Nobody is okay with surfing the net at a snail’s pace. Faster Internet is better Internet. So whether your connection is awful and you want to improve it or you just have a need for increased speed, follow these router optimization tips to enhance your Wi-Fi.
Microsoft OneNote is a must-have for anyone who takes a ton of notes, attends several meetings per week or works in teams often. It keeps that overwhelming flow of information packaged neatly in an organized fashion. If you’ve had a bit of trouble using it, or you just want to sharpen your skills, this list…
If you want to get notifications on your Windows 10 PC from your mobile device, Microsoft won’t make you purchase a Windows Phone. All you have to do is learn how to sync Android with Windows 10, which we explain in this guide!
“The version of the software you are using is no longer supported.” You X out of that annoying popup for the hundredth time and go about your business. Eventually, you fall victim to a malicious cyberattack and your identity has been stolen. For this very reason, end-of-life software should be dealt with immediately.
Slow browsers can be torturous. Searching Google and flipping between tabs should never take more than an instant, which is why sluggish browsers are so frustrating. To give your blood pressure a break, we’ve put together this list of factors that could be affecting your browser speed.
Despite its techy-sounding name, two factor authentication is one of the simplest ways to keep your information secure online. But what is two factor authentication, exactly?
Computer viruses didn’t just manifest through natural means like biological bugs. They’re manmade, of course. But where and why did they start? This lesson on the history of computer viruses will help you understand their origin and evolution.
For some reason, many people are under the impression that their smartphones are invulnerable to cyberattacks. That’s a dangerous assumption, especially with the increasing threat of ransomware. To anyone who’s asked the question “should I encrypt my phone?” the answer is yes.
Recently, we wrote a blog defining ransomware and detailing the threat it poses to the cybersecurity of businesses. After learning about it, most people seek out ransomware prevention methods to avoid falling victim to the dreaded form of malware. With these simple tips, you can foil cybercriminals’ plans to hold your data hostage.
Viruses like Locky and CryptoWall are plaguing the Internet. These malicious cyber-infections are known as ransomware. But, what is ransomware, exactly? And, perhaps more importantly, why should you be concerned? In this blog post, TCI explains.