computer tips Archive

Tips and Tricks for Making Your Computer “Greener”

Everyone these days is looking to lower their energy bills and find ways to reduce their carbon footprint on the planet. Claims have been made that stated the manufacturing and use of computer hardware may be contributing

A Stitch In Time – Signs Your Computer Needs Attention

Ask any computer expert and they’ll all tell you that the biggest risk to your home or office PC is ignorance. Each and every day, hundreds of thousands of desktop PCs and laptops undergo expensive repairs or

5 Signs That Your Laptop Is In Need of Repair

Laptops today are designed to sustain less damage, but even so you’ll need to repair at some point or another. While there are some things that you can do to troubleshoot and repair the laptop on your

A Fresh Take on DLL Errors – Questions to Ask Before Paying for Help

For a long time people have been confined to a few options for how to get a PC fixed. If you have a problem like dll (Dynamic-Link Library) errors, screen freezes and computer crashes, you might have

Let Your PC Know Who’s The Boss!

You probably have at least one PC in your home, maybe two or three. They are incredibly useful machines that have outstanding versatility and seemingly limitless capability. But are you really getting the most out of yours?

Simple Steps to Stave Off Hackers from Accessing Your Computer

Although computers come with their own security software, sometimes they are not enough to ward off bound and determined hackers, scammers and identity thieves from stealing your personal information. This is a fact of life in the

Internet Tips – A Beginners Guide to Filtering Spam

New Internet users who open email accounts can find that their joy at discovering online networking is impinged by spam. Spam, otherwise known as unsolicited electronic junk mail, is sent, often by advertising companies, to mass recipients

It’s Getting Hot in Here: The Horror of PC Overheating

As the hardware associated with personal computing gets more advanced, engineers and developers are concerned about the rising temperatures. Silicon Valley, Northern California and the Pacific Northwest are all regions that have been made notable for the