Thursday, July 8, 2010

Use One Printer for Multiple Computers

To use a single printer for multiple computers, you will need a wired or wireless home network and a network-ready printer. Learn what equipment to buy and how to set up your home network in Windows XP, Windows Vista and Mac OS. Read more...

Identify a Phishing Email

Phishing is a type of fraud in which a scam artist tries to get your sensitive personal and financial information. You can avoid this type of fraud by leaning to identify a phishing email. The signs are clear and easy to recognize. Find out what the warning signs are that you've received a phishing email. Read more...

Network Your Computers

Setting up a home network is easier than you might think. When you have a home network, you will be able to access computer files remotely, share an Internet connection and share a single printer between computers. Find out how to set up a home network in Windows XP, Windows Vista and Mac OS X. Read more...

Laptop Power Settings

You can save a lot of electricity and extend battery life by making sure that your laptop power settings are properly set. Find out how to set laptop power settings in Windows XP, Windows Vista and Mac OS. Read more...

How to Avoid Viruses

Whenever you use the Internet, whether it's for email, web surfing or downloading files, your computer is at risk for becoming infected with a virus. There are simple ways to avoid viruses. Find out what practices are best for avoiding viruses online, how to set your browser security settings and how to protect your computer with anti-virus software. Read more...

Transfer Files to Your New Computer

Transferring files to a new computer can seem frustrating and confusing to the uninitiated. However, if you know what equipment you need, transferring your files will be much quicker and easier. Find out what you need to transfer files, how to transfer them and the best ways to dispose of your old computer. Read more...