Monthly Archives: February 2015

How to Recover Deleted Photos from Samsung Galaxy S6/S5/S4/Note? #deletedphoto

“I accidentally deleted the full contents of the “Camera” folder on my Samsung Galaxy S3. All the photos and video that I had taken in the last 2 months were deleted. ( I know I should have backed them up…but … Continue reading

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How To: Find Your Wi-Fi Password in Windows 8.1 #wifi #password

Once you’ve successfully connected to your own wi-fi network it isn’t generally necessary to connect again or remember the password. However, I’m sure many of you will have encountered the situation where visitors want to access your wi-fi and, even … Continue reading

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Find/Delete large files wasting space for Windows users. #HarddriveSpace #computertuneup

Find/Delete large files wasting space A handy tool called WinDirStat (Windows Directory Statistics) can be used to easily find which files and folders are taking up the most space on your drive. From there, you can delete them and open … Continue reading

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How to Handle Liquid Damage on a MacBook Pro

It doesn’t matter what you spill tea, coffee, soda, or just plain water on your Macbook Pro the end result is the same. Most people give the Macbook a shake, set it on its side and watch the liquid slowly drain, … Continue reading

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The Worst Password Ever Created

People create some very bad passwords. In the list of the most popular passwords of 2014, all of them are terrible. Just look at the top 10: 123456 password 12345 12345678 Qwerty 123456789 1234 baseball dragon football But these don’t … Continue reading

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Windows 10 means Microsoft 2.0

Windows 10 means Microsoft 2.0 A little while ago, I was reading an article from Cliff Saran on Computer World titled Windows 10: Microsoft at the crossroads which I consider some required reading for those following the recent change of fortunes for Microsoft. I think that … Continue reading

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