• Save up to 40% on Kaspersky

    Kaspersky is one of the antivirus products that ALWAYS ranks most highly on AV Test and in IT publications. Our recent blog post showed that Kaspersky was again, one of the best performing antivirus suite available for Windows 10. Kaspersky are currently offering up to 40% discount on Kaspersky [...]

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    Identify & Update Outdated, Missing & Incorrect PC Drivers

    Easily Identify & Fix over 400,000 Outdated, Missing & Incorrect PC Drivers! Download & Update Nvidia Drivers, Realtek Drivers, Intel PC Drivers & Microsoft Windows Drivers with Driver Booster 4!In a computer, a driver is a piece of software that tells hardware how to run on a [...]

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    Protect Yourself from Malware with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware

    One piece of software we have long-relied on in the fight against malware and other nasties is Malwarebytes Anti-Malware! The free version allows you to scan for malware, spyware and rootkits whenever you want and is kept up to date automatically. Use this alongside your existing antivirus software,[...]

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    CCleaner - A safe, user-friendly way to stay on top of PC housekeeping

    Piriform CCleaner is a free system tool that removes unnecessary or redundant files, fixes errors and optimises software to speed up your PC and protect your privacy. It's one of the most popular PC clean-up tools around, with over a billion downloads. Everything CCleaner does could be accomplished [...]

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    The Best Antivirus Software for Windows Home User (June 2017)

    AV Test have provided results for a range of antivirus products, tested on Windows 10. The top rated programs include the usual suspects: Kaspersky Lab Internet Security 2017 Bitdefender Internet Security 21 Norton Security 22.9 Trend Micro Internet Security 11.1 However, also given the TOP rating[...]

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    So, today was the day I'd finally had enough and decided to replace the mechanical HDD in my Samsung Gaming laptop with an SSD. The laptop isn't the latest, but is a Core i7 2670QM (2.2GHz), with 8GB of DDR3 RAM, a 2GB Radeon HD 6900M graphics card and 2 1TB Seagate Hard Drives. And this is the [...]

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    Today I was called to a client that had no access to the Internet, despite everything having worked yesterday and the Internet working perfectly on other devices. The wireless adapter was detecting the router, but was showing no internet access. Running the troubleshooter gave no information, [...]

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    Important information regarding WannaCrypt - the latest UK cyber attack

    A major cyber-attack caused digital havoc when it targeted the NHS and many business services across the UK last week. The ransomware known as WannaCrypt maliciously took advantage of a security vulnerability found on 200,000 computers in more than 150 countries worldwide. Once a PC is infected, all[...]

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    Microsoft recommends that users do not manually install Windows 10 Creators Update at present

    Two weeks ago, Microsoft began rolling out the Windows 10 Creators Update and you might have seen this appear in Windows Update: John Cable, director of Program Management, Windows Servicing and Delivery, said in the Windows blog on April 25th that users should not manually install the Creators [...]

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    Microsoft issues Flash update to patch remote code execution

    Microsoft has released a critical update to Adobe Flash Player, which could allow hackers to use it to perform remote code execution processes if left unpatched. "This security update resolves vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player when installed on all supported editions of Windows 8.1, Windows [...]

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