Microsoft and Adobe have just released updates you can't afford to miss. A number of these flaws are publicly known and can potentially get your computer taken over by hackers. I'm going to share with you important steps you need to take now to avoid leaving your computer and tablet at risk for hacks.
Remember the WannaCry and Petya ransomware attacks this year? They spread globally, shaking the tech and business worlds alike. Now, a new form of ransomware is following in their footsteps and it could be worse than before! Is it time to prepare for another massive malware attack?
Another patch has just been issued by Microsoft, and it fixes some critical security problems. One of these issues is already being exploited by hackers! If you don't get this patch now, you're leaving your computer, laptop, phone and tablet vulnerable.
You've made your list, and checked it twice. But I've got some last-minute holiday gift ideas you might have overlooked. Stun the whole family with the best tech gifts available. Hurry! You'll need to order them fast if you want to get them in time for Christmas!
Wouldn't cooking be easier if someone was there to walk you through each step? Just think of all the time it would save! As you prep for Thanksgiving dinner, here's a little secret worth considering. Now there's a way to get step-by-step instructions for more than 60,000 recipes!
When it comes to computers, the terms wipe, shred, delete and erase are often used as if they're interchangeable - but they shouldn't be, because they're not. And knowing which to use when could save you some major headaches.