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With occasional security breaches at service providers and rampant email account theft, password security has never been more important. Make sure you choose and use secure passwords.
Even though most of us might never fall for it, the reason there’s so much spam is simple: spam works.
A Windows 10 Recovery Drive can be used to restore Windows backups to your machine and more. I’ll show you how to create one.
There are many reasons why you’re more likely to be directed to online and self-help resources than talk to a real person.
There are now additional protections for your data if your machine becomes infected with a form of malware known as ransomware.
Your ISP controls your internet connection, and it’s easy for them to monitor the data you send and receive. The question is, why would anyone monitor your internet?
Windows Update can get confused or stuck. I’ll review ways to fix Windows Update, including what I refer to as the “nuclear option”.
Partitioning, or splitting a single physical hard drive into multiple drives, has pros and cons. I’ll look at those and make a recommendation.
You can bank online safely, as long as you know what to look for and what steps to take.
Avoid ransomware the same way you avoid any malware. A full backup will save you not only from ransomware, but from a host of other problems as well.
Believe it or not, there’s one change you can make that can dramatically impact how well your technology works for you.
Malicious intent is a common knee-jerk reaction to technological trials and tribulations. Unfortunately, it’s usually the wrong assumption to make.
How to back up Windows 10 using its own built-in tools in eight easy steps. Four bonus steps handle Microsoft’s plans to retire one of those tools.
Searching is an art of sorts. I’ll share two common mistakes searchers make, and my two-step approach to better search results.
Casually installing one download may result in several other things being installed as well. I’ll review the steps to remove these pesky, problematic, painful, Potentially Unwanted Programs, or PUPs.
Updates to Windows seemingly can’t be trusted, and yet they’re forced on us. Something must change.
Media hype makes it seem like the bad guys are winning. They’re always in the lead – but don’t believe the hype.
My take on the latest Windows update and your options therein.
There are those who feel that technology is isolating us from the world. I couldn’t disagree more.
A scam claims your email account has been hacked, possibly even including a password you’ve used. Don’t be fooled.
Confident computing: it’s what you can expect, and a reminder to me of what I’m trying to deliver.
The latest major update to Windows 10 has an issue that’s preventing wider rollout. I’ll review what it is, and what to do.