Many of us have played this game at one time or another in our lives, and known it by a variety of different names. But there is more to the game than just serving as a way to pass the time for casual enjoyment. Watch as YouTube channel Numberphile discusses game winning strategy and shows what a perfect game between two all-knowledgeable opponents would look like.
Have you added holidays to your calendar in Outlook and now you want to remove them? Maybe you added holidays from a country or religion you didn’t mean to add, or you just don’t need to see the holidays on your calendar.
Hosting your own website doesn’t have to cost a monthly fee or require a lot of technical knowledge to setup. If you just need to host a small website that will only have a few visitors, you can turn your Windows PC into a WAMP server.
Like any piece of technology, iPads aren’t completely obvious when you first pick them up. They have their own language of gestures, swipes, and button presses you should learn to become more comfortable using them.
When you need to open something on your home network to the greater internet, is an SSH tunnel a secure enough way to to do it?
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is a favorite with our readers and here in the HTG office for dealing with malware when it pops up on a computer. Now that 2013 is drawing to a close, the good folks over at the Malwarebytes Unpacked Blog have put together a report detailing the biggest malware threats of the year, and what to expect in 2014.
A funny thing happened after a recent move – after setting up my wireless router in a new apartment, no matter how I tried, I couldn’t change the name of the device’s wired network connection on any of the Windows 8 machines physically attached to it. Puzzling? Very.
If you’re practicing lax password management and hygiene, it’s only a matter of time until one of the increasingly numerous large-scale security breaches burns you. Stop being thankful you dodged the past security breach bullets and armor yourself against the future ones. Read on as we show you how to audit your passwords and protect yourself.
Linux distributions aren’t just the Linux kernel. They all contain other critical software, like the Grub bootloader, Bash shell, GNU shell utilities, daemons, X.org graphical server, a desktop environment, and more.