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How to access router settings and change your Wi-Fi password

How to access router settings and change your Wi-Fi password – By Ry Crist CNET
It’s always been important to set a strong password for your home’s Wi-Fi network, and it’s a good habit to change that password on a semiregular basis, too. That said, a lot of us tend to set our routers up and then never think about them again. Perhaps you let your ISP set up your network when you first started service with them, or maybe you asked a tech-savvy friend set it up for you. Maybe it’s just been a while since you’ve messed with your router’s settings and you can’t remember where to start.

Turn on Caps Lock on a Chromebook

How to turn on Caps Lock on a Chromebook – By Joshua Goldman CNET
It’s one of the first things people new to Chromebooks notice: The Caps Lock key on the keyboard isn’t a Caps Lock key at all. On Chromebooks, Google replaced it with a Search key also known as the Launcher key or, as of late last year, the Everything button. Why? Because many people today use search more than they use strings of all capital letters. And Google’s kind of known for search, so it all makes sense.

What apps run on Chrome OS? These are the Best Chrome OS apps!

What apps run on Chrome OS? These are the Best Chrome OS apps! – By Jeff Springer www-xda–developers-com.cdn.ampproject.org
Chrome OS is unfairly typecast by some as an uninteresting operating system with minimal app support. This is of course entirely false. It’s true that Chrome OS is incredibly lightweight and without a lot of frills on the surface. But app support exists in abundance with excellent web apps, Chrome extensions, Android apps, and Linux apps available. With these apps you can do just about anything—play games, edit photos, and even develop new apps.

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