When our PCs work normally, we sometimes take them for granted. We recklessly fill up our hard drives with data, download files, install applications and browse the web as we please. But of course, all it takes is one installation of a malicious application to ruin your PC and worse, have all your information stolen.
While the Instant Pot is amazing at helping create amazing food, it can only make the best of what you put in it. That's where recipes come in, and with something as unique as the Instant Pot making it all work, you'll want to find ideas that maximize its abilities.
Last week, a new form of ransomware surfaced that's targeting anyone using the MacOS platform. If you have a Mac, you're at risk of contracting this virus, which scrambles all of your files until you pay. Trust me, you want to avoid this! But if it happens to you, I've also discovered a way to beat it.
Over 1,000 models of web-connected cameras have been found to have a serious security flaw! One of these cameras could be in your home right now, allowing hackers to hijack your device. Trust me, you need to take these steps now if you care about privacy in your own home.
Watch out! A phony app has just been discovered and found to be hiding invasive malware. It looks exactly like a legitimate app that millions of people use. But if you accidentally install it on your gadget, hackers can record what you're saying and steal your private data. Is your phone or tablet already infected?
Your car knows more about you than you realize. Especially, if it's a newer model. You'll be surprised by how much data can be collected by these high-tech car systems. What happens with all of the data it collects? You'll be shocked when you find out.
Anyone who uses a computer has probably experienced this one time or another, a PC or Mac that seems to bog down over time. Your programs open sluggishly, web browsing seems pokey, apps are lagging and your computer startup time is worse than ever. But before you throw your computer out to the nearest recycle bin, I have some troubleshooting ideas.