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  • Recover Deleted FilesLost files can usually be recovered—if you discover the loss soon enough. But every time you write to the hard drive, you lower the likelihood of a successful recovery. So use that computer as little as possible until the files are recovered or...
  • Replace Windows 8 with Windows 7 or a look-alike
    on Apr 13, 2014 in OS Windows 8
    You can make Windows 8 behave very much like Windows 7. With far less work than it takes to reinstall an alternate operating system, you can create a reasonable facsimile of Microsoft’s best user interface.  First, you need a third-party St...
  • How to format a write-protected USB flash drive
    on Feb 17, 2014 in flash drive how to USB
    Some memory cards and USB pen drives have write protection switches, which allows you to prevent files from being deleted, or any new files being written to the device. It also prevents the drive or card from being formatted.Occasionally, you’ll...
  • Preventing ransomware and Malware infections
    on Jan 19, 2014
    Avoiding ransomware is much the same as avoiding other types of other malware.Always run a good antivirus utility and keep Windows and browser-related components (Java, Adobe, and the like) updated. Keep your browser clean to prevent adware invasions...
  • Rescue your PC from ransomware
    on Jan 19, 2014
    With the nasty CryptoLocker malware making the rounds—encrypting its victims’ files, and then refusing to provide the unlock key unless a payment of $300 is made via Bitcoin or a prepaid cash voucher—ransomware is back in the spotlight.You can...
  • Back up Your DataYour computer is not invulnerable. Hard-drive failures happen, as do floods, fires, earthquakes, thefts, and other calamities. The hardware in your computer is replaceable, but the data inside—whether critical business documents or precious fam...
  • How to avoid Malware meltdown
    on Jul 8, 2012 in malware News Tech News
    Will YOU lose the internet on Monday? Hundreds of thousands of PCs still at risk worldwide FBI 'ring-fenced' the virus late last year - but protection ends on Monday See below for advice on checking if your computer has been infected Tens of thou...
  • Windows 8 is a major OS overhaulHere's a look at Windows 8's new security tools and features, but some of the most important additions might be the ones you can't see. When Windows 8 comes out later this year, the new Start screen and Metro-style apps will likely be the first chan...
  • Cyber Security
    on Feb 4, 2012 in News security
    Electronic communications networks must be ultra secure in order to build confidence, disposal of physical documents also poses a security risk  INFORMATION security experts last week urged businesses in SA that deal with personal informat...
  • What's best for my computer: Hibernate, sleep, or shut down?
    on Nov 6, 2011 in pc tips
    Q: Does putting my computer to sleep help extend the battery life? What else can I do to save energy and make my new computer last?  A: We’ve all heard stories about what's best for a computer’s battery. That’s why I was excited to make f...
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