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How to Remove Adware and Spyware from your pc

It is quiet annoying to get stubborn adware and spyware on your PC. However, you can take some immediate steps to clean your pc by removing the adware. In case, your pc is heavily infected, you need access to a Read More →

Can your PC Get Infected from Facebook?

One of frequently asked questions by our readers is “Can Facebook give me a virus?” More than a billion people log in to Facebook at least once a month, which makes it a target site for criminals, who are looking Read More →

When Should You Upgrade Your RAM?

Random Access Memory (RAM) is crucial to the overall functioning of your computer system. Upgrading the RAM is one of the ways of increasing the speed of your computer. By increasing the size of RAM in your computer, you can Read More →

Should I Upgrade to Windows 8.1?

The new Windows 8.1, the latest offering from Microsoft has a vibrant and colorful interface.  Although primarily designed for tablet users, it can be used in a desktop environment too. The big question then is if you are a long-term Read More →

How to Improve Server Uptime

These days the success of your business is largely governed by the use of Internet to perform day-to-day transactions and interactions with your customers. The server can be considered as the support system of an organization, which connects it to Read More →

How to Perform Full System Scan on Your PC

If you observe an abrupt decline in your computer’s performance after browsing through the Internet or opening a particular email attachment, it’s possible that your computer has been attacked by a malware such as a virus or a spyware. Most Read More →

How to Clean Cookies From Your System

What are cookies? Why Are They Used? The cookies are used by websites to enhance your Internet experience and also monitor your browsing activity. Though most of the cookies are programmed to expire as soon as you close your Internet Read More →