Friday, October 30, 2015

Check out the lists of top 20 most visited Websites in Nigeria is an company that many advertisers use to target their audience, they also give you better information about a site and to check various website traffic/other ranking like location of visitors, where visitors go after leaving your site and where your visitors visit first before checking on your site. Below are the lists of Nigeria top 20 websites, you can also check full details of others that are not on the top 20 list by typing the website at the space provided and click find to know the site ranking.

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Is WIFI a Silent Killer?


Wi-Fi: a wireless network in which you can connect to many devices without the use of cables. Nowadays Wi-Fi is found everywhere. The mobiles phones benefit mostly from it, and the companies which make them have specific instructions for the services so they do not damage our health.
Wi-Fi: a silent killer that kills us slowly
Our wireless devices like phones and tablets use routers to connect online. The router emits WLAN signals – electromagnetic waves that can cause a lot of damage. We ignore this fact because we practically have no knowledge of it. Given time, these signals harm the body. A study conducted by the British Health Agency has proven that routers hinder the growth of people and plants.
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In this modern world of technology the Wi-Fi network is everywhere around us. It is really a revolutionary way of connecting many devices without using any cables. The biggest benefit from this kind of connecting have the mobiles phones, but the companies that produce them have specific instructions for the services on how to make them not harmful to our health.

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

How to Set Up a Camera to Monitor Your Home When You’re Away

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Whether you’ll be away from home while travelling or just during the workday, you may want to keep an eye on it. Solutions like Nest’s Nest Cam (formerly Dropcam) try to make this easy, but there’s more than one way to do this.
We’re not focused on full security systems with alarms and other features here — just cameras so you can keep an eye on your place with live streaming and video recordings.

How to Create an Image of Your PC Before Upgrading to Windows 10


Windows 10 is the biggest and most aggressive Windows rollout to date. Before you take the plunge you need to image your hard drive so, should you wish to return to the familiarity of Windows 7 or Windows 8 you can do so with the click of a button.
Note: This tutorial details how to create a bit-for-bit backup (a disk image) of your current Windows system disk so that you can later restore your computer using that image. If that’s not what you’re looking for and you’d like to actually copy your disk bit-for-bit over to a brand new hard disk (a disk clone) we’d encourage you to check out our detailed tutorial on the matter.

Tested: Should You Unplug Chargers When You’re Not Using Them?

Energy Savings With Turning Off Electrical Appliances
How much energy do your smartphone, laptop, and tablet chargers really use? Should you unplug them when you aren’t using them to save power and money? We measured exactly how much power a variety of common chargers use, and how much keeping them plugged in will cost your each year.
You’ve probably heard of “vampire power” — the amount of power a device uses in standby mode when you aren’t using it. But just how much vampire power does a charger use, and is it worth the hassle of unplugging them when you aren’t using them?

How to Check Your Router for Malware


Consumer router security is pretty bad. Attackers are taking advantage of lackadaisical manufacturers and attacking large amounts of routers. Here’s how to check if your router’s been compromised.

The home router market is a lot like the Android smartphone market. Manufacturers are producing large numbers of different devices and not bothering updating them, leaving them open to attack.

How to Hide or Show the Battery Percentage on iPhone or iPad

If you find the battery charge percentage in the upper-right corner of your iPhone or iPad screen distracting, it can be turned off easily. However, if you decide you want to easily keep track of your battery life, you can easily turn the percentage back on.
To turn off the battery charge percentage, tap “Settings” on the home screen.

How to Mute Individual Browser Tabs in Chrome, Safari, and Firefox

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Web pages can automatically play audio thanks to HTML5, even if you’ve set Flash and other browser plug-ins to click-to-play. Most modern web browsers include an audio indicator that will show you which tab is playing sound. Most modern browsers also let you mute individual tabs.
This feature was available behind a hidden flag in Chrome for a while, and is now stable. Apple’s Safari was the first web browser that actually enabled it by default, and Mozilla is working on adding it to Firefox.