How To Change Your Twitter Password

First we need to go to http://www.twitter.com, enter your username and password and click ‘Sign In’.   Once you’ve signed into your Twitter account you need to click on the cog at the top right of the page.    …
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Is Paid Anti Virus Protection Worth the Money?

When it comes to anti virus & spyware programs, just how much difference is there between the paid for versions and the free ones? In the ‘olden days’ when computer viruses were just beginning to hit their heyday, you had…
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How to Disable Pop-ups in Internet Explorer

How to stop popups from open on websites in Internet Explorer 1) Open Internet Explorer 2) Click the Internet Explorer options button at the top right of the window 1) Click the privacy button on the top row of tabs…
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How to Disable Pop-ups in Safari

How to stop popups from open on websites in Safari   1) Open Safari 2) Click the ‘Safari’ button at the top left of the window 3) Turn on or off pop-up blocking by clicking the ‘Block Pop-Up Windows’ option
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How to Disable Pop-ups in Firefox

How to stop popups from open on websites in Mozilla FireFox If Firefox has blocked a pop-up the icon appears in the address bar. A message will also appear at the top of the window like this Click the options…
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Windows 8.1

The next version of Windows is here! With Windows 8.1 due to be release today. With a number of changes made. One of the biggest is the Start button is back! But it returns you to the start screen. Menu…
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Tech Support Scams: Coming to a Mac near you

You may be familiar with cold calls where someone pretending to be from Microsoft is telling you that your computer is infected and needs to be repaired ASAP. In most cases, if you said you were running a Mac instead…
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Special Offer – Online Backup

With the raise in infections like Cryptolocker a form of ransomware. It is more important than every of carry out backups on a regular basis. If you a running a business we recommend that you carry out backups on a…
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Ransomware – What You Need To Know

Over the past few months there we have seen a raise of a type of virus called ransomware. It typically hold your computer to ransom, until you pay the fine. The nasty part of this infection is that your files…
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What’s APP Voice Message Virus/Malware

Early this week we had a laptop dropped off which had being infected by a virus/malware infection. The infection was caught via an E-Mail allegedly sent from what’s App informing you that there is a voicemail waiting for you. It…
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Are you still using Microsoft XP?

If you answered yes to that question, times time to start planning for the future! Did you know that 40% of all PCs are still running Windows XP? This equates to around 600 million PCs worldwide that need to be…
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New Google Home Page

You might have noticed a change to the Google home page. And moved the bar from the top of the page. If you are looking for the links which were on the bar along the top of the page.  …
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Checking Your Internet Speed

There are many reasons why you may wish to check your internet speed, whether to see how quick your internet connection is, or discover if your ISP is supplying you with the correct speed, or to carry out tests to…
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Signs Your Computer Might Have a Virus

Once over it was easy to tell that your computer you had a virus you would get random popups, and screens telling you that your computer is infected and you need to pay ££££££ to remove the problem, but lately…
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Email from FedEx regarding Delivery Problem

For a number of years there has being a fake FedEx being emailed which has an attachment which is normally a virus, as an exe file (or program file) which when downloaded can cause harm to your computer. This is…
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Warning about Scam Technical Support

While the ‘Microsoft Tech Support’ scam has being going a while, there is a new variant of the scam. The new version works on when you are looking for the support number of your ISP (Internet Service Provider) or email…
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Backup, Backup and Backup your Documents!

Tips for Backing Up Your Documents If you’re looking at backing up your documents to protect against loss, we’d recommend backing up to an external USB drive, as well as to DVD. You can use CD’s, but DVD’s will hold…
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Using more than one Anti-virus

Should I install more than one Anti-Virus protection on my computer? It is highly recommend that you only have one anti-virus program installed on your computer at once. Having more than one anti-virus program will cause the conflicts and errors…
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