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Malware is easier to avoid than it is to remove. Avoiding malware involves a two-part strategy. Follow these guidelines for staying safe.
It takes less time to check a suspicious file than it does to clean up the contamination it can cause. This guide shows you the steps to take to protect yourself.
Network-attached storage can simplify your business's data management requirements. Here's what to look for when buying a NAS system.
Learn how to protect the Android phones on your business network--and how to protect your business network from your Android phones.
Here’s a quick guide to the meaning of various popular IT certifications and to the hoops they require IT pros to jump through.
CCleaner got a must-have update; a reader wants to know if two security apps are better than one; Windows 7's Recent Places feature can save you time.
Learn the basics of Windows Firewall and find out how to adjust it to meet your security needs.
Thinking of running more than one anti-virus program? Here's an important rule: don't.
Your home lighting environment may require different settings than the automatic picture settings that are often designed for in-store display.
Even if you haven’t opted to run Linux on your computers, you can still use it to save malware-infected Windows machines.
Flash drives are carriers! Before you bring home something that could seriously infect your PC(s), clean your drive with a free and effective utility.
Alexleonardme acquired a used PC but doesn't have the administrator password.
Who do you call when hardware and software take a turn for the worse? Here's how to seek IT help when your cousin's cousin can no longer handle the job.
You can't march into the future dragging along unsolved old problems. Here's what you must do with servers, software licensing, and other pressing IT matters for the next 5 years.