When the power goes out, data loss can happen. Fortunately, it’s not more prevalent for Solid State Drives. No matter what kind of a drive you get, you should always protect yourself.
While the ratio of PCs to mobile devices may change over time, I believe PCs will not be going away any time soon. They’re just too darned useful.
It’s really nothing to worry about; the recipient’s email program is likely grabbing information from your profile. There may be something you can do about it, if you care.
Industry experts use the term “exploit” in several ways, which makes warning messages pretty unclear. Stay safe by assuming the worst.
To get the clearest image possible it’s important to have a graphics card that can produce the native or prefered resolution of your monitor.
Hard drive failures happen. Everyone needs to realize that. You can probably guess my recommendation for staying safe.
Google’s search tools can help you find websites that have been tagged with particular dates. But be cautious; dates may not mean what you think.
When you install a new anti-malware tool on a machine that has similar programs already, you may see a warning about possible conflicts. Basically, you have three choices to continue.