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How to Add a Wireless or Network Printer in Windows 10Just got a new wireless or network printer for your home or office and need to install it on Windows 10? Compared to the old days, adding printers in Windows nowadays is usually a pretty easy process, as long as the printer isn’t ancient.
I’ve actually already talked about installing printers before, but my previous article was focused on manually adding a network printer using the IP address. That’s actually a last resort option in case you can’t get the printer installed automatically by Windows 10 first.
Before we get started, let’s talk about how to manage printers in Windows 10, because that has become a bit confusing. In Windows 10, you can add/remove/manage printers from the Control Panel or the Settings app.

Manage Printers in Windows 10
To get to the Control Panel printer manager, click on Devices and Printers. I still find this interface more familiar since it’s been around since Windows XP.

You’ll see a list of all your printers and other devices that may be on the network. The other way is to click on Start, then Settings and then click on Devices.
There’s really no reason for there to be two ways to do this, but that’s just how it is currently in Windows 10. You can pick either way and you’ll get all the same options, so it doesn’t really matter.
Adding a Printer in Windows 10
Now let’s get into the actual steps for adding a printer to Windows 10. In this article, we are assuming that you have connected your printer to either the wireless network or wired network. As long as your router is giving out IP addresses automatically using DHCP, getting your printer connected to the network should be straight-forward.

For wireless printers, just refer to the instructions on how to configure the printer with the wireless network settings. Most new wireless printers allow you to do this on the on-screen display of the printer, but some older wireless printers require you to connect the printer directly to a computer first, configure the wireless settings and then disconnect it.

Once the printer is connected, go ahead and click on Add a printer in the Devices and Printers dialog on your PC.
Now, if the printers are on and connected, magic should happen and any printers on the network not already added to your computer should appear in the list. If they do not show up, you should click on The printer that I want isn’t listed link at the bottom to troubleshoot. Go down to the Troubleshoot Installing Printers in Windows 10 section to read more about solving common problems.
If all is well, click on the printer you want to install and then click Next.

Windows will automatically setup the printer by installing the appropriate printer drivers onto the system. If available, it’ll download the drivers from the printer itself.

After a few seconds, the printer should be successfully added and you’ll be able to print a test page. Note that this procedure will be able to find wireless or wired printers on the network.

Troubleshoot Installing Printers in Windows 10
Now you probably wouldn’t be on this site if everything went so well as shown above, so let’s talk about some of the problems that can occur. Firstly, what if nothing shows up in the list of printers?

The first thing to do is click on that The printer that I want isn’t listed link. This will bring up the Find a Printer dialog.

You should start out with the first option (My printer is a little older. Help me find it.) as that will perform another scan, but with different methods to detect different kinds of printers.

If you’re in an office environment of some sort with a shared printer, you can go ahead and enter the full path to the printer, which you’ll need to get from your administrator. The Add a printer using a TCP/IP address or hostname option is basically the previous post I wrote about printers, which I linked to at the top of this article.
The last option, Add a local printer or network printer with manual settings, is basically if you have a printer that still uses a serial or parallel port. The Add a Bluetooth, wireless or network discoverable printer is the main dialog that comes up when you click on Add a Printer and it will just perform another normal scan.
If none of the options above work for you, it could be a problem with the printing system on your Windows 10 machine. The next option is to run the printer troubleshooter. You can click on Start, type in printer troubleshoot and then click on Find and Fix Printing Problems.

You can also download another printer troubleshooter from Microsoft and run that to see if it can fix any issues. Lastly, if you have an older printer that doesn’t have a Windows 10 driver, you might just have to upgrade to a new printer. You can always try to install a Windows 8 or Windows 7 driver, but it may not work because of higher security settings in Windows 10. If you have any questions, post a comment. Enjoy!

July 20, 2017 , , ,
Who Needs a Headphone Jack?
The Best Wireless Headphones of 2017Stereo headphones have been around since before the first Sony Walkman, and that's roughly how long we've put up with tangled wires while listening to music on the go. That's long enough, if you ask us. Fortunately, this is where wireless headphones come in. They're convenient for any situation where you don't want to deal with dangling cables—especially at the gym. And since Apple has gone headphone-jackless in the iPhone 7, they're a good way to ensure compatibility with just about any new phone.

