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When optimizing your computer, there may be a few things you could be doing wrong, or as most cases have shown, there may be some things you’re not doing at all and won’t help your computer even if you optimize it regularly. A computer that is continuously slowing down can be annoying and greatly impacts…

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Internet networking is only made possible because of a device called router. Today, there are different kinds of routers available in the market and one of them is what we call a “travel router.” This post aims to give you a better understanding of what a travel router is and what are some of the…

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One of the most important tools that you must have whenever you have to deal with file retrieval is a data recovery app. These kinds of apps are designed to help you recover lost files or those that have been accidentally deleted on your PC. It can even help you recover important files that were…

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What’s worse than losing all your treasured photos of your loves ones? Or losing all those personal or work documents? Imagine if all these important files become corrupted or gone — that would be chills all over your body. That’s why the best protection you can provide for your files is a regular data backup…

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Normally, when we are done using USB-enabled devices such as external hard drives or memory sticks, we click on the small USB icon on our PC’s system tray and then select the Safely remove option. When a balloon pops up saying that it’s now safe to remove your USB device, that’s the time you can…

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There are some small enhancements made on the Apple Watch’s new software version, the watchOS 4.3.Some of these new features include music control for your iPhone, new animations, and portrait Nightstand mode to name a few. So, to give you a better idea on what particular changes will take place on your Apple Watch once…

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Fileless malware attacks, also known as non-malware attacks, allow cybercriminals to skip steps that are needed to deploy malware-based attacks, such as creating payloads with malware to drop onto users’ systems. Instead, attackers use trusted programs native to the operating system and native operating system tools like PowerShell and WMI to exploit in-memory access, as…

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