20
Feb
2017

gmailOne of the things you notice as soon as you log in to your Gmail account is that annoying Chat session (that majority of time is empty) located on the left Gmail sidebar. Google Chat is also known as  Google Talk  or GTalk. Let’s see how to remove and turn it off it for good!  Continue reading »





16
Feb
2017

Windows 10 is the fastest operating system ever created by Microsoft. In fact its booting time only lasts a few seconds and this thanks to the “Fast Boot” option. One thing that you might have noticed about it is that it is not possible to gain access to your BIOS options anymore. In other Microsoft operating system it was pretty easy. You had only to press the F key (function) to access the BIOS settings. Now this doesn’t work anymore. What follows is a small guide that will help you get back the old, good BIOS settings in Windows 10 in a few, easy steps!  Continue reading »





09
Feb
2017

 archive messages on facebookOne of the good things about Facebook is that its page style hasn’t changed over the years. This gives you a feeling of the good old times when everything was static and solid and there was nothing that could alter your web experience due to fancy design…But what if you bored with it and want to change it for something good? Apparently in  your Facebook profile settings there is nothing that allows to modify color and style of your Facebook account. That’s why, if you have Google Chrome, you can download a nice, neat extension that apart from changing your bored Facebook design, manage to block all of Facebook ads that can be seen in its timeline!  Continue reading »





07
Feb
2017

disk is write protectedSD cards are very handy as they allow you to store a large quantity of files, pictures, videos etc in a small memory. Moreover, they are widely used in smartphones, cameras and all kind of devices. But what happens when you take one of them from one of your devices before mentioned, you stick it in your computer and the computer returns you with an error message saying that it can not read/access the content of your SD card (even USB keys)? Well, usually there is not a lot you can do apart from trying another couple of times. After that the only solution you get is to try to look the Internet for free software that allows you to recover data. As a last step you will have to format the card in order to gain access to its memory. But your data still will be loose forever! Let’see how to recover data thanks to a small, little, handy trick!  Continue reading »





02
Feb
2017

As we know, Window is far from being a secure system. In fact there are a lot of ways to gain its access once you lock it down via the standard password method. Nowadays hackers are very resourceful and can reset  a password in no time, without speaking about their ability to crack into a system by using ad-hoc program that are created by themselves! So, why not use a free software that not only enhances the security of your Windows based PC but it does it by using a USB key as a unlocking device! Let’s see how to use a USB dongle to unlock your Windows PC safely!   Continue reading »





31
Jan
2017

Despite Windows 10 has been released a couple of years ago and a lot, really a lot of bugs have been fixed thanks to patches and updates, there are still a few bugs that affect our PC and that may causes, in a few instances, a lot of issues when it comes to RAM and its usage. In this article I am gonna talk about a nasty bug that stays dormant for months and months till all of a sudden, it starts annoying you. I am talking about the bug that determines a very high usage of RAM in your Windows 10. Usually, while idle, Windows 10 uses a small percentage of RAM, around 20-30%, but if  you are affected by this issue the usage of RAM could be around 80-90% or even more. So, let’s so how to solve it thanks to a couple of tricks!  Continue reading »





26
Jan
2017

One of the most sensitive areas, so to speak, when it comes to our beloved Windows OS  (10,8,7) is without any doubt: SECURITY. As you know, nowadays is very easy to get infected by viruses or get our data stolen by someone without you getting aware of it … till is too late. In this article I want to talk about how to give your computer a little extra-security by…turning off and disabling your USB ports which, as we know, can be used by viruses (that are installed in a USB pen for example) or by thieves (using USB pen to steal your personal files) in any possible way in order to damage you, your privacy and your computer!  Continue reading »





25
Jan
2017

One of the most annoying things about Windows 10 is, without any doubt, the fact that it forces you to update the system even without your consent. This could be a real issue, above all if you have old drives or software that doesn’t require a Windows 10 update otherwise they will stop working. So, let’s see how to turn off and disable Windows 10 updates thank to a simple solution provided by Microsoft itself!   Continue reading »






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