Since it is a job we don’t do every day, we have to make sure that when we install/reinstall the Windows operating system, we also take additional measures to improve our online security.
We may choose to install Windows on a new machine or we may have to reinstall our operating system due to technical issues or security reasons caused by malware.
Over time, users will tend to notice that their systems just are not as fast as they used to be, they do not have enough space to store their files or do not meet the requirements for the latest software.
Often times software and programs that have accumulated over time have slowed down the system from its optimal performance.
Whether you’re sporting an older computer without a single USB 3.0 port or you’d like to expand and improve the roster of USB 3.0 ports on your newer computer, we’re here to help.
Read on as we outline how to pack in all the USB goodness you crave with back, front, and case ports.
One of the many awesome and appealing aspects of PC gaming is the ability to selectively upgrade your system’s individual components.
Whether you’re in need of newer hardware to keep up with today’s modern games, or you just enjoy having the latest and greatest tech inside your case, give this article a read to learn about upgrading your PC.
To get the security updates automatically, go to Control Panel and check if your automatic updating is turned on or follow the steps below: After the initial installation of available updates for your Windows operating system, keep the automatic update turned on in order to download and install the important updates that can help protect your computer against new viruses and security threats.