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From “ignorance is bliss” to “surprise attack and disaster” – how many thousands of Internet users have experienced this frustration and grief?
This raises the obvious question: “Why haven’t they prepared to avoid it?”
The startling fact is that there are many long term Internet users who have never even considered updating their Operating Systems and protective Safe-ware.
Perhaps the complexity of it all contributes to what might be described as User apathy – or indifference and a lack of enthusiasm toward the following:
* The news of yet another vulnerability or patch process Continue reading
What if you found that your computer is out of date? You probably want to upgrade your computer since you have no choice to do so. Your works depend on your hardware computer upgrade. That?s how you going to have a good result.
But before you make any further step, try to learn about your computer. Search all options and ask for advice. Only after this you can go and buy a new component. It?s also useful to check if you really need an upgrade.
Sure, it?s not funny if you keep your old computer but you still loose data when you do your works. Its just a matter of time before you experience a hard drive problem when you still using your old computer Continue reading
Here is a lesson for beginning computer mouse users.
To hold the computer mouse:
Hold the sides of the mouse with your thumb on one side and ring finger or pinkie, which ever feels more comfortable to you, on the other side. Your index finger goes on the left button and your middle finger on the right button. (Some computer mice only have one button, some have several, some have a wheel which you can use your middle finger to depress the wheel then turn it up or down to scroll pages very quickly or slow depending on how quickly you turn the wheel. Personally I love the wheel and would not have a mouse without it!) When you are told to ‘click’ use the button under your index finger, or the left button Continue reading
The computer case is just the box that the computer stuff is housed in. For all intents and purposes it does very little. It doesn’t have to spin around, open or close too often or do many other things.
However a well made and designed case can make very obvious and pleasant differences for your computing experience. Although most cases will do for the very run of the mill, everyday computer, a better case can benefit you in many ways.
Looks are probably the first thing that you would look for. At the very least you will have to look at your case, so it should look good. Many cases, even really cheap ones can come in many different colors and styles Continue reading
My first experience with a spyware BHO based infection was several months ago. I had gone through all of the usual steps with the client’s machine to clean it. Ad-Aware was run, Spybot: Search and Destroy was as well. Nothing looked suspicious in the system’s startup. All appeared well, but it wasn’t.
After extensive testing and no further symptoms I returned the computer to my client’s home. I hooked it back up, and dialed the internet. Everything so far was progressing smoothly. But, as SOON as I loaded Internet Explorer: BAM the same pop-up advertisements and other annoying things started happening again Continue reading