Personal Technology Information


Personal Technology Information

10 Tips to SPEED Up Your PC


1. Let your PC boot up completely before opening any applications.

Email Management


If you utilize a computer at home or work it is likely that you use email. Email is an electronic message that is sent from one computer to another following a specific protocol (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol or SMTP).

10 Time Saving Keyboard Shortcuts


Time is money. And when you constantly have to divide your time between your mouse and your keyboard, your workflow rate really slows down.

Be Prepared in the Event Computer Disaster Strikes


ComputersBusinesses and individuals alike have all grown to rely on computers. The reliance is never more apparent than when something happens to the horrid little box that makes our lives easier.

10 Tips to Stay Safe and Secure Online


The Internet can be a dangerous place.While you're enjoying the convenience of online shopping, Internet banking and subscription websites, nasty people lurk around every corner.

Use Your Computer For Your Entertainment Needs


By using your computer today you can find a lot of different music and movie programs. From downloading music and movies directly from the internet to buying subscriptions, joining clubs, and even renting, all from the comfort of your home.

Faster Browsing Tips


IF WE say that it was mainly because of the Windows operating system that a Computer could become a personal computer it would not be an exaggeration. The revolution is still on.

More Cool Web Tricks


If you ask most people what frustrates them most about the Internet, many of them will tell you "It's the little things!"It seems like all the great tricks and tips that make people exclaim "STOP! How did you do that?" never make it into any manual (at least where I can find them).My father (and co-author of "Turn Words Into Traffic") calls it the "reverse oral tradition" of computing, where children teach parents the survival skills of PC life.

Keeping Passwords Secure


As the web has evolved, so have the methods of collecting personal information. A large number of websites require visitors to register to gain access or participate.

Learn the Lost Art of Touch Typing


Computers have replaced typewriters, but two-finger, hunt-and-peck typing can never replace the touch typing of a trained professional.A recent report by Robert Johnson in the Boston Globe highlights the decline of typing skills.

Got Virus?


GOT VIRUS? Your Data is NOT lost forever!In the wake of so many computer viruses running wild, "Hope is not lost"!With the recent release of such viruses as: mydoom; netsky; mofei, lovegate and many more destructive viruses, there is an affordable solution to recover your lost files from your hard drive.Selecting a Data Recovery Service Company can be a challenging and confusing undertaking to say the least.

How to Protect your PC from Spyware in the Cyber Age


Wouldn't you be shocked to find that your personal sensitive information, like files, credit card information, operating system / software and other non-disclosed data to be penetrated by unscrupulous prying eyes? Even worse..

Refurbished Computers on the Internet


What is a Refurbished Computer?Refurbished Computers. Remanufactured Computers.

Tips for Buying a PC


Buying Your PCBuying a PC that's right for you and your family is not all that simple task. More so if you're going to buy an unbranded or an assembled one.

SOBIG.F Virus Promises Ill Be Back


On 21 August 2003 Symantec Security Response upgraded the W32.SOBIG.

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