Here are some relatively quick steps you can take on a regular basis to keep your PC running smoothly. 1. Uninstall programs that you don’t use and don’t need By some estimates most of us use less than 10 percent of the programs installed on our computers. Think of the space you could save and
Just as your floors need periodic sweeping, your PC hardware needs periodic clearing to improve performance, safety and security. We recommend removing temp files, memory cache and recycle bin files monthly. Here’s how: Manual Cleaning Removing temporary files is a quick and easy task. In just a few minutes, you can free disk space and
Is your pointer jumping when you scroll with your desktop mouse or laptop touchpad ? The problem could be anything from food and smoke to skin oils and pet hair. Don’t panic. Simply follow these instructions for safe cleaning. Use a lightly dampened soft cloth to remove any obvious dirt, fingerprints or smudges. Apply rubbing
It’s true! A University of Arizona study commissioned by the Clorox Co. found that the office desktop had 400 times more bacteria than the average office toilet seat. Prevent your computer space from being a bacteria breeding ground by following these suggestions. Clean your keyboard First you will need a can of compressed air, a
There is nothing worse than a virus-infected computer. Let talk about how to clean up your PC of viruses.
After some months of not working with a long time client, Lynne called one evening while she was out of town on holiday. Her computer was throwing off a number of strange messages and then crashing. She was frantically trying to get her email for a business transaction that was coming to a close the next morning.
Whether in your home or throughout your business, efficiency means that your printer, your desktops, your laptops and all other media share data.