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How can you tell if your computer is dangerously out-of-date?

If your work computer is more than four years old, it’s time for a replacement. You can blame it on “Moore’s Law.”   American engineer Gordon Moore observed in 1965 that the number of transistors that can be packed per silicon chip doubles about every two years. Known as “Moore’s Law,” it helps explain why

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Using OneDrive: 5 Tips for storing and sharing photos, videos and docs online.

Microsoft created its cloud storage service, OneDrive, to allow people to “access, share and collaborate on your files from anywhere.”  Eighty-five percent of Fortune 500 companies and a quarter of a million organizations worldwide have OneDrive, according to Microsoft. While Google and Dropbox may have more individual users, for business, OneDrive is dominant.   The

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CRYPTO – Ransomware at its Deadliest

Have you heard of ransomware trojans? These are viruses that lock down your files and your computer and ask you for payment to restore your access to them. Some well-known ransomeware trojans are CyrptoLocker, CryptoWall, CryptoDefense and CryptoBit – all these come from the same developer. These are not your average malware that can be

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The Danger of Using Windows XP

Change is hard The first computer that I owned was a Microsoft Windows XP based desktop. Through years of schooling, it stood by my side outliving Vista (Pre Sp1) and ran smoothly all those years. My Computer stopped working after a reliable six years; it was time for an upgrade. When my only option was

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