If you are seeing this across a family of sites or just one site, it’s possible (in fact it’s even most likely) that it’s a problem on the server’s side. It may be a designer error. It may even be a malicious site.
Make sure you understand how any software you use keeps personal data in the cloud and the steps necessary to delete, or secure, that data.
The rule is never click on links unless you are 100% certain that they are from who you think they are. The question is, how can you be certain?
I like to follow the old saying, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” But there are some considerations here where replacing the hard drive would make sense.
There’s an app for that! An easy combination of programs can help you clean a computer before you sell it or give it away.
Often, when a secure https site is fetching images from its unsecure http counterpart your browser will flash a security warning. It’s common, but is it something to worry about?
It’s hard to know what the Windows 8 Upgrade Assistant is looking for when it gives an upgrade warning. It may be a serious problem, it may only be flagging incompatibility with other Windows 8 programs.
Upgrading a computer can be a lot of work, is going to cost some money, and depends on your needs. I’ll show you where to start.
If you are doing regular image backups of your computer, and incremental backups of new data you’re good. But what about the files you are working on today?
Microsoft Office documents can sometimes grow larger as you save them. There are a few options to explore to reduce the likelihood, and the space used.