7 Windows Desktop Settings Only Available in PC Settings on Windows 8.1

7 Windows Desktop Settings Only Available in PC Settings on Windows 8.1 If you use Windows 8.1 on the desktop, you can’t ignore the new “Windows 8-style” interface entirely. There are some important options you can only access from the PC Settings ...

5 Ways to Run Windows Software on a Mac

Macs have a thriving ecosystem of software, but some programs still only support Windows. Whether you want to use business software or play Windows PC games, there are many ways to run Windows programs on your Mac. Some of these methods are similar to ...

How to Install Windows on a Mac With Boot Camp

How to Install Windows on a Mac With Boot Camp Thanks to the switch from PowerPC to Intel many years ago, a Mac is just another PC. Macs come with Mac OS X, but you can easily install Windows on them with Apple’s built-in Boot Camp feature. Boot Camp ...

How to Protect Yourself from the Heartbleed Bug

How to Protect Yourself from the Heartbleed Bug Heartbleed is an OpenSSL vulnerability that allows anyone to access and read encrypted data sent between your computer and a server; disclosing usernames, passwords, and other confidential information. Heartbleed ...

How to Secure Your Computer With a BIOS or UEFI Password

How to Secure Your Computer With a BIOS or UEFI Password A Windows, Linux, or Mac password just prevents people from logging into your operating system. It doesn’t prevent people from booting other operating systems, wiping your drive, or using a live ...

How to Create Portable Versions of Applications in Windows 8.1 Using Cameyo

How to Create Portable Versions of Applications in Windows 8.1 Using Cameyo Portable applications are useful if you use many different computers. You can take your library of applications with you and use any Windows computer to run them. However, what ...

Why does Microsoft Word Create Two Copies While in Use?

While you may not think about or realize it, Microsoft Word creates a second copy of any documents you have open and are working on. But why does Microsoft Word do this? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post has the answers to a curious reader’s question ...

What is Fog Computing?

By now most people are more than familiar with the concept of Cloud Computing, but what about the new concept referred to as Fog Computing? Today’s Q&A post takes a look at this new concept and how it differs from Cloud Computing. Today’s Question ...

How to Protect Your Web Accounts from Being Hacked

How to Protect Your Web Accounts from Being Hacked Hacking is a regular occurrence worldwide over the internet. Email, social networking and other online accounts are at risk from being hacked into if care is not taken to keep secure information safe. ...

How to Restore from iCloud

How to Restore from iCloud The only way to restore an iCloud backup is to completely erase all of your phone’s data and settings, and then restore from a particular iCloud backup. You cannot selectively cull information from two backups, so you ...
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