venerdì 17 giugno 2016

Registro nazionale grodotti senza glutine


Registro nazionale del prodotti senza glutine

Applicazione web, che funziona benissimo anche su smartphone e tablet, per la consultazione veloce del registro nazionale degli alimenti senza glutine a cura del Ministero della salute.


martedì 14 giugno 2016

Google launches Springboard, an AI-powered assistant for its enterprise customers

Google has unwrapped two significant announcements for its enterprise customers, the most notable of which is the rollout of Springboard, a new digital assistant to help enterprise companies that make use of Google’s services for business.

Springboard, which has been in testing with “a small set of customers,” is a little like Google Now for enterprise workers. That’s to say that it offer a single search interface which utilises artificial intelligence to surface information within a user’s suite of Google products — such as Google Drive, Gmail, Calendar, Google Docs and more. That’s important because, according to Prabhakar Raghavan, VP of Engineering for Google Apps, “the average knowledge worker [currently] spends the equivalent of one full day a week searching for and gathering information.”

Beyond search, Springboard also provides “useful and actionable information and recommendations” to users throughout their work day.

The second side of today’s news is a new design for Google Sites, a product that acts like an information portal for housing internal company information like quarterly reports, or newsletters. Now, when designing a Google Site, users have drag and drop editing and real-time collaboration, creation features that have become standard in other services like Google Docs and Google Sheets.

Finally, in terms of presentation, Google Sites has been revamped so that the content fits to any kind of screen, be it a smartphone, laptop or 30-inch monitor.

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These changes are rolling out to early adopter programs that existing Google Apps for Work customer can join — the Springboard program is here and Google Sites program is here — while the search giant has teased that it has “a lot more in store” for both services.



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Con Apple Home hai tutta la smart home in punta di dito

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venerdì 10 giugno 2016

Motion Stills, l’app di Google per creare GIF

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Google ha reso disponibile Motion Stills su iOS, applicazione gratuita per la creazione di Gif sfruttando le Live Photos di iOS.

Si dice che un’immagine vale più di mille parole, allora una Gif vale più di mille immagini. E Google questo lo sa bene, infatti ha reso disponibile Motion Stills per iOS, un’applicazione gratuita che permette di trasformare le Live Photos di iOS in brevi animazioni in loop da condividere comodamente online.

 

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Dopo

 

Motion Stills è dotata di particolare strumento software di stabilizzazione delle immagini, simile a quello già disponibile per YouTube. Secondo le recensioni degli utenti, i risultati sono più interessanti di quelli creati con l’applicazione Boomerang di Instagram, in quanto Motion Stills permette di dare più spazio alla creatività.

 

Potete scaricare gratuitamente Motion Stills su iOS tramite App Store.

 

 

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Google introduce Nearby su Android per scoprire cose nuove attorno a noi

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Google annuncia Nearby per Android, un nuovo servizio che ci farà scoprire cose nuove mentre siamo in viaggio o in movimento. Cos'è e quando arriverà!

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MaruOS disponibile per tutti: trasformate il vostro Nexus 5 in un desktop Linux!

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MaruOS è l'innovativa ROM per Nexus 5 che trasforma lo smartphone in un desktop Linux: ora è disponibile per tutti!

L'articolo MaruOS disponibile per tutti: trasformate il vostro Nexus 5 in un desktop Linux! è stato pubblicato originariamente su Tutto Android.



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Ecco i pronostici degli Europei 2016 secondo Microsoft Bing

A pochi giorni dall’inizio di Europei 2016 Bing, il motore di ricerca di Microsoft, ha già intercettato la febbre calcistica ed elaborato i pronostici esclusivi sulle partite del campionato europeo.

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La Francia batterà la Romania al calcio di inizio di venerdì 10 giugno? L’Italia arriverà in finale? I Pronostici di Bing scendono in campo e rivelano tutte le probabilità di vittoria: nella partita Francia- Romania vince la Francia per 1 goal di differenza, mentre l’Italia perde con il Belgio, ma batterà la Svezia e Irlanda. Sotto tutti i risultati e a breve anche su www.bing.it (basterà digitare “Euro 2016” o “Pronostici Europei 2016”).

