Over the years, I’ve noticed a lot of people are completely paralysed as soon as something goes wrong with their computer. Even the smallest errors can cause unnecessary calls to tech support. Here’s a handy list of things you can do when something goes wrong.
If you’re using the media player that came with your operating system, you could do better. There are two alternatives in particular that would be a step up.
Your internet freedom is under attack. Speak up and save it.
Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware is a free antivirus program that can easily remove malicious software from your computer. It also has a paid version that can replace your current antivirus.
CCleaner is a maintenance program that cleans up your computer to keep it running smoothly.
Defragmenting your hard disk is a very important part of good computer care. Defraggler makes it easy to do, and is more effective than the stock Windows defragmentation tool.
This is the last Firefox post for a while, I promise.
Flash LSOs, sometimes called “zombie cookies” can pose a serious privacy risk to you and your computer. BetterPrivacy allows you to control them and protect yourself from untrusted, malicious, or simply unwanted ones.