Windows 8.1 users who need a helping hand can check out a new how-to guide from Microsoft.
Dubbed the Windows 8.1 Power User Guide for Business, the PDF offers advice on how to use some of the key features in Microsoft’s latest OS. The document covers a range of topics, including the desktop, File Explorer, the taskbar, Mobility Center, Internet Explorer 11, and SkyDriveRead More
When setting up apps for the first time, it’s tempting to use a simple password like ‘qwerty’ or ’000000′ so that you don’t have to remember one more combination of numbers and letters.
As it turns out, a lot of people give in to that temptation. Drawing from the Adobe security breach that distributed millions of passwords last year, password management application developer SplashData has compiled a list of the worst commonly-used passwords in 2013.
Make sure that you aren’t using any of the passwords below. You’re putting your application data at serious risk if you do, as would-be hackers know to try them first.Read More
1. Upgrade and Add Equipment
Many homeowners have heard of the basic Wi-Fi equipment like network routers (or access points) and wireless adapter cards. While good routers and adapters can last for many years, in general you should periodically consider replacing your old equipment. Newer network gear can be faster, more reliable or offer better compatibility with your home electronic gadgets.
Some people fail to consider the benefits that more advanced gear like wireless print servers, game adapters and video cameras can bring to their home. Before settling for a bare-bones network setup with only a router and a few PCs, research these other types of products also (that can be acquired for very reasonable prices).Read More
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