Posts Tagged ‘Computers’

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How Much Is 5 Gigabytes (GBs) Of Internet Usage?

Posted: , By Patcoola

Did you know, 1 gigabyte of data could equal 1.024 gigabytes. Please check with your service provider if they measure data in decimal or binary units. I will explain how much internet usage 5 gigabytes (GBs) per month provides you.

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Rant: Reasons I hate Apple’s Computers

Posted: , By Patcoola

*The following is a rant, everything in this rant is written as is. You may post a comment on my rant, but do be advised, your comments may not be approved by a moderator.

*I also refer to Macs as Apple’s or Apple computers because Apple officially changed it’s company name from Macintosh to Apple.

*Warning this rant is five pages long!

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Computer Repair, a Dying Industry

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Computer repair is becoming a dying industry as technology changes, tablets and other portable computing devices start to take over the computer market while computers become longer lasting with less problems.

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Tablets Over Take The Computer Market

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Tablet sales top the Personal Computer (PC) says market researchers around the world.

Computer manufacturers start feeling the hit from the tablet market as many people are moving away from their PCs to smaller more user friendly computing devices. The tablet market appeals greatly to the average consumer which don’t need the computing power of a full size computer.

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The Best Password Could Be A Fake Email Address

Posted: , By Patcoola

Here I’ll explain how to make a strong unbreakable password that is easy to remember and may take a supercomputer over 100 years to crack.

Many people have difficulty remembering or deciding on a secure password, but did you try using an email address as your password.

An email address is easy to remember because we already know how to remember our own address. An email address contains the elements of a secure password. By using a fake email address as your password, you have a password that may take a supercomputer over 100 years to crack.

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A Trojan Horse Is Not A Virus

Posted: , By Patcoola

The most common virus detected by your Anti Virus software is not a virus at all, in fact a Trojan Horse is not a virus but a security risk.

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