When you buy a computer, you may think that everything you need will be included with your purchase. But in fact, you will actually need to purchase some separate software to be able to properly use your computer. The software you will need depends on what you will be using your computer for, but we will give some general software suggestions![Read more…] about Must Have Software
Recently, computer sales have slowed down worldwide. There are many reasons for this, one being Windows 10 being a free upgrade for a while, and also the rise of tablets and smartphones. Another major reason: people are keeping their computers for longer. But how long should you go in-between computer upgrades?
Until recently, the standard time between computer upgrades was roughly three years. Nowadays [Read more…] about Computer Upgrades: Make Your Computer Last Longer
Don’t get me wrong, I love my MacBook. My Mac has gotten me through some tough times over the years, and she has always been by my side. However, lately she has been running slower than a sloth and the spinning ball pops up more often than it doesn’t. So if your mac is like min, here are some tips to get you started.
Disclaimer: Before you start, you should back everything up just to be safe. Mac has the great Time Machine feature. So all you have to do is plug in a hard drive and run Time Machine and presto!
Buying a computer can be a tedious process. Sometimes it feels a bit like buying a new home because there are so many to choose from and you probably have no idea what the sales guy is talking about when he says things like RAM and specs. So you just nod your head. However, none of us want to end up with a computer that’s not going to meet our needs, especially when they are not cheap. So here are just a few tips of finding the right computer for you.
More than 390,000 new pieces of malware are detected each day. These large numbers of malicious programs give hackers a large number of opportunities to gain access to the information within your device. You may not even know that you are making common mistakes that give hackers access. Here is a list of common mistakes that many users make and how to avoid them to keep your device and network safe.
Email attachments have become very popular in the past years. They are a convenient way to send documents to your friends and family, but they also often carry viruses. You need to be very cautious when you are opening email attachments, even if they appear to be sent for a friend or family member.