While we like to think that the information stored on our computers is safe and protected from any harm, that is unfortunately not the case. Data loss by hardware attacks, ransomware, and other cybercrime is always a looming threat. Plus, you can’t forget about system failure.
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Distractions like a coworker with questions, a buzzing inbox, or incoming client requests pop up all the time. So how can you optimise your workflow to allow your uninterrupted time to be as efficient as possible? Whether you work from home or in the office, chances are you’re among the 1.3 million of us using […]
Currently, over one billion users are running a device on Windows 10. As one of the most popular operating systems around, you may be among the many who rely on it for its robust interface, enhanced streaming functions, and Quick Access capabilities. Yet, despite its widespread popularity, every user is bound to run into a technical […]
Whether you’re a student, business owner or even an avid movie streamer, chances are you rely heavily on your laptop. While not remaining tethered to an outlet is great, laptop batteries only last so long before you need to reach for your charger again. To learn how to extend your laptop battery life, follow these […]
Data loss happens due to all kinds of reasons, including ransomware, viral attacks, human error, and so much more. Losing important files is more common than you think. Knowing that you could lose all of your data is a scary thought, especially if you aren’t sure how to backup your entire computer.
If you’ve ever seen co-workers attend a meeting with tape, stickers, or sticky notes over their laptop cameras, you may have wondered to yourself, “Should I cover my laptop camera, too?” Well, it depends on who you ask. Continue reading as Computer Troubleshooters lays out the reasons for covering a laptop’s camera and whether or […]
There has been a lot in the news lately about Microsoft Exchange Servers 2013, 2016 and 2019 having vulnerabilities. If your email is hosted by a third party such as Microsoft 365 then this does not affect you.
Windows 10 has given Android users a reason to rejoice. Like Team iPhone, they too can enjoy the convenience of taking and making phone calls directly from a computer. While this update came about in February before most were working from home, it’s especially pertinent now that we’re relying on a condensed version of our […]
Few things are as frustrating as computer problems. We all rely on technology for work and at home, and if your device isn’t working correctly, it can put a damper on your productivity. Before you bring your device into the experts, try these tips to troubleshoot a computer at home.
When it comes to protecting your Apple ID, it’s better to be safe than sorry. You use this same account across multiple platforms, including FaceTime, iTunes, iMessage, and the App Store. Plus, your Apple ID account holds a fair amount of personal information and payment methods you wouldn’t want ending up in the wrong hands. […]