A question I get asked regularly, and rightly so. If I’m worth my salt then I should be able to give you the right answer. Problem is that there are hundreds or different computer configurations and hundreds of types of users. So my answer usually turns into some more questions, which I have broken down […]
We have received a security advisory from our email hosting partner identifying a new spam campaign that masquerades as a shipping notification from DHL. Currently, none of the major anti-virus providers are capable of catching and quarantining this message. As such, this scam has the potential to be successful and can have serious consequences. We recommend that […]
I’ve been on-site this week at one of our clients who runs a physiotherapy practice. While I was there I noticed one of their newsletters talking about computer tips, which instantly gradbed my attention. Thanks to Martin and Heidi from Doyles’ Physio Therapy in Pyrmont (http://www.doylesphysio.com/), who has given permission to copy these tips into […]
If you are running Windows 7 and have a whole bunch of windows open, you can quickly minimize all bar the one you want to work on. Watch this video to find out how.
For those of you who want to extra protection on your Facebook account you can now configure this in the Account Settings section of your Facebook account. It allows you to keep track of locations and computers your Facebook account is being accessed from. Once you turn on Login Notifications, the next time you log […]
Keyboards hold 3,295 germs per square inch, compared to a toilet seat that holds 49 germs.
If you are using some program frequently, you can create a keyboard shortcut to open them
Random Access Memory (RAM) is a module in your computer. As you may be aware by now, all your information on your computer is stored on your hard drive. When you open a program…