5 Steps to Enable 5 GHz Wi-Fi on TP-Link Router

Enable 5 GHz band on TP-Link Wi-Fi Router

Most routers are able to work simultaneously in 2 frequency ranges. 5 GHz range gets more and more popular every day, especially as new devices with the 802.11ax standard are released. Thus, the recently introduced iPhone 11 supports Wi-Fi 6 standard and its owners already have a number of wireless routers with 802.11ax support to choose from.

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5 Ways to Open Network Connections from CMD and Windows 10 GUI

Network Connections Windows 10

Network Connections is a Control Panel applet but it is still actively used in Windows 10 because Microsoft has not developed its substitute in modern Settings app. Admins and experienced users often need to launch the Network Connections applet for various purposes: change the IP-address for Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection, enable / disable IPv6, assign Google DNS for the current PC, etc. In this guide you will learn how to open Network Connections on Windows 10 from CMD (Command Line), PowerShell, Run dialogue, Settings app and Control Panel.

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How to Connect iPhone to Wi-Fi from Control Center [iOS 13]

Connect iPhone to Wi-Fi network from Control Center

In this detailed and easy-to-follow step-by-step guide we will show all possible methods to connect your iPhone to a Wi-Fi network at your home or office. As you might know, in iOS 13 Apple added a new way to connect an iPhone to a wireless network using the Control Center. So now it is much faster and more convenient.

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Security Mode: Open, WEP, WPA, WPA2, WPA3? – Which One to Use?

WPA2 as security mode wifi router

Here is my piece of advise concerning which security mode to use – WEP, WPA, WPA2 or WPA3. I will update this article as the new wireless equipment is released to meet the real world conditions. As you might understand, in perfect you should of course use the latest version because it is up-to-date in all meanings of these words – more safe and more secure.

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How to Use the Mobile Hotspot and Wi-Fi Sharing on Galaxy S20, S10, Note 10

Mobile Hotspot Samsung Galaxy S10

How to configure and use the Mobile Hotspot feature on Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e/Note 10 on Android 9 Pie and make your mobile phone act as a wireless router for sharing the Internet.

As every other Android device Galaxy S10 has a built-in Mobile Hotspot feature that allows you to use your phone as a Wi-Fi router and share your cellular Internet connection (mobile data) to any device around you. In such a way you can provide Internet to your laptop, desktop with a wireless adapter or any mobile gadget such as iPhone, iPad or another Android device. This can turn out to be extremely cool when your ISP is down or you are somewhere in the wilderness.

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4 Ways to Forget a Wi-Fi Network on Windows 10

Every time you connect to a Wi-Fi network Windows 10 saves the password, security mode and other settings. The primary goal behind this is to free you from entering the security key each time you connect to this hotspot or just reboot your PC or laptop.

Your PC can store an unlimited number of saved Wi-Fi network profiles that you have ever connected to. You may no longer remember what kind of hotpot is ‘tp-link123’ but the profile will still be saved. And in particular cases you might want your computer to forget some of them.

In this guide we will explain 4 ways to forget and manually delete a saved Wi-Fi network profile on Windows 10 to prevent your PC to automatically connect to it.

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Wi-Fi: Enabled, Bridged. Can’t Modify Network Connection Settings on Windows 10

Wi-Fi Enabled Bridged

Wi-Fi: Enabled, Bridged – What Does It Mean?

If you have a wireless network card in your computer (laptops always have one) and you open the Network connections (press Win+R, type ncpa.cpl and hit Enter), you may see Enabled, Bridged under your Wi-Fi connection. Moreover, you will probably see Not connected in front of IPv4 and IPv6 protocols if you double-click it:

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