And, as Louis says, folks will still buy it. Folks that don’t know any better, that is.
Greetings, Readers! We get aked a lot of questions about cryptocurrencies including where to get them, and which ones to buy. Although we cannot tell you which ones will make your fortune, our experience so far has lead us to believe that Coinbase is a safe reputable online vendor, and we have an exclusive joining… Read More »
This article has a nice rundown on how safe your private information is when you mention it to a friend using any one of several instant messengers. (Short version: It’s not.) It seems that Facebook is not only unconcerned about your privacy, but also unconcerned about your bandwidth, as this happened: Check the article out… Read More »
Hard disks are sensitive things. Spinning metal disks with magnetic read/write heads hovering micrometers above them. Many folks dont take enough care of their Hard Drives, and only find out that they have been damaged too late, when data has been lost. If any of you are wondering how hard you have to knock a… Read More »
Windows 7 is end of extended support in January 2020. That is less than 3 months away. Anyone still running Windows 7 or prior should upgrade immediately.
We are still seeing a lot of Windows 7 installations around in Dar – and although with only a cursory glance ‘2020’ might feel like its 2 years away from ‘2018’ it’s actually only 16 months away. Windows 7 is already End-of-Life by Microsoft, and when “End of Extended Support” comes that means no more… Read More »
A lot of people ask us about hacking – and mostly we just smile and walk away – but if you’re really interested in finding out how things work, and getting into the real nuts-and-bolts of computers, then we have a nice Youtube channel for you. Start with this clip – it’s a good intro… Read More »