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The Definitive Motherboard Guide

The Definitive Motherboard Guide

    The Complete Motherboard Guide

    The motherboard is the unsung hero of every computer. Motherboards have no major effect on a computers performance, and so they are not as well loved as more easily measured components like video cards and processors. However, the motherboard is the foundation of every computer.

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Wireless Printing

Wireless Printing

Technology has come far over the past few decades. This fact is evidenced by the fact that you can’t watch a movie that is only ten or fifteen years old without fighting the urge to giggle at some of the technology being used; case in point: The Net starring Sandra Bullock, 1995. This is a movie about conspiracy and espionage in the modern age of computers but the technology used is a far cry from the sophisticated technology of today’s world.

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Canon MP620 – Will the MP620 Printer Make a Good Stocking Stuffer This Year?

Canon MP620 - Will the MP620 Printer Make a Good Stocking Stuffer This Year?

The MP620 all-in-one printer was the last item needed to complete my wife’s home office. I gave it to her as an early Christmas gift, after looking at multi function printers for a solid 2 weeks!So far, she and I have used many of the functions of the Canon MP620. Certainly we have used it enough to pass on some helpful impressions of it’s performance.

We were really looking for a model that did not take up much space, as my wife’s office is quite small.

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Selecting an Access Point

Selecting an Access Point

The central piece of hardware in your WLAN is the access point (AP). It sends and receives signals between clients on the network. The AP provides a central point of connectivity for all of the wireless clients and can interface with an Ethernet network or broadband Internet connection. In addition to providing connectivity to wireless NICs (Network Interface Controller), the AP can provide other network services, usually supplied by a server or router in a large network.

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