Most of our computers contain such things as banking information, tax documents, saved passwords and more. Can you imagine someone snooping around and getting their hands on all that? Scary, right? If you do have sensitive info on your computer, you might want to take extra precautions to lock it down.
If you're a power user looking for a solidly designed, feature-packed email program that supports local backups of all your email accounts for Windows, then this email program is definitely the one for you!
With the release of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update in August, Microsoft finally rolled out extension support for its Edge browser, making it more competitive with products like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
Did you know most tech issues can be solved in just a few steps? If you know the right tricks, you can save hundreds of dollars by not having to hire an IT professional. All you need is a trustworthy resource to walk you through step-by-step. These eBooks and tools will guide you through and answer your questions.
Headaches. Dry and itchy eyes. Blurred vision and muscle spasms. Any of these symptoms familiar to you? They are caused by hours of staring at screens. It's no secret that technology causes some unique health problems, but what is alarming is the scale. I'll share with you what I personally use to prevent these symptoms.
It's good to maintain your computer's performance. But, cleaning out your hard disk doesn't always mean the stuff you deleted is completely gone. In fact, hackers can recover information you thought was gone. To permanently clean out clutter from your hard disk, there's a free alternative to your computer's Disk Cleanup.
Technology is starting to invade our homes with the name “smart” attached to it from our kitchens to bedrooms. Appliances such as refrigerators, ovens and stoves are turning “smart” along with our TVs, beds and even toilets. This may seem exciting but some argue “smart” technology in the home is dangerous.