If you are using one of the latest versions of Windows 10, you might have faced the notification: This Wi-Fi network uses an older security standard that might not protect you. In this article we will explain what this means and what you should do to improve your wireless security.
We live in an era of smart devices and Internet. Everybody who wants to have a communication device in their pocket, has it there.
In addition to cellular connection, there are a lot of messengers which can be used to send texts, smileys, pictures, videos, links and perform voice and video calls.
In past times there was a problem: “how to reach a person?” And everyone dreamed about personal pocket device with the Internet connection. But now there is another problem: “How to escape from intrusive people, their calls and messages?”
Here is how to display or hide the battery percentage near the battery icon in the Menu Bar and Control Center on macOS 11 Big Sur. From this tutorial you will also learn how to hide the battery icon entirely. Apple think that you don’t need to see the battery percentage as they tell us …
AccuBattery is the app designed to estimate your battery health and alert you to disconnect your phone from the charger when the battery is charged to 80% (or the level you chose). But what to do if the AccuBattery app stopped alerting you when the certain charge level has been reached? The notification permissions is the thing you should check to fix the problem.
I know that most people turn off all notifications for AccuBattery by mistake because they want to somehow get rid of the annoying Battery Status notification in the shade and don’t know how to do that the right way. However, in some skins like Flyme by Meizu there’s no way to turn off the battery status notification without affecting the charge alarm.
It is a common problem when you forget the security key for your Wi-Fi because everything has been working well for a long time. And suddenly you need to enter your Wi-Fi password again.
It may happen if you decided to reinstall Windows on your laptop, change the account or perhaps if you want to connect your new smartphone or tablet to your home wireless network.
Today we will show you how to view Wireless Network Security Key saved in Windows 10. Guide updated to meet all changes in the recent Windows 10 version.
In this article I will explain how to stop your Windows 10 from reopening the apps that were open the moment you shut down or restarted your PC the next time you log in to your user account.
Of course, this feature may be useful for someone, but I don’t need to reopen those last apps & programs, cause if they were running at yesterday’s night, this doesn’t mean I will need them all today in the morning. Even if I really need them, it’s not a problem to reopen them again manually. If you agree with me on this, keep reading.