Pros and Cons of Hard Drive Partitioning

July 15, 2014 by in leo notenboom

Should you partition your hard drive? Leo weighs the pros & cons.

Facebook Experimented On You

July 07, 2014 by in leo notenboom

Many people are shocked and even outraged over Facebook’s news feed experiments. Reality is – this stuff happens to you all of the time.

Do USB ThumbDrives Ever Die?

June 25, 2014 by in leo notenboom

Can you trust USB thumbdrives to always keep important files safe?

Backing Up Your Email and Contacts

June 18, 2014 by in leo notenboom

How to back up your Hotmail and Outlook email accounts and contacts.

Getting Used to Windows 8

June 12, 2014 by in leo notenboom

Leo suggests that getting used to new ‘things’ (like Windows 8) is not always ideal – but frequently worthwhile.

Did TrueCrypt Die?

June 02, 2014 by in leo notenboom

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.

The Internet Never Forgets

May 28, 2014 by in leo notenboom

Should search engines be obligated to remove ‘you’ from their search indexes?

The End of Moore’s Law

April 24, 2014 by in leo notenboom

Processors are not getting faster as quickly as they once did – but they are still improving.

Why Are You Forced to Reset Your Passwords?

April 16, 2014 by in leo notenboom

The answer explains the difference between good and very bad security.

Frighteningly Easy Way to Reset Windows Passwords

April 03, 2014 by in leo notenboom

Resetting your Windows password is easy – that’s good — if you need access, bad — if you want to protect your PC.

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