Grazie infatti a strumenti social e di ricerca, Microsoft è in grado di offrire dei pronostici intelligenti sui vincitori dei singoli match e incoronare il calciatore più strategico in campo.

I Pronostici di Bing in passato sono già stati utilizzati per diversi tipi di eventi rivelando ad esempio l’esito di 15 dei 16 incontri a eliminazione diretta della Coppa del mondo FIFA 2014 con una precisione del 94%, o ancora i campioni di tennis maschile e femminile di Wimbledon 2015 con una precisione del 71%.

I pronostici delle competizioni sportive sono da sempre un tema che genera discussioni e curiosità: gli sport in generale sono tra le tematiche che più accendono l’interesse delle persone che si identificano nei vari atleti e fanno il tifo per la squadra del cuore, sperando di modificare i risultati in base alle loro superstizioni. Sicuramente nessuno crede che la popolarità sia un fattore determinante per vincere una competizione. Per questo tipo di previsioni Bing basa le sue analisi su un modello statistico che considera la forza della squadra, ma anche i risultati passati per valutare i fattori che hanno contribuito alla vittoria precedente (esempio il luogo, le condizioni metereologiche, il margine di vittoria et et.). Questi dati servono da base per un secondo modello che rappresenta l’indice di potenza, il ranking della squadra o il Rating Percentage Index per un determinato sport. Alla fine si aggiunge il fattore dato dall’attività web e il sentiment social che bilanciano la forza della squadra cercando di catturare informazioni in tempo reale come infortuni, sospensioni, dibattiti e cambi di formazione. Con le analisi di Bing è stato ad esempio scoperto che dopo aver aggiunto la cosiddetta saggezza del web la precisione nel pronostico cresce del 5%, un aumento rilevante quando si parla di match altamente competitivi.

E MAPPE DEL TIFO

Per dare la possibilità a ogni tifoso di seguire la propria squadra del cuore, Microsoft ha inoltre realizzato le Heat Map, sono delle mappe interattive in 3D che catturano attraverso le attività dei fan il grado e l’intensità del tifo nei vari Paesi Europei prima di ogni partita e dopo. Ad esempio dalle ore 19.00 di venerdì 10 giugno la mappa interattiva del TIFO mostrerà per il primo match Francia-Romania, quali Paesi europei vorranno veder vincere la Francia e quali invece la Romania.

Questo servizio è già stato sperimentato in precedenza da Microsoft durante la Coppa del Mondo di Cricket e qui è visibile il risultato. La grafica viene creata utilizzando i dati che provengono dalle ricerche sui social media, motori di ricerca, post nei forum e molto altro ancora per evidenziare su quale partita specifica gli utenti si esprimono.

