In light of the recent revelations about the NSA’s snooping, our good friend Bill P dug into his archives for this post about how printers are designed to help the government catch counterfeiters
Heat continues to be a major factor in the failure of computer components inside a desktop computer case.
As the co-founder of FixMeStick, I appreciated the Pit Crew’s article on Windows 8 Secure Boot last week. As the Pit Crew’s article mentions, even Microsoft’s own Offline Defender won’t boot on Windows 8 PCs with Secure Boot on. Neither will Norton’s Bootable Recovery Tool. We received a lot of questions about how we do it so here’s how we’ve architected our latest FixMeStick (a computer virus removal device):
Freeware popularity ranking based on the percentage of all PCs (which ran the PC Pitstop diagnostics scans last month) that had the particular freeware title installed.
Microsoft Word includes a set of handy shortcuts for creating foreign characters.
Did you know? Excel allows you to sort graphics along with the regular data in your tables. Here is how to do it…
According to recent news reports, the National Security Agency has spent the last several years monitoring emails, search activity and file transfers of Americans – through the cooperation of tech giants like Microsoft, Apple and Google.
Web browsers have become a favorite target for those who create malware. When it comes to guarding against these threats – not all browsers are created equal.
A step by step guide to finding and downloading an app through the Win8 App “Windows Store” (the name “App Store” is already used by Apple, so Microsoft wanted to avoid confusion, confusingly enough).