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  • How to transfer or migrate files from Windows PC to M...
    By on December 18th, 2008 | No Comments Comments
    How to transfer or migrate files from Windows PC to Mac
    Mac computers are becoming more popular everyday because of the immense popularity of iPods and iPhones. This is great for Apple, but can prove to be a pain if youve always run Windows (like me) and now you have to try and share files between the Mac and a PC! Migrating files from PC to Mac can be hard or easy depending on what versions of the OS you are running. For example, if you are trying to transfer files from a Windows 98 computer to a Mac G3 over a network, forget about it! Its too painful to configure and it would be much easier to simply burn a CD and move it over that way. Ho...
  • How to Connect Two Computers
    By on December 16th, 2008 | No Comments Comments
    How to Connect Two Computers
    These instructions show how to connect two computers for the purpose of sharing data. This will let you share files and folders, printers, play network games, etc. These instructions create a private network of only two devices. For an expanded understanding the private network concept, visit How to Set up a Private Network after reading this article. Steps 1. Choose a Network Address * Any network address will do for this purpose, so long as you understand the basics of how IPv4 works as explained below. * IPv4 (IP ver. 4) addresses are written like this: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (four numbers separat...
  • How to Do a Remote Shutdown for a PC on a LAN
    By on December 16th, 2008 | No Comments Comments
    How to Do a Remote Shutdown for a PC on a LAN
    Do you need to shutdown a server or other remote computer? Need to do this from the convenience of your own PC? Here’s how to shutdown a remote Windows computer from your own desktop. Steps 1. Open the command prompt. This may be done by clicking on the “Start” button, and selecting “Run”. 2. Type in cmd and press Enter. 3. Type in shutdown -m \computername, replacing “computername” with the name of the computer you wish to shutdown or the computers ip address. 4. Experiment with the shutdown command’s switches. * -r will force a restart, disabli...
  • Did You Ever Want to Completely Erase Everything on Y...
    By on December 8th, 2008 | No Comments Comments
    Did You Ever Want to Completely Erase Everything on Your Computer?
    Did you ever want to erase everything on your computer? This is a program I found that does that for you quickly and easily. Active@ KillDisk is a hard drive eraser and is powerful and compact DOS software that allows you to destroy all data on hard and floppy drives completely, excluding any possibility of future recovery of deleted files and folders. Its a hard drive and partition eraser utility. If you use FDISK, FORMAT utilities, or DELETE standard operating system command for data removal, there is always a chance to recover deleted data (using undelete file or some data recovery ...
  • Kaspersky Review
    By on December 7th, 2008 | No Comments Comments
    Kaspersky Review
    Kaspersky Labs has been one of the best antivirus software developers in the world for over a decade and now Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2009 only strengthens that reputation. Founded by Natalia and Eugene Kaspersky in 1997, this Russian company is often the first to find and identify new viruses. Long used in Russia andEurope, Kaspersky is now making inroads in the North American market. Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2009 is one of the most effective antivirus packages in the world today and boasts a great interface with easy to use and intuitive controls.Like so many of the other antivirus packages...
  • Countering the Spread of Spyware on your Computer
    By on December 4th, 2008 | No Comments Comments
    Countering the Spread of Spyware on your Computer
    Spyware has boomed into the top internet threat in no time and it continues to affect more computer users each day. Spyware is best described as a rogue application that latches to your system so it can record personal information and monitor internet usage. As spyware has grown it has become much easier to be infected with it. In some instance computer can be infected with spyware just by visiting the wrong web site. Most spyware is installed without the users knowledge. The most serious form of spyware comes as keyloggers which record each keystroke made on an infected computer. Each ...
  • Corporate Promotional Gifts – The Fridge Magnet...
    By on December 4th, 2008 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    Corporate Promotional Gifts – The Fridge Magnet Is Dead, Long Live the Computer Desktop
    Corporate promotional gifts come in all shapes and sizes. They can range from the very common personalized pens, calendars, mugs, caps and fridge magnets to very sophisticated company branded software programs that are placed on the desktop or taskbar of a computer. Like every aspect of business in the modern age, computers and the Internet are changing the very nature of even these simple promotional tools. Promotional business gifts or freebies can be a very effective branding and promotional tool for any company. No matter what you’re selling, branding your company’s logo...
  • Coping with a Serious Data Loss from your Computer Ha...
    By on December 4th, 2008 | No Comments Comments
    Coping with a Serious Data Loss from your Computer Hard Drive
    Data loss is an expensive reality. It’s a hard fact that it happens more often then users like to admit. A recent study by the accounting firm McGladrey and Pullen estimates that one out of every 500 data centers will experience a severe computer disaster this year. As a result, almost half of those companies will go out of business. At the very least, a data loss disaster can mean lost income and missed business opportunities. The other side of data loss is the psychological and emotional turmoil it can cause to IT managers and business owners. Despair, panic, and the knowledge th...
  • Computers – You CAN Master Any Program
    By on December 4th, 2008 | No Comments Comments
    Computers – You CAN Master Any Program
    There was a time when I didn’t think I’d ever be a “computer” person. I was in the seventh grade, taking a class in MS-DOS and learning some program called Turtle. (I know why they called it Turtle. It was pretty darned slow.) I had to key in about 50 commands just to draw a half-inch line. I wasn’t all that skilled at doing this. One little typo, and my line was going in the total wrong direction. I got a C+ in the class. Today, I’m something of an unofficial computer geek. I can pretty much learn any graphics, word processing or utilities program on...
  • Computer Security – What Exactly Is It?
    By on November 28th, 2008 | No Comments Comments
    Computer Security – What Exactly Is It?
    Although the term ‘computer security’ is used a lot, the content of a computer is actually vulnerable to only a few risks unless the computer is connected to others on a network. As the use of computer networks (especially the Internet) has increased dramatically during the past few years, the term computer security is now used to describe issues referring to the networked use of computers and their resources. The major technical areas of computer security are confidentiality, integrity and authentication/availability. - Confidentiality, also known as secrecy or privacy, mea...