Home

Away

Round

Home Win

Away Win

Goal Difference

France

Romania

Round 1

0.7140911

0.09153

1

Albania

Switzerland

Round 1

0.0978568

0.7014877

-1

Wales

Slovakia

Round 1

0.3210179

0.3032666

0

England

Russia

Round 1

0.6352811

0.1132846

1

Turkey

Croatia

Round 1

0.2979752

0.3220217

0

Poland

Northern Ireland

Round 1

0.6466998

0.1182177

1

Germany

Ukraine

Round 1

0.6328164

0.1142739

1

Spain

Czech Republic

Round 1

0.6461476

0.1198239

1

Republic of Ireland

Sweden

Round 1

0.4405232

0.2476599

1

Belgium

Italy

Round 1

0.4288873

0.2724237

1

Austria

Hungary

Round 1

0.5190933

0.1796964

1

Portugal

Iceland

Round 1

0.5919736

0.1601108

1

Russia

Slovakia

Round 1

0.378105

0.3036693

1

Romania

Switzerland

Round 1

0.2979752

0.3220217

0

France

Albania

Round 1

0.7480928

0.0708058

2

England

Wales

Round 1

0.5677234

0.1498046

1

Ukraine

Northern Ireland

Round 1

0.6961215

0.0974235

1

Germany

Poland

Round 1

0.6478845

0.1069578

1

Italy

Sweden

Round 1

0.4908539

0.2192064

1

Czech Republic

Croatia

Round 1

0.2221084

0.4894074

-1

Spain

Turkey

Round 1

0.5677234

0.1498046

1

Belgium

Republic of Ireland

Round 1

0.4405232

0.2476599

1

Iceland

Hungary

Round 1

0.4707103

0.2272136

1

Portugal

Austria

Round 1

0.5526553

0.1571207

1

Switzerland

France

Round 1

0.1037503

0.6835181

-1

Romania

Albania

Round 1

0.6352811

0.1132846

1

Slovakia

England

Round 1

0.0978568

0.7014877

-1

Russia

Wales

Round 1

0.3036693

0.3182257

0

Ukraine

Poland

Round 1

0.3800031

0.2979752

1

Northern Ireland

Germany

Round 1

0.0576777

0.8452166

-2

Czech Republic

Turkey

Round 1

0.2724237

0.4288873

-1

Croatia

Spain

Round 1

0.1571207

0.5526553

-1

Iceland

Austria

Round 1

0.4558453

0.2446841

2

Hungary

Portugal

Round 1

0.1069578

0.6478845

-1

Italy

Republic of Ireland

Round 1

0.4558453

0.2446841

2

Sweden

Belgium

Round 1

0.1966307

0.524416

-1

 

Home

Away

Round

Home Win

Away Win

Goal Difference

Switzerland

Ukraine

Round of 16

0.458986

0.541014

-1

Spain

Republic of Ireland

Round of 16

0.689209

0.310791

1

England

Turkey

Round of 16

0.734276

0.265724

2

Portugal

Italy

Round of 16

0.605581

0.394419

1

Germany

Romania

Round of 16

0.813743

0.186257

2

Belgium

Croatia

Round of 16

0.605581

0.394419

1

France

Poland

Round of 16

0.763162

0.236838

1

Russia

Iceland

Round of 16

0.431637

0.568363

-1

Ukraine

Spain

Quarter Finals

0.366351

0.633649

-1

England

Portugal

Quarter Finals

0.663893

0.336107

1

Germany

Belgium

Quarter Finals

0.749806

0.250194

2

France

Iceland

Quarter Finals

0.749806

0.250194

2

Spain

England

Semi Finals

0. 633649

0. 366351

1

Germany

France

Semi Finals

0.527349

0.472651

1

England

France

3rd Place

0.458986

0.541014

-1

Spain

Germany

Final

0.336107

0.663893

-1

Comunicato stampa!



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Cuocere alla brace

Quando si tratta di cuocere sulla brace , il tempismo è tutto , e può essere difficile sapere esattamente quando iniziare la cottura di una succosa bistecca o una pannocchia. 



Per aiutare a risolvere questo dilemma , ecco un grafico stampabile a portata di mano .







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Hoverwatch

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Hoverwatch SMS Tracker records SMS, call history and audio, camera, locations, WhatsApp, Facebook, internet activity, calendar, contacts and many more. You can install it on Android, Mac, Windows If you wish to monitor phones of your kids you just need to download a Hoverwatch SMS Tracker. It is designed to gather all data that goes through the mobile device, windows and mac desktops on which it has been installed. • Monitor text messages sent through Facebook, WhatsApp, SMS, and MMS. All text messages and files sent through the device will be stored and sent by texting spy to your private account. • Stealth. You don’t have to root a smartphone to completely hide this texting spy. Unless the person knows exactly what to look for, they won’t suspect a thing. • GEO data. This sms tracker is a perfect tool to keep close tabs on a person that you’re watching over. From now on, you’ll know their exact location at any given time. Moreover, the energy-conserving algorithms of this texting spy don’t drain the battery too quickly. • Call recording. Not only does this sms tracker store all the information regarding all phone calls, but it also records the conversation and sends it to your online account. From now on nothing will escape your watchful eye. • One free account for 5 devices. A single free online account enables you to monitor up to five tablets and phones simultaneously. • Changing SIM Card. Sometimes people switch their SIM cards in order to mask their activity. This won’t fool you, as every time SIM card is switched, this texting spy will send you a notification. • Internet activity. All the internet activity of the monitored person will be recorded by this texting spy. What websites have they visited; at what time did it take place? You’ll know everything.


