New Budget friendly Nest Thermostat E review and install

This is my review of the newer Nest thermostat E. It also includes an unboxing, and full instructional video of what I did for the install. You can find out more information at or at I have gone smart home crazy, and have been adding more and more to my home to be controlled with my Alexa. The newest addition was the Nest thermostat E. … Continue reading New Budget friendly Nest Thermostat E review and install

3rd Generation Nest Thermostat – FULL REVIEW!

My thoughts on the 3rd Generation learning thermostat from Nest. This is a seriously cool piece of tech packing more features than most of us will ever require! If you’d like to look at further specifications, price or even purchasing a Nest, please check out the link to Amazon here: Nest app version as tested: 5.16.2 ************************* FACEBOOK: TWITTER: INSTAGRAM: ************************* MY EQUIPMENT: Macbook Pro: … Continue reading 3rd Generation Nest Thermostat – FULL REVIEW!

Resolving Wi-Fi Issues in macOS High Sierra

Some MacOS High Sierra users have reported issues with wireless networking after updating their Mac to the latest system software version. The problems may range from difficulties connecting to wi-fi networks, dropping wi-fi connections (particularly after waking from sleep), sluggish wireless speeds, and other frustrating connectivity problems with wi-fi networks. This article will attempt to detail some common problems, and explain some troubleshooting steps to … Continue reading Resolving Wi-Fi Issues in macOS High Sierra

Is there any way to shorten the available Wi-Fi list in macOS and iOS? Unfortunately, no

macOS and iOS displays a list of the Wi-Fi networks in your area, whether they are private or not. This can be helpful, but how often are you able to really use a private network you can see but know nothing about? Macworld reader Michael is irritated by the huge list of Wi-Fi networks around him whenever he tries to connect in iOS. He’s in … Continue reading Is there any way to shorten the available Wi-Fi list in macOS and iOS? Unfortunately, no