Wireless no longer means poor sound, either. These days, Bluetooth audio sounds much better than it ever has. Even though the stereo Bluetooth data signal is compressed, various headphone and earphone vendors have discovered ways of enhancing the signal to compensate for deficiencies in fidelity. That said, audiophiles will still hear a difference and should probably stick with wired headphones. But for casual listening, many of the most recent wireless models we've tested sound just fine—even great. Check out our buying advice below before picking the perfect pair.
Earphones or Headphones?
Earphones (or earbuds, or in-ear headphones) offer a slightly different sound profile compared with conventional headphones. Generally, you'll get better sound from a full set of "cans" around your head than from buds in your ears, but in-ear sound quality has improved a great deal. More importantly, in-ear headphones are much more likely to be water resistant, and much better suited for use when working out. Get a good sweat going, and you'll turn your headphone earpads into a nasty mess. For our top picks, check out The Best Earphones.
If you aren't primarily looking for a set of wireless earphones for the gym, conventional headphones can offer a very good listening experience. You'll still have to choose between on-ear and over-ear models, however. On-ear headphones rest the earcups against your ears, but don't surround them. Over-ear headphones completely enclose your ears. Over-ear headphones block out the most outside noise and usually provide a more powerful, rich sound, but on-ear headphones are less bulky and distracting to wear when you're out and about. See The Best Headphones for more.
Battery Concerns
Bluetooth headphones are convenient when they're charged, but once the batteries run out you're left without music. Some headphone manufacturers include a portable charging case, like Apple does with its AirPods. Others include a 3.5mm detachable cable.

Related StorySee How We Test Headphones

For models with a wired option, you can plug the cable in and use them as conventional headphones until you can charge them again, and use them without issue on airplanes, to boot. Wireless earphones almost never have this option, because they're already so small there simply isn't any room to place a headphone cable jack.

Noise Cancellation
Active noise cancellation uses outward-facing microphones to pick up and analyze noise, which then gets canceled out by circuitry that generates an inverse wave in the headphones. It was previously an expensive, cumbersome technology that couldn't be found on wireless headphones, but that changed a few years ago with advances in battery life and circuit miniaturization. You'll pay a premium for headphones with active noise cancellation, but it's a handy feature if you just want to tune out everything around you besides your music. For more, check out The Best Noise-Canceling Headphones.

What About Completely Wire-Free?
We're seeing a new type of wireless headphone hit market in the form of the Apple AirPods, Bragi Dash, and Samsung Gear IconX. Let's call them wire-free, since there is no cable running between the earpieces. Each is completely separate from the other, so you don't have to worry about any kind of dangling cable. That can potentially make them more convenient than conventional wireless earphones, but the first models we've tested have suffered from poor battery life, awkward controls, high prices (aside from the Axgio AH-T1), and just average sound quality.

We've seen a few promising models with interesting gimmicks, like the noise-canceling/enhancing Doppler Labs Hear One, but none have really shown unqualified greatness yet. Because of this, we can't strongly recommend any wire-free earphones just yet, but we'll keep testing them as they come out.

Apple's W1 Chip
If you're an iPhone user, it's worth considering a pair of headphones that use Apple's proprietary W1 chip. The W1 chip makes Bluetooth pairing even easier—there's no need to open the Settings menu, as your phone automatically prompts you to connect whenever the headphones are nearby. The chip also makes for a more stable connection and increased wireless range.

Currently only Apple and Beats (which is owned by Apple) make headphones with the W1 chip, but that might change in the future. With that in mind, we've got a whole separate list of The Best iPhone 7 Wireless Headphones here.

What's In Your Budget?
This is a look at the top wireless headphones we've tested overall, regardless of price. As such, many of the options here fall in the $100 and up range. That doesn't mean you need to spend a lot of money to get headphones that deliver quality audio. If you're shopping on a budget, head over to The Best Headphones Under $50 for plenty of great options that won't break the bank.

With that in mind, we've included a range of styles and prices here. You're bound to find something that fits well, sounds great, and—above all—doesn't tie you up in knots.

