Our no nonsense guide to protecting yourself against the wannacry ransomware and other threats to your computer. We show you how to protect yourself easily.
With computers more a part of our everyday life than ever before, keeping your computer secure is extremely important. It’s understandable that the thought of trying memorise a password for each account you have is daunting. Whether it is the password for your email, online banking, online shopping channels, TV/film channel or social media site. Whatever you like to view online requires a password to access content and to protect your personal details.
Has your antivirus program reported that a computer virus has been found? Normally, this is a good thing, as the program has found the virus and usually this means that it has done something about it.
We are all accessing our bank accounts more and more from computers and mobile devices. Without proper security measures this can leave you open to attack. Follow these simple steps to ensure that you are safe when you view your bank from mobile and internet devices.
Every day we use our computer we are adding to the clutter on the hard drive. This could be temporary files, cookies, poor filing etc. But it is very simple to clear up the clutter without going to any extreme measures.
Computer Maintenance | HDD Maintenance or hard disk drive maintenance is something that you should carry our from time to time. How often depends on how much you add new files and delete old ones. Your disk drive will become fragmented the more you add and delete files and from its day to day running.
Online Security threats seem to be in the news almost every single day. With this company or that company having its data hacked. But how safe is your personal data and what should you do to ensure your personal online security?
We regularly have phone calls from people who have lost their data and need it recovering. For home users, total data loss, caused by a damaged drive can result in just that. Data that is totally unrecoverable, at least in economic terms.