Netctl makes it easy to use Systemd-like commands to enable and disable network profiles. Here is how to use Netctl to create wired and wireless profiles and manipulate them to start manually or at boot.
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Unattended networks often come with leak holes for hackers to get into your system and access your confidential information. These are five network utilities that will let you manage and analyze your networks.
Windows will often connect to an open WiFi network automatically when it detects one. Learn how you can block a WiFi network in Windows 10 and connect only to those that you allow.
Tired of seeing a generic name like “Network” or “Network 1” for your network connection? Here’s how to change the network profile name in Windows.
Setting up and use a USB modem on Linux is not as straightfoward. Here is how you can manually setup USB modem in Linux and get mobile broadband working.
If you tried everything you could think of to fix a network issue in Windows 10, a network reset may be just what you need. Learn how to reset network settings in this article.
Macs are notorious for dropping WiFi connection. Here are some of the ways you can fix Mac WiFi problems and prevent them from dropping connection.
When you’re doing a lot of browsing the Web on your Mac, you want to be sure to do it securely. You can do that with Shimo: VPN Client for Mac.
Are you having connection issues in Windows? Here is a quick way to diagnose connection issues with Traceroute in Windows.
Do you use a monitor for your Mac network connections? Even though some people may feel that it’s not important, a network monitor can really come in handy – especially a free one like Private Eye.