A hard drive crash could mean the loss of years’ worth of data and irreplaceable files, but hard drives rarely fail out of the blue. This article takes a look at some of the early warning signs that could mean a crash is on the way.
You can lose important files by inadvertently reformatting a memory card or an external hard drive. The data storage media can even become corrupted, thus erasing your files. There are ways to recover deleted files. This article discusses file-recovery options provided by memory card manufacturers, as well as Recuva, the free desktop file recovery software.
This article explores how you can determine the various computers and devices that are connected to your home Wi-Fi network with the help of a free application called Who Is On My WiFi. The necessary steps were briefly discussed, as well as other helpful tips.
Most Windows users usually lauch their browser application in order to search the internet. If your favorite search engine is not set as your home page and if perhaps you don’t use Google Chrome (which allows searching directly from the address bar), then you would need to first type-in the address of your search engine before proceeding. This could be time wasting and monotonous.