Microsoft should reconsider the guidance it is offering millions of Windows XP users.
An executive for the company behind the infamous Ask.com toolbar – tweeted out a ‘social network atomic bomb’.
A common example of how Cryptolocker is infecting computers.
Bill Pytlovany expands on our important new research regarding the volatility of lithium ion laptop batteries.
Our good friend Bill Pytlovany explains why those who continue to rely on Windows XP will be faced with new risks starting next April.
In light of the recent revelations about the NSA’s snooping, our good friend Bill P dug into his archives for this post about how printers are designed to help the government catch counterfeiters
After a long trip, you check into your hotel and reach into your bag only to discover your computer is missing…
I have received many questions asking what makes Windows 8 better and some wanting to know if they can go back to Windows 7.
Unwanted downloads isn’t the only business with growth projections that take advantage of consumer ignorance.
I had the pleasure of experiencing an MVP at their best providing critical assistance for one of my community roles.
I’ve read a lot of predictions about the death of the PC. Most of the articles assume the blame is due to the surge inthe use of tablets and powerful smart phones. If you’re seeing the same updates that I do you’ll agree the real death may be due to…
The biggest threat to your security may be the answers you’ve given to security questions.
Today, the public news report is that information from approximately 250,000 Twitter accounts was stolen. Twitter has taken action but I recommend you do more than just change your password. Even if you don’t use Twitter this attack may still affect you.
When I switched to FIOS Internet in 2009 it was cheaper & provided higher upload speeds which weren’t even available from Time Warner. It was an easy decision to switch from Time Warner to Verizon FIOS. While not having a physical store seemed like an issue my experience over the past few days proved Verizon FIOS is determined to be #1.
One of the benefits of Windows 8 is the instant boot capabilities on Windows RT and almost instant boot on Windows 8 Pro. Unfortunately, this speedy boot time may prevent the traditional “Press F8” to enter safe mode.
I was thrilled this week when my friend shared the news Twitter users would be able to download a complete history of their messages.
Now that there isn’t as much discussion about Romney and Obama the passion appears to focus on the future of Microsoft and Windows 8.