You may never have heard of PUPs in relation to computers. PUP stands for Potentially Unwanted Program, and is considered a form of malware. While they are not quite the same thing as standard viruses, they’re still not a good thing and as always, once one baddie gets in the door, they often weaken it […]
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Did you know moving your router even a few inches can make a big difference in your signal? If you’ve noticed a particular device on your network is always getting a bad signal, you might try moving your router a little – sometimes this is all it takes to change the signal to broadcast in […]
It’s 10pm and your hard drive is making horrible noises…do you know where your recovery discs are? Recovery discs are your computer’s spare tire and jumper cables. If you have a hard drive die or get a bad virus infection, they are the primary tool needed to get your system back up and running. “But…didn’t […]
Have you ever wondered why it’s actually important to have good passwords? You might think it’s not really a big deal to have a weak password for your email account. After all – let’s just say for the sake of argument you don’t have anything important in there. But if that email is connected to […]
If you are one of the many windows users who are perfectly happy with Windows 7 or 8.1 the continual Windows 10 upgrade notifications can become very frustrating over time. In fact Microsoft has of late become more aggressive in its approach, basically forcing the Windows 10 upgrade on users. You can read more about […]
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