Easily find your stolen computer or mobile
Many of you think that stolen computer or mobile is hard to retrieve? No, it’s not.
You can retrieve your computer or mobile by my idea, but it has some conditions to work, yes it definitely works.
In this digital world, anything is possible to do on digital things.
If you have lost your mobile phone or laptop then this article can bring your happiness again.
This idea works only if you were having the internet in your home or data connection for mobile users.
If you weren’t used internet connection when you were having laptop or mobile, then I am sorry I can’t help you at this point.
Even though I will give some tips for those who weren’t having an internet connection.
Recently one of my friend laptops got stolen in midnight and he was not able to do anything on it, he lost his first favorite laptop and his lovable mobile phone too.
So let me now tell the things you need to do, before that you have to learn so you can thoroughly understand what’s happening.
The first step you have to do is you have to know your
MAC ID (for laptop and mobile)
IMEI (for mobile alone)
If the above words meaning nothing to you, don’t worry I explained the above words.
To those who know what that are you can further go to the end of an article by skipping the two paragraphs.
But I strongly recommend you that reading this will help you to understand the things clearly.
MAC: (Media Access Control):
MAC address is a special address which is imprinted on the Network card of your laptop and desktop.
In addition to that, the internet works with this MAC address by combining with the IP address of your network.
So how to find the MAC address of your laptop in windows and apple computers.
For windows users:
I just need you to press window + R key in your computer, you will see run dialog with a text box.
Type cmd in it.
If you did it correctly you will see a black screen with white text with the version of Microsoft windows you use.
If you are there, then type “getmac” Without space as “getmac”.
You will see an address something as “FF-FF-FF-FF-FF-FF”.
Note: “FF” is just for reference. Your computer MAC address will be in alphanumeric.
For apple users:
Open the system preferences from the apple menu