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'Mr. Robot' promo has you hacking a fake ATM

If you were planning a real-world promo for Mr. Robot, a TV show that's all about hacking and the culture that goes with it, what would you do? Invite fans to do some hacking of their own, apparently. As part of the run-up to the series' second seaso...

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Google OnHub router hands-on impressions

Google ASUS OnHub
Let’s not pretend here, Google first introduced their OnHub router nearly a year ago. The early model was built by TP-Link and can now be had with colorful shells. The second version, which is what we have here today, is built by ASUS.
Designed to provide the best overall range, speeds and connectivity, the ASUS built OnHub Router has a balanced antenna arrangement. Its trick up its plastic sleeve is that it allows you to specify network priority for specific devices with just the wave of a hand.
ASUS Google OnHub - Amazon
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Overview

Google ASUS OnHub
First things first, if you are reading this to help figure out if you should buy the TP-Link or the ASUS version of the OnHub Router, we’ll talk theory, but we do not have the TP-Link on hand for real life testing.
Designed to be out in the open, the OnHub router is one of the more aesthetically pleasing devices to look at. Both are plastic cylinders a few inches wide and double that tall. A controllable LED light casts a glow out the bottom of the router, with different colors indicating different connectivity situations.
With a focus on ease of use, setting up the OnHub router is a matter of plugging it in and connecting to it with the Google On Android app. Simply fire up the app and follow the step in the app. All of the confusing stuff happens in the background, you basically just provide a SSID and password for your network. Sadly, those looking for advanced configurations may be disappointed here, OnHub has a few advanced tools by default, and more is available via Developer Options, but it’s no DD-WRT… Not even close.
Google On - Google Play Store
Google ASUS OnHub
Sorry, geeking out there a little. So, you set up your basic network, then you can setup a guest network, we’ll talk about this one later, it’s pretty handy. Finally, the last little item we expect many will use is the device priority.
The ASUS OnHub router includes gesture controls, swipe your hand above the unit to turn on device priority. Controlled in the Google On app, you may specify one device (at a time) that will receive prioritization on your network for 1, 2 or 4 hours, depending on your settings. They promote this for things like your Chromecast, giving it the focus while you stream your favorite movie, but I use it to help speed up photo uploads for these posts.

Hardware

Google ASUS OnHub
Now we are getting into the goods stuff, or, at least we are about to discuss why the rather steep price tag of the OnHub router might be worth it for you. Let’s start off with sound. Although there is little audio feedback to your actions by default, the ASUS OnHub router hides a rather large internal speaker.
We are still looking for fun ways to utilize this speaker, but it is certainly loud enough to handle Google Now and Assistant voice responses. Ignoring the fact that this is a router, made for connecting you to the internet, it really could be a cool Google Home device. It does, after all, handle many home automation protocols, like zigbee, to control your connected home. But not today.
Google ASUS OnHub
Allow me to be blunt, all of the above design and features are a novelty. They certainly do not add enough value to warrant the cost of the OnHub router, at least not for me. So, why did I buy one? In a word, antenna.
We’ve all seen the old WiFi routers with the adjustable antennas poking out the back, pointing in all directions in an attempt to provide the best coverage. Not only has the OnHub router hidden the antennas, all 13 of them, but they’ve deployed a familiar commercial grade router circular pattern to provide even coverage in all directions.
Google ASUS OnHub
Twelve of those antenna provide your devices with a connection through several different WiFi frequencies, and the thirteenth is used to scan the local airwaves. Every five minutes your area is evaluated, and OnHub will adjust channel settings and more to provide you the best possible connection under the circumstance.

