Wireless networks are known to be fickle beasts, delivering inconsistent speeds and disconnecting throughout the day. However, there are steps you can take to bring your network—and browsing experience—back to 100 percent. NetSpot Pro for Windows allows you to visualize, optimize, and troubleshoot your wireless networks with any PC or Mac so you can get the best connection possible at all times, and it's on sale for $39 in the Boing Boing Store.
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Lifetime licenses to NetSpot Pro for Windows and Mac are available today for $39 in the Boing Boing Store.
The text of the proposed legislation has not been released.
“YouTube is disabling all comments on videos featuring young children as it attempts to head off an organised ring of paedophiles who were using its site to trade clips of young girls in states of undress,” says the Guardian’s Alex Hern.
The company says 190 employees in Santa Clara and Sunnyvale, CA will lose their jobs.
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Computer slowing down? There are a ton of reasons why that might be, especially if your unit has a few years on it. Junk files and programs can accumulate over time, some even left over from otherwise uninstalled software. This virtual debris can slow your PC down dramatically, but there’s a surprisingly quick fix. Lauded […]