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8 Warning Signs You Have Malware and How to Get Rid of it

8 Warning Signs You Have Malware and How to Get Rid of it

August 1, 2022

Fake social media posts, pop-up ads, and ominous warnings are just a few tell-tale signs your PC has been infected with Malware. Is your computer acting up? Don’t panic. In this article, we discuss some tips for diagnosing malware and explain how to get rid of it. If you’re working on a project and suddenly […]

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The Best VPNs for staying anonymous and secure

The Best VPNs for staying anonymous and secure

June 28, 2022

Did you know your internet service provider (ISP) tracks every click you make to compile anonymous browsing logs to sell to advertising companies or government agencies? Unfortunately, your browser’s Incognito/Private mode only clears your history, searches, cookies, and login details – but it won’t hide or secure your connection from your ISP and other prying […]

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16+ Ways to Speed Up Your Computer

16+ Ways to Speed Up Your Computer

June 6, 2022

Is your computer running slow? Whether it’s a desktop or a laptop, here are a few simple steps to speeding up your Windows-based PC. Whether your PC has been slowly degrading in speed or it happened all of the sudden, working with a slow computer can hamper productivity and cause frustration. Even if you run […]

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13 Ways to Secure your Passwords and Data Online

13 Ways to Secure your Passwords and Data Online

April 25, 2022

After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, cybersecurity concerns in the United States are at an all-time high – and small businesses aren’t exempt. In the wake of the global pandemic, which we’ve already mentioned sparked an uptick in cyber threats, even government officials are warning their citizens and organizations to be hypervigilant when it comes to […]

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Data Breach: Is your password on the dark web?

Data Breach: Is your password on the dark web?

November 16, 2021

Investors in the online brokerage app Robinhood may want to take steps to protect their credit after a data breach resulted in various information of about 7 million customers being exposed. Of the 7 million exposed, 5 million email addresses were accessed and another 2 million had their full names revealed to the hackers. On […]

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Best Desktop PCs for 2022

Best Desktop PCs for 2022

November 11, 2021

The best desktop computers give you the power to complete resource-intensive tasks like 3D rendering, video editing, photo editing, CAD, overclocking, and gaming or streaming at 4K or even 8K resolution – and are commonly known as Gaming PCs. However, the ongoing chip shortage means gaming PCs are scarce or on back-order, making it difficult […]

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Microsoft Offers TPM 2.0 Bypass for Windows 11, should you use it or stick to Windows 10?

Microsoft Offers TPM 2.0 Bypass for Windows 11, should you use it or stick to Windows 10?

November 4, 2021

Microsoft has been telling its customers that Windows 11 requires a special security chip called TPM (Trusted Platform Module) 2.0 for months. Does this mean you have to go out and buy a module to fulfill this requirement? For the majority of PC users, the answer is no. You can easily get around the TPM […]

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The Windows 11 update is available now, should you upgrade?

The Windows 11 update is available now, should you upgrade?

October 28, 2021

After Microsoft announced in 2015 that Windows 10 would be the operating system’s last version number, many thought there would never be a Windows 11. However, new competition from Chrome OS in combination with the pandemic has likely made the case for a significant operating system upgrade. After all, the featured updates for Windows 10 […]

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Custom-Built Nvidia RTX 3090 Gaming Systems

Custom-Built Nvidia RTX 3090 Gaming Systems

April 8, 2021

We are now offering custom-built desktops equipped with the most powerful graphics card available to consumers, the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090. The main distinction between a gaming PC and a consumer PC is one defining characteristic: a high-end discrete GPU — a graphics card. However, not every discrete GPU has the specifications you require in […]

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Google, Dell, and Intel form The Modern Computing Alliance

Google, Dell, and Intel form The Modern Computing Alliance

December 11, 2020

The Modern Computing Alliance aims to redefine technology systems and stacks in the interconnected, internet-first world we live in today. The goal of the group is to better innovate and integrate from silicon to cloud. A handful of major technology companies in the IT and cloud computing industries have formed an alliance to solve shared […]

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