If you delete a Wi-Fi network profile in macOS, your Mac will never connect to this hotspot unless you do it manually by selecting the network and typing its password (a.k.a. network security key). Here is how to disable auto-join and forget a Wi-Fi network by deleting its profile in macOS Big Sur.
iOS 14 Beta 2 brought an extremely useful feature for improving Wi-Fi privacy & security. From now on your iPhone and iPad that run iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 respectively will use a random MAC address for every new Wi-Fi network you join. This will prevent the admin of the hotspot or server from tracking your device.
As I understood, the unique random MAC will be used for each network. This will be especially useful when connecting to public hotspots because from now on you can opt to not expose the real physical address of your Wi-Fi module.
WiFi connected but no Internet access! Help! Oh yes, how many times have I seen topics on forums called with these exact words. So many various phones, PCs, routers involved, so many possible reasons of the same problem and so many solutions that can help in one case but don’t work in another.
Usually the issue looks like the following: you select your WiFi network, the authentication passes normally and then you see familiar Connected near you WiFi network name (SSID). But the problem is that in a few seconds the notification No internet appears next to it. In such cases you can see:
- Connected (No internet, secured) near WiFi network name or WiFi has no Internet access. Tap for options in the notification panel on Android devices.
- Internet may not be available. Connect to another network on Samsung Galaxy devices;
- Connected but unable to access the Internet on Meizu phones;
- a yellow triangle with the exclamation mark on the network icon on Windows machines and again this error “No Internet”.
In this guide we collected all possible solutions that should help you fix the problem and get rid of Connected, no Internet, No internet access, Internet may not be available and similar errors on Windows PC and various mobile devices.
We must admit that there is no nuclear solution to fix the problem in one click. That is why you have to try all methods listed below. Hopefully, one of them will work in your case. Do not skip steps and you will hopefully find out why you have WiFi connected but no Internet.
Have you ever asked yourself “How can I block calls from people that are not in my iPhone’s contacts?” The conversation topic is very interesting, especially today, when there are more and more unwanted calls every day.
Some time ago we already wrote a comprehensive tutorial on filtering incoming calls on Android. Now it’s time to explain how to block calls from strangers on iPhone with the latest version of iOS.
Note that in this guide you will find a lot of fresh and useful tips related to blocking incoming calls including voice calls from unknown people in WhatsApp and Telegram messengers. We took all our iPhones, did a lot of experiments and wrote this guide based on the results.
All screenshots taken on iOS 13.5 but all information is correct for iOS 14 as well. Looking ahead, we hasten to say that iPhone handles privacy much better that Android when it comes to rejecting and filtering incoming calls.
Here is the guide on how to block all incoming phone calls from numbers that are not in your contacts on Android phone: stock Android, Huawei, Xiaomi, Meizu.
It’s quite simple to block a single caller on Android but what to do if you are attacked by a squall of calls from different strange phone numbers? Of course, you may ban them one by one but you will continue to receive unwanted calls from yet a new number each time.
In this case the white-list technology will help you out. You need to block all stranger (callers whose numbers are not added to your contacts) but let all your contacts easily reach you.
In this article we will explain how to block strangers using the built-in phone apps and do the same using third-party call managers.
Not all programs have such an option in settings that lets you enable or disable the automatic start of the program when you turn on your PC. But you may want to add programs to startup in Windows 10 and make them automatically launch when the PC boots up to a user account.
By the way, it’s not only about apps. You can do the same even with a document, URL address or folder if you need. Here is an ultimate guide on how to find the startup folder for a particular user or for all users and make a program run at startup in Windows 10.