Over the holidays, I picked up the nastiest kind of malware infection you can get on your Windows PC: a rootkit.
Getting rid of the varmint required quite a bit of digging, plenty of scanning, and about a half-dozen reboots.
You may not need a disk-hogging image-editing app to repair your less-than-perfect photos.
If you’re willing to trade a little performance and a lot of features for the convenience of free Web services, you can retouch photos right in your browser.
When rundll32.exe gives up the ghost, your PC may refuse to install or remove programs.
Find out what causes rundll32.exe errors and learn some easy ways to fix the problem.
Everyone’s tastes in cinema are different, but there are just some films that we, as members of society at large, are expected to have seen. The Star Wars epic is among the ranks of these esteemed classics. Few and far between are the folks who haven’t joined Luke Skywalker and friends on their intergalactic quest to defeat the Dark Side.
It’s been a hellacious week for security admins all over the world: the polymorphic worm known as Downadup, Conficker, and Kido has infected millions of computers.
Fortunately, you can scan, scour, and secure your systems by following four relatively simple steps.
With big names like Woody Leonhard and Fred Langa writing for the newsletter every week, I haven’t been writing many columns myself lately.
That gives me the time to help edit everything into one big publication for you, and also squeeze great advance information out of other publishers, like this month’s free bonus download.