Has a slow computer got you down? Do you click and nothing happens? I few short years ago RAM was the defacto accessory to speed up a PC. As SSD drives have become more mainstream they have taken the limelight, but don’t count RAM out. For significantly less investment than a new SSD drive you can breathe life back into that old PC.
It is quickly becoming apparent that when this latest version of Avast AV was released it may not have been quite ready for general consumption.
I am on record as being a fan of Windows 8 and I reject many of the criticisms aimed at the new operating system as downright misinformation. It would appear however, that I am a member of an underwhelming minority.
It’s a bit geeky I know and although this tip will work with Windows Vista and Windows 7, the real benefit is with Windows 8 in Desktop mode, it is a time saver to access site(s) that you visit regularly.
Each application, service and/or utility on your computer needs to use a portion of the time the CPU has to offer.
According to a recent report from Cisco; malware is more likely to come from legitimate sites than from those sites traditionally considered as presenting a higher level of risk.
Have you just upgraded to Windows 8? Are you lost and alone in a sea of unfamiliarity? How do I do this, how do I get to that? Do not fear, help is at hand!
Once you upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 8 there is no easy way to go back to what you had previously…
I love my computers and all that goes with them BUT, why oh why do manufacturers insist on perpetuating the awful design flaws which tend to irritate and frustrate most users. Here are my top 5 pet peeves:
As Microsoft moves to a software store model, similar to Apple’s iTunes or the Google Play store, for the Windows ecosystem – software developers are not happy. Is this the opportunity Linux has been looking for to steal the Operating System spotlight?