Changing a Windows XP operating system to a Linux platform is not a simple upgrade or migration. It’s more like starting over. Here are the basic steps.
Think of your computer’s hard drive as a temporary solution for any files. It’s not a matter of if things will disappear, but when. Regular readers can guess what I’m going to say next…
Many things can cause one computer to hog your bandwidth. But there’s a useful Windows 7 utility that may show you where the bandwidth is going.
It’s important to understand the terminology when it comes to masking an IP address. Depending on your security needs, some need to be done differently.
It’s probably a coincidence, but there are a few scenarios where data could be shared with other websites. Let’s look at how that can happen.
Temp files that you can’t delete are often safe. Still, I am concerned that one of your files sounds like it’s related to known malware. The first step is to clean up.
This feels like a hard-drive failure to me. There are several things you can check, but the most urgent thing to do is back up!
In this scenario, you’ll end up with two IP addresses, but the hub and router won’t each get one. I’ll explain.