The new version of Microsoft Windows, Windows 8, only recently hit the market. And the tech press have already combed through the software. That’s great news for you: The editors at computing publications across the Internet have already given Windows 8 a test drive
Want to safeguard your computer from hackers? Slate technology writer Will Oremus has one idea: disable Java. If you do not know, Java is software that runs interactive functions on some webpages
You wouldn’t think of traveling around the world without your smartphone. After all, that little device can help you quickly change plane reservations, discover the trendiest new restaurants, and find out just how busy the highway to your hotel is. However, there’s one problem: Using your cell phone outside of the United States will cost you big bucks.
Most of us use computers everyday whether it’s a desktop, laptop, and/or tablet. And we can use all the help we can get.
We understand: You sit in front of your computer all day every day, typing reports, answering email messages, and creating presentations.
I'm passing alond an email that was forwarded to me. I don't claim to have written it. Research shows that it, or similar emails, have been going around since 2006; however, it is good common sense on simple steps to protect your technology from allowing someone to exploit you.
It’s fall, the season of Halloween, and Slate recently ran a truly terrifying story . It focused on the rise of “ransomware,” a new form of malware that is truly creepy, and, unfortunately, very efficient. According to Slate, this is how this specific hack works: You either click on an infected web page or a link in an email message and your computer screen turns gray.
It feels like we read about a new tablet or smartphone coming onto the market everyday. This may put pressure on people in the business world to invest in the latest and greatest tech. Diff’rent folks, diff’rent tech But, not everybody needs the latest and greatest.
Writing with a word processor should be a simple task. However, the king of the word processors, Microsoft Word, really isn’t about simplicity. No, Microsoft Word is about loads and loads of features.
Not quite prepared to upgrade your operating system from Windows 7? No big deal, Windows 7 is fairly efficient