Understanding the limitations of image backup.
Don’t miss this critical step in creating a reliable backup.
Common troubleshooting steps for solving browser problems.
Linux provides a good alternative for those who hate Windows – but a conversion comes with potential issues.
Many 70, 80 and 90 year olds aren’t intimidated by technology.
Online backup is only part of a broader backup strategy that everyone should have in place.
Your ISP is not calling to help with your Windows problems. Don’t fall for this scam.
Your files are encrypted – you are the victim of ransomware. Is there any way to recover?
Your new external hard drive may come prepackaged with free backup software – but Leo suggests you find a better software solution.
Unfortunately there is no easy way to identify the sender of a harassing email.
Regretting your Windows 10 upgrade? Here are four ways to go back to Windows 7.
How to use process explorer to figure out what program is generating a particular window.
Leo Notenboom says there are no easy solutions for dealing with Flash security vulnerabilities
If your email fails to arrive – the reason may not be obvious.
If your email or other online account is hacked – changing your password is a good first step – but not enough.
Leo Notenboom helps you evaluate Windows 10 upgrade options.
The most common reasons the screen on your PC has gone black.
How to decipher all of the free software download, free trial & free scan offers.
How to regain access to lost, hacked and inaccessible Microsoft accounts.
Far too frequently our willingness to open email attachments – leads to malware infections.
Alternatives to sending email that will likely be flagged as Spam.
Online searches for technical support are leading unsuspecting computer users into multiple scams.
Will disconnecting your backup – give you added protection against Ransomware encryption?
Leo explains how easy it is to manipulate the email ‘From’ line.
How to manage almost any email account with Gmail.
Leo looks at why, and how spammers and others use remote email images for good and evil.
Before you turn your PC over to a repair facility – be sure to secure your hard drive.
Great resources for spreading the word about the benefits of a good back up plan.
Why your fight against Spam shouldn’t involve clicking unsubscribe.
So your PC is packed with malware…STOP! Don’t buy a new PC.
Leo details yet another heartbreaking story of data loss – and the lack of back up.
A field guide to 8 of the most popular cloud storage options.
Why does Windows Explorer keep crashing and how to troubleshoot.
You just accepted the terms of service for that public Wi-Fi…does that make it secure?
Leo strongly recommends two-factor authentication as another way to protect against hackers.
Your email has been hacked, closed and is still sending spam to your contacts.
Microsoft killed support for Windows XP and we are all still standing.
Sometimes the best answer to your PC problems is right in front of your face.
What to do if you think you are the target of an online stalker.
Leo offers guidance for those stuck in an account recovery ‘carnival ride’.
Leo’s deep dive into the built into the Windows back up solution – is not all positive.
Should you partition your hard drive? Leo weighs the pros & cons.
Many people are shocked and even outraged over Facebook’s news feed experiments. Reality is – this stuff happens to you all of the time.
Can you trust USB thumbdrives to always keep important files safe?
How to back up your Hotmail and Outlook email accounts and contacts.
Leo suggests that getting used to new ‘things’ (like Windows 8) is not always ideal – but frequently worthwhile.
The TrueCrypt project may have suffered a very quick death. Leo looks at what it all means, and most importantly whether or not you need to take action.
Should search engines be obligated to remove ‘you’ from their search indexes?
Processors are not getting faster as quickly as they once did – but they are still improving.
The answer explains the difference between good and very bad security.