Since registry editing is uncomfortable for some people, here’s a follow-on to last week’s trick that forces MSSE to update more frequently.
What should you do when someone hands you a computer, tells you they think it has a virus, and asks you to clean it? Proceed carefully, that’s what. You don’t want to infect your other computers with whatever it has. To get it gone safely and effectively, you really need two things: an antivirus live [...]
My mom’s HP Mini 110 Atom-based netbook (with the factory 16GB SSD) was hesitating, a lot. Frankly it was really frustrating to use–it would freeze up for minutes on end, for no good reason. It was so slow, calling it “sluggish” was being kind. But it’s fixed now. I did six five things to it.
I rebuilt a friend’s Windows 7 system this week. The system includes a 30 GB SSD to boot from, and a RAID 1 mirror of 1 TB drives for storage. Aside from the two 1 TB drives, it’s basically a collection of $100 components. $100 Asus motherboard, $100 video card, $100 CPU. It seems like [...]