Whether you are looking to install a business phone system or replace an old model with a new phone, you will need to understand the options that are ...
I bought a new machine that's running Window's 8, which doesn't have a start button, and I miss it! Is there any way for me to get my start menu back?
I've been hearing this a lot. Users who don't have a touch screen are finding the Windows 8 interface a bit cumbersome, or they just simply miss the old Windows 7 Start menu.
Windows 8 has arrived in all of its glory-and with all of its many, many changes. The absence of the Start menu is a particularly frustrating change for most users, who without it are having a great deal of trouble finding their installed applications.
The Tesla Model S, a luxury, full-sized electric sedan, was named the 2013 Motor Trend Car of the Year for many reasons such as advanced design, efficiency and safety. But there's one thing the Motor Trend judges were particularly impressed with: It's computer.
The Windows 8 store has quite a number of popular apps that are free. To give you an idea, here is a list of some of the most popular free Windows 8 apps:
Box - 7 GB's free storage (for new Microsoft users). 99.9% uptime guaranteed. Full text search and document collaboration.
Windows 8 may be infamous for that missing Start button, but it has a lot of added features as well, one of them being the ability to take a screen shot without any added software.
When you want to capture whatever is on your screen, simply press the Windows key and the Prt Sc key simultaneously.
Today’s business owners have come to rely on email so heavily that it's essential their email is protected and its operation smooth and continuous. Too often, email systems are overloaded with enormous amounts of data, spam, viruses, and service interruptions that can greatly threaten the safety and accessibility of their email files.
Ransomware scams are on the rise, with 2012 seeing an increase in the number, size and scope of scams, according to anti-virus software giant Symantec.
Malware literally holds your PC hostage by locking or disabling it while displaying a demand for payment of a ransom, or what the crooks behind it call a "fine.
If you're like me, most everyone you know comes to you with their computer woes, yet they can't clearly articulate exactly what those woes are. Enter Windows 7's Problem Steps Recorder, which will greatly enhance the way most troubleshooters troubleshoot.
I've been reading a lot this week about a threat to the Java application. I have Java installed on many different browsers on my computers. What is this threat about, and how can I protect myself?
Oracle's Java application is under cyber attack, and Internet users are advised by the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) to disable Java in their browsers.
For those of you who think the e-reader is headed toward a certain death, with tablets dancing on its grave, think again.
E-Reader makers are improving their products with front light technology that makes reading much easier at night. On the heels of Barnes and Noble's release of its own paper white edition, Amazon has released Kindle Paperwhite.