Daily Archives: November 8, 2007
The latest version of Mac OS X is out, and among its new features are a few security additions.
While Apple continues to make fun of problems experienced by Windows users, the Cupertino company is just now catching up to some protective features Windows has had for a while.Read More
column presented a very short list of the utilities I install on every new Windows XP and Vista computer.
Hundreds of you wrote with suggestions for more must-have Windows utilities, and I’ve found a few that really ring my chimes — read on.Read More
In this column, the seventh in my series on Housecalls across North America, we see just how much space a proper PC housecleaning might free up.
Nearing the end of my cross-country journey, I also take some time to ponder what I’ve accomplished during the trip.Read More
We’ve all been there. Flying these days has become increasingly drab, with long lines at check-in, privacy violations in the name of national security, and flight delays out on the runway.Read More
The AutoRun function in Windows can launch installers and other programs automatically when you insert a CD or flash drive, but this convenience poses a serious security risk.
Unfortunately, simply turning off AutoPlay, a separate feature, isn’t enough to prevent AutoRun from introducing a rogue program into your system.Read More