Top 10 Tablets for 2011
Tablets are becoming more and more popular with the ease and availability of accessing app markets and the internet. In fact millions of devices have already been sold from Apples passed Androids, Check out this top 10 and learn which one can be right for you. To Purchase a new tablet now click here :D Added from my Asus A500 Tablet :)
Top 10 Anti Virus for 2011
Understanding how Anti-Virus software can differ from manufacture to manufacture is really important. You must understand what your buying and how its going to work for you. Here is a reviewed list of today's Top Paid For Anti-Virus Software for 2011. If your not looking into paying for software there is still some great choice out there for you, such as Malwarebytes Anti- Malware, Avast, Avira and others that can work well for you also.
How and Why to use Windows Safe Mode
Learning safe mode, understand what it does, and how to operate it is an important part of understanding how to repair and remove virus from your computer. Safe mode is a diagnostic mode of a computer operating system (OS). It can also refer to a mode of operation by application software. Safe mode is intended to fix most, if not all problems within an operating system.
Beware of scams by chain companies. Be Smart. Stay Local.
Beware of chain companies that are ready to make a quick buck out of your wallet. Scamming consumers out of hard earn money is morally wrong and shouldn't be tolerated in the industry. Mike's Computer Repair has set high standards in our community, to help each other in time of need. We always offer fast, friendly, and fair services that you can always count on. Were local and here to stay.
How to delete Temporary Files, Web History, Cookies and more using CCleaner
Online safety is the number one priority for many people in the world today. Clearing your Internet browser's cookies can help by deleting the information that websites have gathered about you and stored on your computer as small text files. Most of these files are completely harmless, but others store where you went, what you did, and any personal information you gave.
How to protect yourself from Malware
Malware is big and malware is bad. Your computer is constantly at risk from infection by malware including viruses, worms, trojans, rootkits, dialers and spyware. If viruses are mischief, malware is mayhem. Malware doesn’t just want to disrupt your network, it wants your keystrokes, logins, passwords, address book, data, credit card information, favorite t-shirt and possibly your cat. Malware is not going away any time soon. Malware is growing, developing, constantly evolving. Malware is becoming more difficult to detect, and even harder to remove.