Category: Technology and Gadgets

Sometimes, a person forgets his/her credentials as there many other important things to keep in mind. So, a person can forget passwords for these ordinary sites. If you too did for Mywifiext then, there is nothing to worry about as there is an option to recover your password. So, follow these steps mentioned below to Recover your Password:

  • Plugin your Extender to a power source. The LED lights will light immediately after that.
  • Connect your PC to extender via Ethernet Cable or connect any other wireless device to Extender.
  • Then, launch any browser like Chrome, Edge, etc.
  • Now, enter mywifiext in the address bar and search.
  • Now, a page will be displayed where you can log in to Mywifiext.
  • Since you don’t know your password so, click on the username & password help link.
  • After this, the site will ask you a few security questions to verify if it’s really you.
  • Answer all according to questions and then, click on the Next option.

Now, the site will take you to the page where your username and password will be displayed. Now, you can log in again and can access your account.

If you don’t remember security questions as well then, by pressing the factory reset button on it, you can reset your Netgear extender. Then, wait for a few minutes and log in using default login details.

With the availability of online technical service providers, it has become easier and affordable for the end-user to get support for their computing needs. You may be stuck with a slow computer that tends to happen frequently due to the accumulation of junk temp files, unused registry entries, etc. You can easily improve the performance of your slow-moving computer and bring it back to life in the comfort of your home.

Online technical support services are increasingly growing up as a favorite choice of consumers looking for competent resources to get their computers fixed. The certified technicians available 24/7 at their help desk can resolve most of your technical problems online via taking remote control of your machine, as long as you have a high-speed Internet connection. For the best help, you can take help of

Technical support service providers can be found online by carrying out a simple search on the World Wide Web. What you need to do is just key-in "online technical support" on different search engines (Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc…). The search results from the search engine will bring you the list of different support service providers. Visit their website and try to know about their service plans, resolution rates, and customer satisfaction.

Windows XP was an operating system that was loved by millions. However, Windows XP is no longer supported by Microsoft. Today, I am going to introduce you to an operating system that looks like Windows XP. Its name is Linux XP and it is a free and open-source operating system that is packed with tons of cool features. Unlike Windows XP, Linux XP will be supported forever because it is Linux based. Many people around the world contribute to making Linux XP better. You can download the latest version of Linux XP from its official website. The Linux XP download comes as an ISO file and therefore you have to burn it to a USB flash drive with Rufus. However, if your computer has an optical drive, you can create a bootable DVD instead of USB by downloading and burning an ISO file. You also have the ability to install it as your secondary operating system. This is possible thanks to the dual-booting support it offers. However, if you are serious about it, we recommend you to install it as a standalone operating system.

Whether you are having difficulties in adjusting to the Linux operating system or you just want to try how it feels to use the Windows operating system, say no more because the Linux XP is a shareware distro that imitates the looks and some functionalities of the Windows operating system. Its GNOME desktop environment makes it possible for a user to experience the same interface that a Microsoft Windows desktop offers. The pre-installed Wine even allows users to install some of Windows’ applications. On November 4, 2008, Linux XP released its last version. Although considered as a Windows XP copycat, the Linux XP went well in the market, even bringing a threat as the new replacement to the Windows XP for its free and user-friendly features unlike forcing oneself into getting an unsupported and old version of the Windows operating systems.