Monthly Archives: April 2013

Easy to use drive janitors to help clean up your hard drive

There are times when a handy disk janitor utility can swoop in and save the day. One of the most frustrating jobs I come across is a hard drive filled to capacity. In many cases this is just a matter … Continue reading

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Ten tips for dealing with Blue Screen of Death

Tracking down the cause of a Blue Screen of Death can be tricky. Here are some steps that may help you zero in on the problem. Anyone who has ever experienced the notorious Windows Blue Screen of Death knows that … Continue reading

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Denial of Service strike on Spamhaus

On March 18, 2013, news went around the world about one of the biggest Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks in history, launched against a site called Spamhaus, in which attackers not only went after the organization’s website itself, but … Continue reading

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Should I stick with Windows XP: But how big a risk do you run?

Some organizations intend to keep using Windows XP even in the post-apocalyptic world after Microsoft ends support in 12 months. It’s a calculated risk and one they should weigh up carefully. Even the spectre of security breaches and crashing apps … Continue reading

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