 PCs.
If you want to upgrade the Intel Compute Stick to Windows 10, you’re welcome to do so, but with such limited storage capacity, there are a couple of steps along the way to be aware of.
If you’re seeking an alternative method of installing Windows 10 today and you subscribe to one of Microsoft’s digital software distribution programs, then you’ll be pleased to know that Windows 10 ISO files and license keys are now available for MSDN and Action Pack subscribers.
A brief check on my Twitter feed at 6 a.m. Eastern this morning confirmed the news. The free upgrade to Windows 10 is now available in 190 countries around the world.
We Got Served reviews the Garmin nuviCam premium Sat Nav with integrated dash cam. A compelling alternative for those wanting a new navigation device?
The simplest wireless 5.1 home theater setup around, you’ll find cheaper options available than the SONOS PLAYBAR, SUB and PLAY:3 combo, but not many that deliver such impressive audio, an expansive soundstage and a first class user experience. If you’re thinking of purchasing the PLAYBAR alone, get a demo of the full setup and you’ll agree it’s time to treat yourself.
The TP-LINK AV1200 Powerline Adapter Starter Kit offers very fast network performance that is ideal for high-definition media streaming and other bandwidth-intensive tasks. With easy connection and a passthrough power outlet, it’s a great choice for AV enthusiasts and other home users seeking a strong and reliable network connection.
In Part 3 of our extensive guide to Microsoft Intune, it’s time to add some users who’ll be using the service to manage their devices.
If, like me, you’re more used to hammering out fast network speeds on computers than actually using a hammer to, you know, build stuff then upgrading your abode with the latest smart home kit is going to require some thought – and a lot of research.