In this article, you will learn what browser cookies are, why browser cookies can be a potential privacy concern or security risk, and how to manually delete cookies in Internet Explorer web browsers on your Windows computer. Let’s get started!
What your computer does behind the scenes can leave you at risk for identity theft. Below is a list of the 7 things your Windows computer does behind the scenes that identity thieves may take advantage of to steal your data if you don’t know how to protect yourself… It only hides, but doesn’t really […]
There are many reasons why you should use a file shredder when deleting files. Did you know… Files that you have deleted or emptied from the recycle bin are merely hidden, marked as deleted but not really removed from your hard drive and can be recovered with widely available data recovery software. Reformatting your hard […]
Caution. What you don’t know has the potential to destroy your entire operating system. What you don’t know about Directory Juntions has the potential to destroy your entire operating system! What the heck is a directory junction? Most people don’t know what a directory junction is. A directory junction is a geeky term for a […]
Worried about leaving your computer connected to the internet? Are you worried about leaving your computer connected to the internet every time you turn your computer on? Tired of getting up to disconnect your LAN cable from the back of your computer, or to turn off your router just to disconnect your machine from the […]
How to manually delete web browsing history and computer activities When you browse the Internet you leave traces of the web sites you have visited. These traces include, not only the URLs (website addresses) where you have been (Internet History), but also entire image files, video files, and other media are stored in your browser’s […]
Oh wow! You checked your email today and you just received the funniest joke ever! You MUST forward this one to all your friends on your email list because you just know they are going to die laughing when they read that joke, right? So you enter ALL your friends email addresses into the TO: […]
Windows 7 by default does not display the “My Computer” icon on your desktop. In order to display the icon on your desktop follow these steps: Click the START button on the bottom left hand corner of the Windows 7 toolbar Right-click the Computer button on the right hand side of the Start Menu Click […]