ASUS vs TP-Link

Google ASUS OnHub
I want to keep this simple, aside from a few simple differences between the two, the reason I chose the ASUS OnHub instead of the TP-Link version is, again, antenna.
My understanding of the devices is as follows: The ASUS OnHub has antenna made of superior materials that should provide slightly better speed and distance on your network. But just barely. Second, the ASUS unit has that pretty much evenly placed circular layout of antenna, the TP-Link, on the other hand, provides more of a directional WiFi range.
Basically, as just one small way of comparing these two devices, if your router will live in a corner of the home, get the TP-Link unit so that you can focus the network into your home and not into your neighbors. Or, if you’re like me, the router lives in the middle of the house, providing a connection evenly to all four corners. Remember, it’s a theory more than anything.

Things I love about OnHub

Google ASUS OnHub
Aside from the fact that I have difficulties with walls that block signals and similar such that the OnHub is handling like a champ, the fact that it automatically adjusts signal channel on a regular basis is important to me. I’m sure I’m not the only one with crowded airwaves, it’s marvelous not having to reset or even reconfigure the router to clean things up.
Next on my list, and this is hugely important, device connectivity limitations. My last router, a small WiFi ac unit, provided solid range and speeds, but by the time you connect five devices, it began to struggle. Connect ten devices and it would seriously drop the ball. I managed to connect 14 simultaneous devices, and it crashed. I mean, I don’t need to use a dozen tablets at one time, but I should be able to check my emails on one device while another controls my connected toaster, is that too much to ask?!?
I’m kidding, my toaster isn’t smart enough to evenly heat my bagel in the morning, I think WiFI would confuse it beyond reason. But, if it was a connected device, I am told I can connect over one hundred of them to my OnHub router.
Google ASUS OnHub
I can’t help but stress test these sorts of things. I managed 15 simultaneous devices connected to the OnHub router. While my bandwidth was tapped out completely, I pushed a file over a local share just to see if the router was still responsive. It is my opinion that one minute forty five seconds to move a 1.4GB file over WiFi, between my Nexus 6P and Windows laptop, is acceptable on a busy router. I averaged about 5.5MB/s for several transfers under these conditions.
Finally, a feature in the guest network setup really appeals to me. Instead of having to mess with bouncing between networks to connect to things like Chromecast or a network share, you may easily create a tunnel to these devices for your guest network. Keep all of your private stuff where it belongs, then let your friends and family jump on the guest network and only give them access to certain devices. This may not be a new thing, but it is extremely simple to implement.

Reasons I question this purchase decision

Google ASUS OnHub
How much router do you really need? A busy technology household, or a device reviewer like Josh, Lanh or the rest of our team, will have a multitude of devices kicking around at all times, are you one of them? Granted, I review tablets for our partner site, TabTimes, so I always have more than a few devices at hand myself, why can’t I get by with only connecting up to 5 at a time?
The truth is, I’m not likely to be using 5 or more devices at a given time, close, but still, I know I could make the old router work. Since it was already paid for, the new purchase took more than a few months to decide on.
Functionality is also of concern with the OnHub router. As I’ve mentioned, basic setup is extremely easy, advanced functions are few, but also easy. What if you want more, like the ability to change the DHCP range? Nope, sorry, out of luck. Until future functionality is added, in the basic sense of it all, the OnHub router is nothing more than a really simple router. A fantastic router, but the least user-configurable router I’ve ever seen.