Featured Wireless Headphone Reviews:

B&O Play Beoplay H4 Review
Editors' Choice
$299.00 MSRP

Bottom Line: The B&O Beoplay H4 headphones deliver a wonderful Bluetooth audio experience and look particularly good doing it.

Bose QuietComfort 35 Review
Editors' Choice
$349.95 MSRP

Bottom Line: The Bose QuietComfort 35 headphones continue to push the industry's best noise cancellation to new limits-and now they do so without wires.

Bowers & Wilkins P5 Wireless Review
Editors' Choice
$399.99 MSRP

Bottom Line: The Bowers & Wilkins P5 Wireless is one of the more expensive Bluetooth headphone pairs on the market for good reason-it delivers brilliant audio in a smart, attractive design.

B&O Play Beoplay H5 Review
Editors' Choice
$249.00 MSRP

Bottom Line: The expensive, exercise-focused B&O Beoplay H5 earphones deliver an excellent Bluetooth audio experience.

Beats BeatsX Review
Editors' Choice
$149.95 MSRP

Bottom Line: The BeatsX Bluetooth earphones from Beats deliver strong audio performance and excellent wireless connectivity, aided by Apple's W1 chip.
Bose QuietControl 30 Review
Editors' Choice
$299.95 MSRP

Bottom Line: The Bose QuietControl 30 earphones combine Bluetooth connectivity and effective ambient mics with industry-leading noise cancellation technology.

Jaybird X3 Review
Editors' Choice
$129.99 MSRP

Bottom Line: The gym-friendly Jaybird X3 wireless earphones deliver high-quality audio in a comfortable, secure-fitting design.

Marshall Mid Bluetooth Review
Editors' Choice
$199.00 MSRP

Bottom Line: The Marshall Mid Bluetooth on-ear headphones deliver excellent deep bass response and solid clarity in the highs, in a well-implemented, comfortable design.

Plantronics BackBeat 500 Review
Editors' Choice
$79.99 MSRP

Bottom Line: The Plantronics BackBeat 500 offer surprisingly good audio quality for sub-$100 Bluetooth headphones.

Skullcandy Jib Wireless Review
Editors' Choice
$34.99 MSRP

Bottom Line: Bluetooth earphones don't get much more affordable than the Skullcandy Jib Wireless, which packs a strong bass punch for the price.

July 18, 2017 , , , ,
Ziox Mobiles S333 Wi-Fi Feature Phone Comes With Wi-Fi, But Lacks 4G LTE ConnectivityEarlier this year, Lava launched the Connect M1 4G as India’s first 4G enabled feature phone. It is priced at Rs. 3,599 and runs on Mocordroid v6.0 based on Android. In the next few days, Reliance Jio will be launching its first 4G VoLTE supported feature phone. Now, Ziox Mobiles came up with a Wi-Fi enabled feature phone called ‘S333 Wi-Fi’ priced at Rs. 1,993. Compared to other markets, feature phone still occupies a relatively major share in the Indian mobile phone market. According to the company, the S33 Wi-Fi feature phone comes with a dedicated hardware key to turn On/Off Wi-Fi.

However, the device misses the 4G LTE connectivity and limits only to the 2G network. It sports a 2.4-inch display which should be good enough for a feature phone. The device is backed by a 1,750mAh battery and includes power saving mode to extended the battery life. There is also a MicroSD card slot for expanding the storage additionally up to 32GB. On the connectivity front, the S333 Wi-Fi comes with 2G, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. The device runs on Java and we can browse the internet along with accessing social media sites. However, we can’t use apps like in Android and there is no WhatsApp support for feature phones.
Commenting on the launch of the S333 Wi-Fi feature phone, Deepak Kabu, Chief Executive Officer of Ziox Mobiles said,
On the rear, we can also find the camera but don’t expect it to be on par with the smartphone cameras.  It even has wireless FM Radio option and built-in Auto-Call recording feature. The Ziox Mobile S333 Wi-Fi supports up to 9 different Indian regional languages. It also has the SOS feature which was made mandatory by the Government of India. On the top is the bright LED torch light that can be handy in dark or at nights. The device will be available in Black+Champagne and Black+Red color options. The Ziox Mobile S333 Wi-Fi feature phone can be purchased from all the leading retail stores across the country.

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