Lock Access to Your Windows Desktop Quickly

Lock Access to Your Windows Desktop Quickly

Leaving your computer for a short time but don’t want anyone peeking at your desktop or files? Simply lock it. When you lock your desktop, anyone who wants to use it will have to log in using their username and password. One way to do this is to press...

Windows 7 and 2008 R2: Does It Matter?

With Microsoft’s move to transition users to the newer Windows 7 and Windows 2008 R2 platforms through XP support discontinuation announcements, it may be high time to start thinking of an upgrade – and how you can execute it efficiently and cost effectively....

Is the Windows Desktop PC a Dinosaur?

Will the Windows Desktop PC become extinct? Is it going the way of the dinosaur? Are we seeing the beginning of an era in which a new wave of devices and operating systems will dominate the computing world? Read on and weigh in with your thoughts. Last year, Steve...

Managing Your Online Passwords

Having difficulty keeping track of all your online passwords? Here are some tools that may help you manage and make sense of the different passwords you have for your favorite social networking sites, blogs, phones, photos, games, documents, news, bank account,...