Networking problems can leave you failing to get online. From dodgy routers to incorrect network settings, there can be all sorts of explanations for various internet and network errors. Read our simple, jargon-free advice to help get you back online, including fixing router problems, adjusting your computer’s networking settings, and getting networked devices talking to each other.

No Sound on Internet Explorer 11 in Windows 10

No Sound on Internet Explorer 11 in Windows 10

Although Microsoft deprecated Internet Explorer with the release of Windows 10 and introduced the all-new browser named Microsoft Edge, some people still tend to use Internet Explorer because of work or some other reasons. Microsoft Edge was built for the modern web, for the modern usage of websites that render with new technologies, APIs and more. But some websites that

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Use webmail instead of Windows Live Mail

Use webmail instead of Windows Live Mail If you’ve been suffering problems with Windows Live Mail, you’re not alone. Microsoft has made some changes to its email programs and services that have affected @outlook.com, @hotmail.com, @live.com or @msn.com accounts. The effect? If you have an email address ending like one of these, they will no longer work with the Windows

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