The Basics of Computer Safety
Whether you are new to technology or an old pro, everyone needs to know the basics of computer safety.
Beware of Buying Used or Refurbished
While purchasing a used or refurbished computer can save a lot of money, it can also be risky. Read this article to find out the right questions to ask before you buy.
Computer Protection In Three Steps
Is protecting your computer a complicated chore? Not with this easy, three-step routine! Follow a few basic steps to ensure that your PC will always be at optimal health.
Hacker Attacks and Your Computer
How do hackers choose the computers they attack? Is your simple home desktop at risk? Find out how to protect your PC and keep it out of a hacker's sights.
How Do You Choose Your Computer?
With hundreds of retailers offering dozens of PC options, how do you choose the one that's right for you?
The Necessity of Backups
If you lost all of the information on your hard drive today, how would you react? Read this article to understand the importance of backing up your data and finding a schedule to do so.
Transferring Files to Your New PC
Is the idea of transferring your files from one computer to another daunting? It doesn't have to be. Read this article for simple, doable solutions.
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The Virus and Spam Newsletter is dedicated to helping you understand and avoid common internet security threats. It will provide you with valuable information on how to protect yourself and your information.
Virus and Spam Prevention In 2011
It's a new year, but there's nothing new about the importance of keeping your system virus and spam free. A good checklist to remind yourself of the basics is a great way to start.
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Before you get sick, your body sends out signals - some subtle, some obvious - to warn you of an impending illness. When your computer is trying to tell you that it's getting sick, can you recognize the warnings?
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