Wifi is a wireless networking technology that is used around the world. But the risks of using wifi networks at a hotel or airport are exponentially greater than those experienced at home or in an enterprise setting. Most people are aware of the risks, but few are aware of a solution.
When looking to sign-up to one of the more reliable virtual private network (VPN) services, the first thing that will be noticed is the large choice of providers in the marketplace. Due to the technical nature of this type of service, a person can sometimes get confused in relation to the varied performance reports, pricing options, and available features. Many businesses use a variety of tools to assist in increasing their internal productivity, such as a company's intranet, networked peripherals, or similar in-house components.
Windows Vista, by default, chooses the best display settings for your computer which includes screen resolution, refresh rate, and color, based on your monitor. The setting for every computer differs depending on the kind of monitor that is used-- CRT or LCD. Screen resolution is the setting that determines how much information is displayed on the screen that is measured horizontally and vertically in pixels. Refresh rate is the frequency at which the screen is redrawn. These can be adjusted according to your preference. The process to follow in changing Windows Vista's display settings can be done in a few seconds. All you need to do is right-click on a vacant area on the Desktop and select "Personalize" from the menu that pops up. The Personalization box will appear. Click on "Display Settings" which is located at the bottom part (it is the seventh item from the top).The Display Settings dialog box will appear. There you can set the resolution and colors that would best fit your set up. You can drag the resolution slider to the right for higher resolutions and drag left to lower the resolution.
Author Cecil C. Sparks
I started in computers with an Electronics degree back in 1983 when Electronics meant troubleshooting to the component level. An average computer at that time cost around
$10,000. Understanding circuits and troubleshooting was the key to success. Now changing Boards are all thats needed to know. After school I went to work for a Start-Up Company as Production Manager and designed 7 surge protectors that the company patented. I also hold 33 Certifications in HP and OKI printer repair. In 2002 I went back to school for an a Associate of Computer & Networking Degree.