Wake-On-LAN on Windows: The Best Feature You’re Not Using

Wake-on-LAN (WoL) is an underappreciated and underused part of the Windows 10 operating system. If you’re like many casual Windows users, the phrase “Wake-on-LAN” is probably already sending you to sleep. After all, LAN connections Networking 101: Ethernet, LANs, and How They Work Networking 101: Ethernet, LANs, and How They Work Even for modern users, the language surrounding home networking can be a little confusing. What’s a LAN? Why do I need an Ethernet cable? Isn’t it all the same?

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Tinder Privacy: 8 Things You’re Doing Wrong

Download an app, create a profile, swipe right when you like what you’re seeing, left when you don’t. Using Tinder isn’t rocket science. However, if online dating Online Dating – Men Don’t Get It And Women Don’t Understand Online Dating – Men Don’t Get It And Women Don’t Understand Do online dating websites work? It’s time for a frank discussion! What I learned from interviews was that online dating is equally painful for men and for women, but for very

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Facebook adds live video Fan Club feature, but you’re not cool enough to see it

Facebook is quietly working on a mysterious new app for its Live Video platform. It’s called Fan Club App, and it appears to be specifically designed to help you and other influencers boost engagement with your audience.Unfortunately, the social media giant is yet to enable Fan Club to users – even though the company is already testing a shortcut to the app within Live Video.Here is how you can check it out, assuming you are one of the few people

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Cord Cutting Only Sucks If You’re Trying to Replicate Cable

The cord cutting pushback has begun. Wired, The LA Times and even my own colleagues have all argued that cutting the cord is starting to lose its luster, and that as more companies break off into their own streaming services (instead of putting their content up on Netflix), cord cutting will soon be just as expensive as cable.These articles are technically correct. But they also miss the point a bit: paying for all those services isn’t the only way to cut

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There will be a public E3 this year, and you’re invited

This year, for the first time, E3 will be hosting a public event in Los Angeles, the ESA has confirmed. The event, called E3 Live, is free to attend, and is a three-day event held between June 14th and June 16th. Meanwhile the ‘real’ E3 2016 remains a press-only event, and runs across the same dates. EA is also hosting its own public event called EA Live after having announced its decision to not attend the conference earlier this year.

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