What Should You Know About Antimalware Doctor

April 11th, 2010

Many people using the Internet do get infected by Trojans. Those Trojans will install spyware, like Antimalware Doctor. You will get ads asking you to install some Flash updates, or even video codecs, that supposedly you do need to perform some web-related action. Read the rest of this entry »

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System Adware Scanner 2010: A New Threat You Should Be Aware Of

March 27th, 2010

Keeping your computer safe is one of the most important things nowadays, since most of our essential information is stored on it. People will keep on their computer system lots of things related to their life: work, meetings, appointments, and more. This is why it is very crucial to carefully safeguard our system. Read the rest of this entry »

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Your System is Infected Virus

March 27th, 2010

Your System is Infected is the name of a desktop hijack roaming the web. There are more scams possible on the Internet.This way to trick users has been around since a while. The point of displaying this message on a user’s desktop is to create fear in that individual. Read the rest of this entry »

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System Adware Scanner 2010: Myths and Facts

March 27th, 2010

Computer’s user are known to safeguard their computer system the best they can given their PC contains lots of important and crucial information.. Our computer contains info about everything in our life (work, appointments, meetings, things we do love, and more). That’s why it is important for us to keep our PC safe. Read the rest of this entry »

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Epson R265 – Style or Reliability?

March 27th, 2010

The sole trouble with the Epson R265 printer is the issue, that like lots of the Epson R series, the R265 printer is very big. However, for what it fails for in looks it more than makes up for in performance, so if you have that extra added space around your office or your home then the Epson R265 printer is a handy printer to own.

The Epson R265 printer comes with a lovely silver and black design with a control panel at the front. Read the rest of this entry »

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Vista to Windows 7 File Transfer

March 24th, 2010

New versions of Microsoft Windows operating systems come out fairly frequently, and users always feel compelled to get the newest and shiniest operating system out there for their computer. This means, as soon as a new version of Windows comes out, users will be clamoring to upgrade their computers to it. If you have upgraded your version of Microsoft Windows along different computer systems or within the same system, you will know what a hassle it is to move all your files from the old installation to the new one. It is extremely difficult to manually move all the files into the unknown terrain of the new operating system. This problem springs up when a user is attempting to move files from Windows Vista to Windows 7 as well. As Windows 7 is the newest operating system and not fully documented, it would be very easy if there were some method to transfer files without having to do it manually.

There are software tools available to perform the ardent task of file transfer across operating systems for you. One such tool is the well-known PC Mover, which can complete the transfer for you in an easy-to-use, quick manner that will completely remove the burden of moving files. For a minimal fee, you will be able to download and install Laplink PC Mover from its homepage: http://www.laplink.com/.

PC Mover makes it possible to move files within the same computer to a different hard drive or to a different installation of a newer Windows operating system. It allows file transfer to a brand new computer via USB cable. The process is easy and takes little time, as PC Mover will copy files in increments of 4GB each to maximize speed and minimize data loss. Along with files, PC Mover also transfers registry settings, programs and personal user settings such as browser settings, desktop background, favorites and bookmarks. All network and internet settings which make your computer your own personal workspace will also be migrated to the new installation of Windows 7, along with Media playlists and images.

PC Mover is a great application that saves you the trouble of manually transferring files from your old installation of Windows Vista to your new installation of Windows 7, and when you make good use of it, you don’t even have to think about file transfer.