Keep Your Kids Away from Unsuitable Content Online

Keep Your Kids Away from Unsuitable Cont...

Kids are so internet and tech savvy these days. They do a lot of things online from playing video games and researching for their homework to viewing photos and videos and chatting with friends on social media sites. In fact, they are now spending more time online than watching television. Not surprising at all because electronic gadgets today are easily accessible to them at home and sometimes in school. But while these kids are free to surf the net at certain times, parents need to keep track of what they’re actually reading and viewing online. This is a must to...
Booting Problems?

Booting Problems?

So, you’ve turned your PC on, and are just about ready to settle down to either catch up on your favorite series, update your blog, see what your friends are up to on your social media of choice, or even to just get some work done. You start planning your tasks in order making mental list while waiting for the screen to boot and load up the Windows logo. You wait… and wait… and wait some more. Past the two-minute mark, you realize that the computer not showing any visual progress is probably a bad sign. In cases like these, you have a few options to consider. One,...
Installing Personal Safety Tools on Your PC

Installing Personal Safety Tools on Your...

The computer provides a great deal of help to people of all ages. It is just fitting then that PC users also make an effort to protect and maintain their device moving onwards. These days, any kind of computer connected to the internet can face numerous issues. Being attacked by viruses and malware is only one of them which can lead to the computer slowing down or its hard drive malfunctioning. Internet users are also not exempted from facing security risks while online. Even when just staying at home and using the internet, one’s identity, money and personal...
The Proper Care of Cables

The Proper Care of Cables

Cables are an important part of your computer, as well as it’s other accessories and add-ons. Come on, I didn’t need to tell you that! You need cable to connect your monitor to your CPU, your CPU to the power strip, and so on. You have cables for your printer, cables for your iPod, cables for your audio system… You sometimes even have cables for your cables! Now, cables usually don’t come cheap. Okay, well, some of them do, but it’s still important to take good care of them to keep them serviceable for a long time. To unplug your cables...
How to Start a PC Repair Business

How to Start a PC Repair Business

The computer is, no doubt, one of the most widely used electronic devices today whether at home, in the business or in the office. In the U.S. alone, Americans have been found to spend eight hours every day in front of their PC. This is considered overuse of the device which is equivalent to around 150 hours of computer repairs per capita. The computer repair market today is valued at $21 billion, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Moving onwards through 2016, this is expected to grow by 18 percent. This statistics should be reason enough for tech savvy...
Best Computer Repair Franchises

Best Computer Repair Franchises

As the digital era is in our midst, it simply means that more people are owning computers in their homes and offices. Whether it’s the desktop or laptop they have, consumers are enjoying the benefits of using this very valuable electronic device together with the internet technology. The computer and internet today are inseparable. With many people relying on the internet to gather their desired information or to do important financial transactions, it’s crucial to have a fast and reliable connection. Unfortunately, the use of the internet also brings with...
No Food & Liquids, No Problem

No Food & Liquids, No Problem

You wake up in the morning, you do your usual ritual which is to wash your face, make a cup of coffee, prepare breakfast and seat in front of your computer to eat. Sounds familiar? If this is you, then you may want to think twice before you damage your computer plus your eating habits. Often times, we take our pc or personal computers for granted. Since it is somewhat part of our lives, we do not notice the damages we do overtime. Eating and drinking in front of your computer do not just ruin your quality time in the dinner table and your appetite, but it can ruin your...
Windows XP Keyboard Shortcuts

Windows XP Keyboard Shortcuts

Ctrl Alt Del is the mother of all keyboard shortcuts, affectionately known as the “three-fingered salute,” since it’s so useful when your Windows box locks up. Pressing the combo once (simultaneously) opens the Windows Task Manager. (From within the Task Manager, you can force-quit a crashed program, see a list of processes or applications running on your machine, check performance parameters such as how hard your CPU is working, or track your network usage.) Is your machine totally locked up? Reach over, grab the mouse and click Shut Down. Ctrl S saves...