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Jan
01

How To Make Your Photos Last A Lifetime (and Beyond)

How to Make Your Photos Last A Lifetime (and Beyond) Digital cameras are great, and thanks to smartphones, we have one with us almost all the time. We're taking more photos than ever before, and building a lifetime of digital data. But despite the enormous value of these photos and videos, most people don't have a backup. It's time to shine a light...
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Dec
25

“So Slow!” Is it your Computer or your Internet Connection?

"Why is this computer running so slow?" It's a common complaint. The question is whether it's your computer or your internet connection. You may feel your computer is moving at a snail's pace, but it used to be cheetah-fast! You're going to want to identify and address the issue to get back up to speed. Yet it's hard to know whether to blame your c...
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Dec
22

Do You Copy? What Can Go Wrong with BCC

Try to find someone who has not "replied all" when meaning to send to only one individual. It's embarrassing and can aggravate those people with more emails flooding their box. Another common email gaffe is misusing the CC and BCC fields in outgoing messages. This mistake can prove costly for business. You'll have noticed those extra fields below t...
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Dec
20

Are You Banking Online Safely?

Banks and credit card companies are making it easier for us to get money on the go. We can check account balances, pay bills, and transfer funds online. We no longer even have to go into a bank or visit an ATM to deposit checks. But are you banking online safely? In the past, all we had to do was protect our PIN number (and remember it). Now, we ne...
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Dec
04

The Trouble with Trusting Your Online Friends

Trust is the foundation of a good relationship – you trust friends to be loyal, sincere, and honest. But when you blindly trust online friends, you could be opening yourself up to cyberattack. When you hear about a big data breach on the news, you may think you don't need to worry. You may think, "I don't do business with that company, so the crook...
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Oct
23

How to Get Your Devices to Play Nicely Together: Home Networking Help

Why can't we all just get along? You've probably thought that before. But the sentiment is also one that goes through our heads when we're trying to set up home networking. When cables and passwords abound, we can't help but wish it was easier to get all our devices to play nicely together. Here's help. Desktop computers. Laptops. Tablets. Network ...
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Oct
09

LetMeIn101: How the Bad Guys Get Your Password

Passwords are essential to your cybersafety. You know it, but if you're like the rest of the digital society, you probably have dozens of passwords to remember. It's a lot. So, you might take shortcuts. Taking advantage of your laissez-faire attitude is one way bad guys access your passwords. Incredibly, there are still people out there using "pass...
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Sep
23

Does Mesh Wi-Fi Make Sense in Your Home?

Wi-Fi is a top contender for a technology most of us rely upon. After all, Wi-Fi often provides our wireless high-speed internet and network connections. Without Wi-Fi we'd be stuck watching another reality TV show on a cable-connected device. We couldn't work from wherever we wanted in our homes. Gulp, the horror! Well, just when you were becoming...
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Sep
09

Facebook is for Sharing, Not Storing

When was the last time you held an actual photo album or actual prints of photographs in your hands? Maybe you look back at older photographs only when Facebook's TimeHop app reminds you of a pic from five years ago. If so, you may be risking your visual history. Facebook is a great way to share photos with friends and family around the world. You ...
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Aug
27

Why You Need Professional Virus Removal

"Your computer has a virus." Such a dreaded five words! We don't want to come down with a human virus; we'll feel awful and miss work. But when a virus hits our computer, we could lose valuable information or be vulnerable to attack. Chicken soup won't cut it. Perhaps you have an antivirus product installed on your computer. This computer software ...
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Aug
06

5 Common Computer Myths Debunked

Common urban myths would have us believe alligators live in sewers or people put razor blades in kids' candy. Common misconceptions about computers are just as persistent. Here are several IT myths debunked for your benefit. #1 A slow-running computer has a virus A virus can be to blame. Spyware or other malware can also cause a computer to slow do...
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Jul
24

Why Computer Repair Is Best Left to Experts

Many of us have one solution to try when something goes wrong with our computers: turn it off and back on again. When that doesn't work, we panic: "How am I supposed to do anything?" People often turn to a friend or family member for help in the moment. But computer repair is better left to experts. Calling tech support (if that's an option) can be...
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Jul
03

3 Top Reasons for Onsite Computer Repair

No one wants to experience computer problems. Whether it's used for personal or business use, your computer is likely indispensable. Essential customer files are on there! All your downloaded music! The family photos! Vendor contracts and employee payroll information! Compounding the crisis is the hassle of going to get the computer fixed. That's w...
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Jul
03

Time for What Matters: Essential Windows Shortcuts

The average person spends 90,000 hours at work. These hours can cost us sleep, affect our mood, and cause us to gain weight. Oh, and work can cause stress, too. We can't give you a "get out of work free" card, but these essential Windows shortcuts will help you save time. By gaining efficiency at your computer, you may find you have more time for w...
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Jun
12

Why is My Brand New Laptop So Slow?

Your old computer is beginning to slow down. So, you invest in a shiny new laptop. The clouds part and the sun shines down on this bright and lovely new device. Everything will be faster and easier. Only, from the first day, the new laptop is lagging. Why is it running so slow? One of these might be the reason. #1 Not enough computing power. In man...
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May
22

Loving your External Hard Drive

External hard drives free up storage, offer portability, and provide a lifeline in case of computer disaster. It pays to take good care of these compact, convenient devices. Here are some helpful strategies. 1. Don't knock the drive. Depending on the type of drive you have, impact could damage it. The hard drive's mechanical drives work a little li...
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May
01

What Happens to Your Data When You Die?

Death is a morbid topic most of us try to avoid. Making a will and saying we prefer cremation is the extent of our advance planning. Yet, you may want to also think about what's going to happen to your data. Consider your digital footprint. You have photos, files, and emails on your computer and your phone. You're also documenting your life on soci...
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Apr
23

What is the Best Way to Backup?

  "That will never happen to me." We get through our lives telling ourselves the worst won't happen to us. It's the same with business: "We won't need this data backup." Yet, whatever your industry, secure, reliable backup ensures business as usual. So, what's the best way to backup? Here's help. Why You Need to Backup 1.Business disruptions o...
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Apr
09

OK Google, How Safe Are You Really?

Are you prompting Siri, Google, or Alexa? When you talk to a home assistant, you join a growing number of smart homes. Smart home assistants search online, start phone calls, order groceries, play music, turn lights on. All with a single spoken command. Research into how people use Google or Alexa demonstrates the core features. Listening to music ...
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Feb
26

Repairing Your Computer Quicker for Less

  Have you started to notice your computer's niggles, flaws, and problems growing more severe and more frequent over recent months? These issues can irritate you daily, stop you from doing critical tasks, and even put your data in danger. It may be time to book in your computer for a brief service check or repair to get back on track. When boo...
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