Nothing could be more exquisitely painful than losing critical data you have just finished putting in after a terrible accident (as in accidental formatting) or some horribly arcane mechanical glitch (as in broken drive parts) - although the end results would still be the same whether the data in your storage system had been in place for a long while now or relatively just written. This is to say that it would be catastrophic in both situations. Luckily, technology has evolved so much that previously considered lost data may still be recovered.
Browser hijacking can ruin your whole day and leave your head filled with evil thoughts toward the perpetrators. But there are other, simpler ways to deal with it beside tracking down and killing someone (even if they really DO desperately deserve it!) There are several good programs you can use to fix hijacks, some better than others. Here we will discuss the better ones.
Browser hijacking is another form of cyber fraud. Unlike viruses, hijackers get access to your browser via programs you have installed on your computer voluntarily. Often you are totally unaware that what you have installed has these hijacking programs. This is the point of the exercise. The hijackers don't want you to know. They don't announce themselves to you.
There are many people who waste money in purchasing new PC or laptops every year. This is because their computer does not work properly or due to ever changing technology.
A common performance problem occurs when Windows automatically loads an programs at startup. Learn here how to prevent a program from running at startup and removing its shortcut from the Startup folder.
Is your computer regularly experiencing freezes, crashes or blue screens? These are some of the errors that occur when Windows registry gets corrupted.
A couple of FREE anti-spyware removal tools and a brief introduction into their usage is included in this article. Nothing is more frustrating than dealing with spyware and adware problems, so hopefully this article will help point you in the right direction on how to deal with them.
Author Cecil C. Sparks
I started in computers with an Electronics degree back in 1983 when Electronics meant troubleshooting to the component level. An average computer at that time cost around
$10,000. Understanding circuits and troubleshooting was the key to success. Now changing Boards are all thats needed to know. After school I went to work for a Start-Up Company as Production Manager and designed 7 surge protectors that the company patented. I also hold 33 Certifications in HP and OKI printer repair. In 2002 I went back to school for an a Associate of Computer & Networking Degree.