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Here you can find information on how to backup your data. This is a basic introduction to general backup
General Information about the negative effects of dust and dirt on personal computers and electronics.
The Internet has a lot to offer and being smart while surfing can save a lot of headaches. What do we mean by smart surfing you ask? Visit this page to find out.
What is the cloud? This is a very common question, and the answer is surprisingly simple. Learn more about the cloud here.
PCMD does not recommend using older Microsoft operating systems. In general over the years operating systems have improved in many ways including speed, reliability and security. Read this post if you would like to read our thoughts on the subject.
Get more information on the importance of keeping Windows operating systems up to date.
Tips on how to keep viruses off your computer and what to do if you get one.
A quick tutorial on basic wireless security settings. Secure your wireless network, there is no good reason not too.
Microsoft knows users need a way to quickly access system settings, so they added the Quick Link Menu. We show you how to access it.
A simple yet easily forgotten but very useful setting is to know where to set your DPI (dots per inch). This controls the size of fonts on the screen system wide.
Bought a second monitor and can't get you mouse to go across the middle of the screen. No worries there is a quick and easy fix for that.
Power management is often over looked, and there are a few settings that should be set depending on the type of device. PCMD walks you through how to set it to high performance.
A quick and easy security measure is to turn off Windows Autoplay. PCMD offers a simple to follow walk through.
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Photos of some really dirty PCs. Dust your personal computer it could last longer.