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Improving Your Computer For The Next Year

Improving Your Computer For The Next Year Can you believe that this year is almost over? Before you know it, people will begin making their resolutions for the New Year. Those resolutions will generally be about things that can help them improve their lives. If you plan to make a resolution that involves doing something to improve your life, one of those resolutions should include improving your computer and technology life. Yes, that is correct. There are many technology maintenance and repair tasks that should not be forgotten or ignored, but unfortunately, they are often forgotten about. We know you have probably gone through a few computer maintenance tasks before, but… Read More

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Improve Your Computer Experience With EMF Protection Technology

Enhancing Your Computer-Use Experience When you think about improving your computer, what probably comes to mind are changes or additions to its basic hardware or software: adding more RAM, cleaning up your disk by removing junk files, improving CPU performance, checking for viruses and spyware, adding a browser ad-block extension, upgrading your hard drive, etc. And all of these are important ways to maximise your computer’s performance. But what’s also important is to maximise your experience of using your computer: to make it as pleasant and stress-free as possible. In this post, we’ll explore two powerful technologies designed specifically to enhance your computer-user experience. The first is especially relevant for… Read More

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4 Easy Ways to Speed Up Your Computer Without Technical Knowledge

Speed Up Your Computer Computer problems are immediately frustrating. Imminently soul-crushing. Even worse, they’re scary black holes (or blue screen) of inevitably. Any slowdown, forced shutdown, or error can seem like an unsolvable problem if you’ve haven’t fixed it before. When you notice your computer getting slower and slower, don’t think that you have to make the choice between taking it in for a trained professional to look at or just getting a new one. There are plenty of ways to get your computer back into high gear. You don’t even have to know what RAM stands for to do it. Here are four easy ways to speed up your… Read More

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Three More Reasons to Protect Everything with Two-Factor Authentication

Two-factor authentication has floated around the periphery of cybersecurity measures for years. Companies were the first major adopters because they had a great deal to lose and lots of opportunities to lose it. But smartphones have also made it an easy security measure for individuals, too. When your password needs to be matched to a code that’s sent to a separate device, your account is a lot harder for unauthorized users to break into. But it does create a small bit of inconvenience. Users can’t just log in with the passwords saved onto their browsers. They have to type in a unique code each time or, if they don’t have… Read More

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4 Business Problems That You Can Solve with Virtual Hardware and Servers

Physical copies of anything are risky. Older business documents that have been folded away in file folders for years are at risk of everything from a fire to just getting lost. Locally saved filed on a single computer will disappear if the computer gets damaged, corrupted, or stolen. As the business value of a physical asset increases, so do the risks your company faces. Even during daily operations, physical hardware and tools are slowing your business down. Instead of being tied to in-house machines, start looking into virtual alternatives that free up your employees to work at home or on the road. Virtual alternatives also plug your company into the… Read More

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3 Reasons Besides Ergonomics Why You Need a New Keyboard at Work

Every computer activity needs a different style of keyboard. Small laptops generally have a minimal setup with the basic QWERTY arrangement and very few command keys. That’s because the keys each need to have a certain size to be easy to hit, but the keyboard itself is constricted by the size of the device. While this is great for general use and online browsing, it’s no good for accounting work. It doesn’t have a ten-key number pad or a multiple of command keys that make shortcuts and formulas easier to input. Those same kinds of constraints can make a keyboard a bad fit for the office. Almost everyone needs to… Read More

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3 IT Projects for New Employees

  There’s a lot of background work going undone in your company. That has nothing to do with your coworkers, the workload, or even the industry you’re in. Every company has projects and maintenance tasks on their to-do lists that should be done because they’re important but are never done because they aren’t urgent. The IT department is no exception, whether if you have a one-man IT team or work in the headquarters of a multinational corporation. A dozen different ideas can be on your radar, but they keep fading into the background for one reason or another. But the next time your department in onboarding a new employee, start them off… Read More

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Free Programs Aren’t Always Free: 3 Ways to Block Adware

We’ve all done it. On our personal laptops, people tend to use a free version of the most popular antivirus software they know. Maybe it’s free McAfee, maybe it’s the free version of Avast. While reputable tools actually provide the free services that they promise, that’s not all they do. Free versions also advertise for themselves and others. Every time you restart your computer, you’ll get an offer for a premium download or a warning that your computer has a large number of problems which can only be solved by upgrading. These programs might also come with a program of free programs that clog up your hard drive and replace… Read More

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Three IT Tickets That Mean You Need New CPU Fans

Whenever your air conditioner starts to malfunction, chances are the problem started with bad ventilation. Clogged vents mean that air doesn’t reach every corner of your house or the office. An unchanged HVAC filter makes the whole unit work harder. That can lead to overheating, faster wear and tear, and lower air quality. That’s why preventative maintenance is one of the most essential parts of having a well-running air conditioner. Your computer’s fan is exactly the same way. Your CPU generates a lot of heat, and the fan is designed to pull all of that hot air away from the internal parts. The more powerful your computer is, the more… Read More

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Increase Your Company’s Telecommuting Success with More Powerful Technology

  Not all computer improvements are about optimizing the internal speed and performance of your hardware. While most companies direct the hardware portion of the IT budget to new RAM, bigger screens, and growing integration of virtual machines instead of strictly physical hardware, it’s important to optimize the hardware for your coworkers, too. This includes every piece of technology that employees touch, watch, or interact with. One of the biggest risks that companies in high-competition areas isn’t losing forward momentum in adapting to new technology. It’s losing sight of employee well-being. Multinational technology conglomerates face this risk in highly competitive metroplexes: employees with in-demand specialties don’t have to accept the… Read More

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