By defragmenting the hard drive all the files that can be lined up together are moved so that the hard drive reads files faster, has less movement needed, and lasts longer. Continue reading
Is your computer sending out random messages to people in your address book? You may be infected with a virus. Read more to find out why and how to fix it. Continue reading
Paul from MN writes:
I was surfing the web and came across a free computer operating system called Ubuntu. It says it is as good or better then the standard ones – claiming it cannot be infected by spyware, viruses, or be hacked.
Have you heard of it and what are
What’s the difference between Intel’s Core i5 and i7 processors when it comes to single applications? Continue reading
Donna from Hamden, CT writes:
Yesterday I purchased an Apple IMac desk top computer. It’s a really big change from Windows 7. The salesperson showed me some things, but today I’m finding I can’t get out of certain websites – like the Slingo game I play. I don’t see a home button to go to. Can you help me figure this out please?
Are solid state hard drives (SSD’s) good for external storage? Find out if it’s worth it to buy a SSD for your external hard drive and who makes the best ones. Continue reading
Ever wonder how to make individual cells locked so you don’t mistakenly edit formulas in Excel? Read this tip to find out the easy way how! Continue reading
Here’s a quick tip on how to change it so the day of the week appears in your time and date settings in Windows 7. Give it a look! Continue reading
Windows automatically reboots after a blue screen of death and writes a log entry in the event log, but if you want Windows to stay at the blue screen until you manually restart the computer here is what you need to do. Continue reading
Wouldn’t it be great if you could save money on ink and paper by seeing what you print before you print it? Maybe only selecting the pages you want, or being able to put multiple pages on one sheet of paper? GreenCloud lets you do it! Continue reading
KeePass is a open source secure password utility that lets you generate, save and recall passwords and account information for free. It is secured using 256 bit AES encryption, one of the strongest encryption algorithms made, and allows you to access all the saved information using one master password. Continue reading
CollageIT is a program that allows you to create amazing collages using your digital photos. The interface is simple to use, and with 15 templates included for free that you can customize in near infinite ways, the possibilities for creativity are endless! Continue reading