The best antivirus of 2019 to protect Windows 10 (by
Clifford Colby (Apr 2019) Your PC needs protection, but free options may be enough. Here's what to get, and what's
worth paying extra for...
What it means when microsoft stops supporting your version of
Microsoft only supports each version of Windows for so long. For
example, Windows 7 is currently in “extended support” until January 14, 2020, after which Microsoft will no longer support it. Here’s what that
WannaCry: Everything you need to know about the global ransomware
) Ransomeware is making headlines and anyone with a PC and an internet
connection is at risk.
WannaCry is far and away the most severe malware attack so far in 2017, and the spread of this troubling ransomware is far from over.
Don't fall victim, with our services, we can help protect your Business.
Your Money or Your Files! A Short History of Ransomware ( NetworkWorld )
Given the rapid spread and potentially high cost of ransomware, it is important to take effective steps to guard against this menace. A simple step to start with is making sure that every
piece of software is kept up to date. The hackers are looking for vulnerabilities they can exploit to take over systems. Vendors generally do a good job of patching any flaws once they are
found, but if the patches are never applied you have left the door wide open for attacks.
Improve Your Home’s Wi-Fi Signal in Five Minutes (this also applies to businesses)
If your router is older than 2 years, then you should consider upgrading. Newer wi-Fi routers seek out devices and maintain better and stronger connections. Older
units are more static and do not provide full coverage (meaning more likely to have dead spots).
Desktop Operating System Market Share (Windows XP, 7, 8, 10, Mac OS...)
Check out the Desktop Market Share and other (tablets, browsers, search engines, ISP's )
10 Reasons To Not Upgrade To Windows 10 (by Kyle Alspach on July
If you are still using Windows 8, we recommend upgrading your Operating System.
Why the hell wouldn’t you upgrade to Windows 10? (By J. Kaplan March 16,
Microsoft wants you to. As of July 2016, all new systems will come with some version of the Windows 10 operating system.
Natural Way to deal
with a Stuffy Nose or sinus issues due to a cold or allergies.
Here is a health tip that was recommended to me over 30 years ago from my Acupuncturist. Hope this helps and best wishes on a speedy recovery........
- Fill a coffee cup with about a half an inch of water.
- Microwave for 15 - 20 seconds.
- Remove from microwave.
- Add about 5 drops of Peppermint Essential Oil (check your local Health food store or order online).
- Now, VERY SLOWLY, repeat, VERY SLOWLY, once again, VERY SLOWLY...
raise coffee cup up towards your nose, slowly breathing in.
NOTE: Raising the cup too fast can lead to irritation and a minor burning sensation in your nose.
- The steam from the Essential Peppermint Oil will help open up your breathing and relieve your sinus pressure.
- Repeat as needed.
Although not as strong, you can also try just placing some peppermint essential oil under your nose ( they sell a roll-on that works great for on the go).