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Hi long time WIn 1st time write Simple Plug and play usb c into my phone automatically selects tethering ( by choice), Is there any way to retain the same network # for more than a day so a common IP address can be assigned to avoid the "Trusted Network" pop up? and is 425K the standard transfer rate? Or is this phone issue 🤔
How to use eSIM on your Windows 10 device
How do you connect to the Internet using your laptop? An eSIM lets you connect to the Internet over a cellular data connection without a physical SIM card from your mobile operator. Learn about an eSIM and how to use it on your Windows 10 device.
Disconnect my network
Why did the computer disconnect from the network after turning on the Tethering tablet? When I connect my tablet via a USB cable and turn on its tethering, my computer system can no longer communicate with the server and its ping gives time out. Thank you for your attention
Print document in the tethered cellphone downloads folder.
I tether my cellphone to laptop. In old firefox I can print from the docs and download folders. I need to learn how to while using Edge. I do not have home internet just cellphone service. I also nedd direct printing, not upload and download from someones data wasting cloud storage as I have 5gb monthly data. I could not print a Edge document directly either. Is this a setting? Missing an App? Thanks for considering my issues.
Let's talk VPN's. Are they really necessary ?
Back when I was an active participant in the producing section of society, (I'm now retired). I used a VPN for connecting my laptop to many hotel/motel/restaurants' WIFI. This of course was in the days before tethering to my cell phone was allowed (cough, cough) and of course unlimited data plans. Today however there seems to be an abundance of free WIFI from stores, cable companies, and even some municipalities. What I've also noticed when I'm out and about is, that if there is a WIFI connection available, and I'm not connected to it, it will try and connect, there by almost stifling what I am trying to access. An example would be an Excel file. When that happens I simply shut the WIFI off, and go on about my business using my data plan. Given that tantalizing tidbit of information, and the fact that about the only place I consciously connect to WIFI is home, is a VPN in my case really necessary?
What is your best protection for your computer
This is the logic. Antivirus makers update their software. At that time the makers of virus, malware, spyware also improve their techniques. Like Tom & Jerry. We as ordinary users were among them without knowing who has stepped forward in their competition. The question is: Are you sure that an antivirus can protect your system 100% ??? For that reason, I'm just sharing my tips here: 1) Avoid porn sites (teasing the basic human instinct is a clever way to deploy a virus). 2) Avoid gambling sites. 3) Avoid downloading pirated software. 4) Avoid the site offering lure of gifts. 5) Turn on antivirus automatic update. 6) Only install trusted or widely-known software. 7) Only plug in external storage devices that you know where it come from. At least you can detect the culprit if your system get infected. Where it come from. 8) As much as possible, avoid connecting your computer to public networks. Use tethering to your own smartphone if necessary. 9) etc ..... and so on ..... please sharing your tips. Thank you! The chances of threat to computer system much depend on user. Narrowing its chances is the best protection if we can't block it 100%. That's just my opinion. Please sharing if you have another way.
Oh no a keyboard oopsie 😮🤔
I preface this posting by indicating that I reported this oopsie to the 'Hub' yesterday evening. 😊✔ At 19:40 UK local time, I attempted to use my computer. However, I found that my Bluetooth keyboard was unresponsive to my 'tapping'. I had several attempts to remedy the problem; the keyboard remained unresponsive. I had to ask a family member if there was anything happening on the screen 🤔 - there was not. I decided to do re-start - the keyboard remained unresponsive. I then powered down the device, unplugged all device and peripherals and plugged back in and powered up. I was able to check settings using my mouse pointer and I located a system message that read my email provider settings were out-of-date, My email settings have never been out of date. I concluded that Windows had been checking my system. No problems with that. 🤩 I clicked on the MS account panel and proceeded to go through the checking process. The Bluetooth keyboard was re-initiated. 🙏👏 #JustSharing 😊 Keep well all.
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Tower or laptop?
Which computer do you use; a tower computer or a laptop?🦊
The tethering created by Tether It is not limited to the PC's browser only. For example, you can run your company's VPN over the tethered connection, or any other non-browser based application, such as Outlook, etc. In order to provide ease-of-use and tethering services to ALL applications running on your PC, Tether It requires a small driver ...
[MS-TCC]: Tethering Control Channel Protocol. 4/6/2021; 3 minutes to read; In this article. Specifies the Tethering Control Channel Protocol, which enables the sharing of the network connection for a server with one or more clients.
USB Tethering - 'No (internet) Connection' but still able to connect partially? I'm having the issue where I tether my phone's internet access to my laptop via USB and the icon in the taskbar shows that little yellow triangle - indicating there is no connection. So far, When I try adding a language in Settings it says that 'You're currently ...