This is a popular time of year for hosting friends and family. And stocking up on essentials is a must – drinks, snacks, the list goes on.
But there’s one necessity in your house that might get overlooked: Wi-Fi. Whether your guests want to show a funny YouTube video, stream the latest Taylor Swift song or post a selfie on Facebook, everyone will want a strong and fast Internet connection.
So your Wi-Fi better be ready.
So you’ve got a new PC. Awesome! That humble metal box is the key to a wide world of potential. It can help you with everything from juggling your finances to keeping in touch with Grandmato blowing off some steam on, uh, Steam.
But a new PC isn’t like a new car; you can’t just turn a key and put the pedal to the metal. Okay, maybe you can—but you shouldn’t. Performing just a few simple activities when you first fire it up can help it be safer, faster, and better poised for the future. Here’s how to set up a new PC the right way, step by step.
"Malware" or sometimes called Badware is software that works without the user's knowledge and consent. Malware fundamentally disregards a user's choice regarding how his or her computer will be used. "Malware" covers a wide range of programs, including computer , adware, spyware and viruses more.
Figure out which Online accounts are selling your email to spammers
I am constantly infuriated by the amount of spam I get in my email account every day. To quote a friend of mine: “Honestly, this should be the number one issue in the world today. Forget declaring war on random countries, let’s declare war on spam, and institute the death penalty while we are at it!“
Do you find yourself wishing you had certain files, pictures, music on your phone or tablet? How about you took a great picture with your phone and want to use it on your computer? With Drop Box you can!
Sign up for a FREE 2Gb account and install it on your desktop, laptop, smart phone, iPhone, tablet, iPad etc and start sharing your pictures, documents, videos and more.
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