Depending on your usage, turning your computer off at night might be appropriate. But is it actually saving energy? In the long run, it’s hard to say.
Most email programs can block email from a specific address. Unfortunately, blocking email from a sender is ineffective when it comes to spam.
Relay servers pass email messages along from one email server to another. I’ll review why they exist, and why they might matter.
What Windows Update leaves behind isn’t trash at all, but rather files with a specific purpose.
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Printing pictures displayed on screen so they look good turns out to be surprisingly difficult, if not downright impossible.
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It’s tempting to want to reply to spam, telling the sender to stop it (or worse). Not only is that ineffective, it often makes things worse.
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The VPNFilter malware that impacts routers is complex and difficult to know what to do about.
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Assorted redistributables and shared libraries are often installed on your PC by programs that need them. Removing them, while tempting, is fairly risky.
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It’s impossible to know your machine has no malware. What does that mean for your safety?
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We’re all told to shut down Windows before turning power off, but what if the power just goes out? If you’re not protected, bad things can happen.
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Cryptomator is a powerful tool to protect the data you place into cloud storage.
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Encrypting your data is important for security, but it also adds risk that’s easy to overlook when backing up.