Specifications

Connectivity WiFi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
AC 1900 (up to 1900Mb/s)
Bluetooth Smart ready
802.15.4 ready
Weave ready
Frequencies 2.4 GHz
5 GHz
Ports and connectors 1 x Gigabit WAN port
1 x Gigabit LAN port
1 x USB 3.0 port
Antenna Congestion sensing WiFI radio
Smart high-performance WiFi antennas
Additional features Speaker
Ambient light
Proximity sensor
CPU / GPU 1.4GHz Dual-core CPU
Dimensions and weight 7.9" (247mm) x 5.0" (128mm) x 5.2" (132mm)
1.7 lbs (076 kg)

Wrap-up

Google ASUS OnHub
In the end, I am a huge fan of the ASUS OnHub router. I admit that I took a bit of a gamble that Google will automatically update my device with cool new features one day, knowing full well that a router for half the price can be had with the same basic WiFi network capabilities.
This leaves me in a place that I haven’t been before on this site. Usually I can say that I either recommend or not a product or service. I am at a loss on the ASUS OnHub. As far as routers go, you do not need this device, but as far as routers go, you need this device.
Google ASUS OnHub
Stay tuned, we will be bringing you more coverage of the ASUS OnHub router, particularly, we will explore some of the extensibility, customization and smart hub capabilities of this device. If this thing has a feature that will change how you stay connected, we plan to find it.
If you are ready to purchase, you can grab either OnHub router from the Google Store for $199, or head on over to Amazon where you can usually find the ASUS OnHub for under $175
ASUS Google OnHub - Amazon
Any other OnHub owners out there have words of experience to share? Bottom line, do you think the OnHub router is worth the price?
What’s next?
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In Inghilterra arriva l'assicurazione per le auto autonome

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Inizia Euro 2016: ecco come vedere tutte le partite in chiaro

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martedì 7 giugno 2016

How to Find the Wi-Fi Password of your Current Network

Your computer is connected to a Wi-Fi network but you do not remember the password that you had earlier used to connect to this particular WiFi network. Maybe you forgot the password or maybe the network administrator entered it directly without revealing the actual password to you.
You would now like to connect a second device, like your mobile phone, to the same WiFi network but how do you find out the password? You can either send a password request the WiFi admin or you can open the command prompt on your computer and retrieve the saved password in one easy step. The technique works on both Mac and Windows PCs.

Find the WiFi Password on Windows

Open the command prompt in administrator mode. Type “cmd” in the Run box, right-click the command prompt icon and choose Run as Administrator (see how). Now enter the following command and hit enter to see the WiFi password.
netsh wlan show profile name=labnol key=clear
Remember to replace labnol with the name of your Wireless SSID (this is the name of the Wi-Fi network that you connect your computer to). The password will show up under the Security Setting section (see screenshot).
If you would only like to see the password and not the other information, use the findstr command:
netsh wlan show profile name=labnol key=clear | findstr Key
If you do not see the WiFi Password
If you do not see the password, probably you’ve not opened the command prompt window as administrator

Show the WiFi Password on Mac OS X

Your Mac OS X uses Keychain to store the configuration details of the WiFi network and we can use the BSD command “security” to query anything stored inside Keychain, including the Wi-Fi password. Here’s how:
Open Spotlight (Cmd+Space) and type terminal to open the Terminal window. At the command line, enter the following command (replace labnol with your WiFi name), then enter your Mac username and password to access the OS X keychain and the Wi-FI network password would be displayed on the screen in plain text.
security find-generic-password -wa labnol

Reveal the WiFi Password on Linux

This trick for getting Wi-Fi passwords works for Linux too. Substitute labnol with the wireless name (SSID) of your network. The value of the field psk is your WiFi password.
sudo cat /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/labnol | grep psk=
If you don’t know the network name, use the following command.
sudo grep psk= /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/*
WiFi Password for Mac OS X

Start WLAN AutoConfig (Wlansvc Service)

If you are using this technique to retrieve the WiFi password on a Windows computer but getting an error that says – “The Wireless AutoConfig Service (wlansvc) is not running” – here’s a simple fix:
Click the Windows Start button and type “services.msc” in the Run box to access Windows Services. Here go to the WLAN Autoconfig service and make sure that the status is Running. Else right-click the WLAN AutoConfig service, select Properties and go to Dependencies. Check all the dependencies to make sure they are all running.

The story, How to Find the Wi-Fi Password of your Current Network, was originally published at Digital Inspiration by Amit Agarwal on 02/08/2015 under Apple Mac, Networking, Password, Wi-Fi, Software.

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