Sometimes you want to permanently erase data from your systems, and other
times you want to recover data.
This week, I bring you more information about what does and doesn’t work when
erasing data from your systems. I’ll also discuss your options when your hard
drive fails and you need to recover data.
There are currently 265 different "top level domains" (.com, .edu, .org,
etc.) to choose from when registering your domain. What’s best?
First, let’s help a reader who’s wondering if he got ripped off in buying a
.name domain name.
Group Policy is a fantastic tool that can help you gain control
over your computer. But what if it isn’t available in your version
of Windows XP?
This week, I present a few tips for Windows XP Home users on taking advantage of
Group Policy — even without the tools that come with XP Professional.
One tool says your PC is infected. Another says you’re clean. Which do you
No need to flip a coin! With a little sleuthing, you can get to the bottom of
just about any malware confusion.
Protecting your privacy isn’t always easy — or cheap.
This week, I give you tips on how to recover files encrypted with EFS, how to
get rid of malware, how to avoid nosy search engines, how to erase data so
it can’t be recovered, and much more!
The CPU wars won’t be over any time soon. In the meantime, which CPU chip —
Intel or AMD — is best for Windows?
Benchmarks can help, but the full answer lies elsewhere. I’ll cover that, plus
crash sleuthing and lots more in today’s issue!
Don’t you hate it when software refuses to uninstall? I sure do. So, today’s issue begins with help in rooting out recalcitrant software.
Don’t you hate it when software refuses to uninstall?
I sure do. So, today’s issue begins with help in rooting out recalcitrant
software. I then cover a free utility, an IE 7 speed-up, and lots more!
Wow! What a hot button! My Jan. 4 article on "Easier
but safer passwords" generated a veritable flood of reader mail.
sampling of a few of the best comments. Also, I have some info you need to
know about “Windows Live Toolbar" and installing the new Windows Vista.
Just as in 2006, one of 2007’s top themes is likely to be online security.
So, let’s begin the New Year with some very useful password security tips and
tools, and then look at an "update aggregator" service — and more!
There’s an easy way and a hard way to replace missing or corrupted DLLs.
As you can probably guess, I’ll show you the fast and easy way! Then I’ll
discuss a free "ultra-high security password generator," continue our
coverage of AOL’s antivirus tool, and more.