These articles are meant for those whom need a little help with computer basics, and security; covering topics that are beneficial to the personal computer user, using minimal technical talk.
It doesn't take long for dust and dirt to ruin a computer, its easy to clean your own personal computer. Protect your investment by keeping it clean, and free of dust buildup.
People are out to steal anything they can, and an unsecured wireless network makes an easy target. It is not hard to secure your own wireless network.
With common sense a computer can be secured without taking extreme measures. Take control of your computers data. Want to know more?
Computers are much easier to operate and use then they ever have been before. However, don't just plug it in and go, but then where do you start?
Protect your data before its too late. Data backup tips is an introduction to data storage, and the types of devices that can be used including the cloud.
Don't just surf the web willy nilly, one click is all it takes to fully infest a PC. We offer tips and advice on how to surf the Internet smarter and safer.
The cloud is becoming a popular place to store data and precious memories but is it right for you? Our article the cloud may help you answer that question.
Computers don't get sick, but they sure can get infected with malware & viruses. If you think your PC is infected read Windows virus help and cure your PC.
Is using older versions of Windows a good idea or not? PCMD recommends running the latest operating systems, but do you need too?
PCMD recommends all users of Windows operating systems use Windows Update. The benefits out weigh the risks some of the time. Read PCMD's op-ed here.
Electronic waste or e-waste is pretty much every thing that runs on batteries, or has a power cord. Do your part, don't throw electronic waste of any kind in the trash.