This article explores how you can determine the various computers and devices that are connected to your home Wi-Fi network with the help of a free application called Who Is On My WiFi. The necessary steps were briefly discussed, as well as other helpful tips.
Zero Code Tech
...because I also write quite a lot of tech stuff that isn't necessarily programming. Every article in this category is a technology article. Some are even problem-solving (or how-to) articles. But generally, they contain zero code (or maybe very little generic code). If you love tech, but are not exactly a software developer, you should be able to follow and appreciate the content in this section.
At the end of my previous post Moving A VirtualBox VM With Snapshots, I described a common VirtualBox error you may experience when you try to clone virtual machines and move them around. The error is associated with VirtualBox Guest Additions which is usually installed across individual virtual machine instances.
Windows 10 will be the next major release of the Microsoft Windows operating system. It is scheduled for release late 2015. The question on many people’s minds, however, is: “What happened to Windows 9?” It seems a little illogical to move from Windows 8/8.1 straight to Windows 10. This article discusses some partially confirmed and mostly speculative reasons why Microsoft decided to ditch Windows 9 even though it was the next obvious version number, and move straight to Windows 10.
Developing a new native app for both Android and iOS at the same time could be expensive. So indie app developers often opt for releasing their app on one platform first and then working on the other platform version later. This article discusses the pros and cons of developing your new app on Android vs iOS.
Using public WiFi hot spots are convenient, but can be a major security issue for unsuspecting users. Hackers and criminals can use these to their advantage to gain all kinds of private information and access to business networks. Learn the pitfalls of public WiFi and how they can be avoided.
With the recent announcement of the general availability release of SharePoint Server 2019, two questions at the top of the minds of many SharePoint Server admins are, “How do we get to SharePoint 2019 from our current SharePoint Server version? And what will the upgrade process be like?” This article will dig deep into the available upgrade options starting from MOSS 2007 (WSS 3.0) all the way up to SharePoint Server 2019. In the process, I will provide insights on upgrade versus migration and information that will help you in selecting the best upgrade option for your company.