AutoRun can be enabled or disabled for all Removable media types, such as a Floppy or Zip disk, and USB Flash Drives. This is useful to know because removable media can easily be infected with viruses and spyware that is … Continue reading
Backing up your data is a bit like going to the Dentist or Doctor for a checkup, or checking the air pressure in your car tires. It should be done regularly, but because of forgetfulness, the unpleasantness, or just plain … Continue reading →
The following videos are from a British comedy called the “IT Crowd”. They appealed to me so I decided to post them here.
A report released by Australian Research Company Epitiro has concluded that consumers are not necessarily getting what they pay for when it comes to Broadband Internet speeds. Epitiro’s analysis claims that Australians receive on average 65.5% of advertised package speeds … Continue reading →
Ok I am probably a little biased considering I am a Telstra Dealer, but you have to admit when it comes to network speed and reliability, Telstra wins hands down. Speaking at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Telstra CEO … Continue reading →
For those who are in any doubt just how fast technology, and indeed life itself is changing, have a look at the following video. It graphically shows the rate of change we are experiencing. We are at a point now, … Continue reading →