How to effectively increase Vista performance

We just bought a laptop (Yahoo!).  But the one that we bought is only compatible with Vista. I am used in using Windows XP, but since I don’t have any choice… I research about Vista and decided to share it with you. Vista has really got cool advanced features, but other areas of Vista are very slow. I have posted ... Read More »

Speed up your web browsing with OpenDNS

When you type a Web site address like into your browser, that domain name needs to be translated into the actual IP address for the computer hosting that site. The job of the DNS server is to take the domain name you type in, look it up against a database of IP addresses, and then return the

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PC Repair and Maintenance Advice

Quality In, Performance Out

The quality of replacement components is one of the factor performance after the repair. When it comes to selecting replacement parts, there are hundreds of choices and varieties in quality and price. For example, while most computer-literate people can differentiate hard drives solely by their data-storage capacity, overall computer performance is affected by differences in hard

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Troubleshooting Tips for a new Motherboard

More than 70% of all computer problems are related to cabling and connections. Ensure all cables are connected and connected firmly. IDE and floppy ribbon cables and power cables can often go loose. Ensure microprocessor, memory modules, and adapters such as video card are inserted correctly and didn’t “pop-up” due to vibration. System has no power at all. Power light ... Read More »

How to remove FUN.XLS

This is another popular article of mine from my previous blog that I brought back. I brought back my some of my previous posts to continuously help computer users recover from a virus attack. What is FUN.XLS.EXE? This worm gets into your PC through other malwares dropping it. It usually infects removable drives. When this program is executed it drops ... Read More »

How to Backup your Registry

Editing Registry is a task that are best handled by people that are really knowledgeable in computers. But even if you are a PC expert or novice user it is always the best thing that you make sure that you first export the keys in the registry that you plan to edit, or back up the whole registry before you try to edit your registry settings. It is a very good practice to always backup your registry because if a problem occurs, you can just restore your registry to its previous state.

These are the easy steps on how you can export your registry keys:

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lsass.exe a system file or a virus?

Virus and spywares are now disguising  to look like a windows system files. Thats also the reason why it is hard to locate a virus because they look like a system file. Tell me which of the following below is a spyware and a system file? Isass.exe lsass.exe Win32.exe Hey, wait a minute, the first two files are the same! ... Read More »

How to Check if you Antivirus is Working

Want to know if your antivirus is working? then follow this very simple steps to determine if you have a reliable virus protection. 1. Open your Notepad 2. Copy and paste the code below X5O!P%@AP[4\PZX54(P^)7CC)7}$EICAR-STANDARD-ANTIVIRUS-TEST-FILE!$H+H* 3. Save the file and name it as fakevirus.exe 4. If the fakevirus.exe file got deleted immediately then that means that your antivirus is working ... Read More »

The Best Free Tools to Remove Spyware, Adware, and Malware

If you have been on the Internet for any length of time, you’ve probably ran across the topic of spyware, adware, or malware. These are programs that has installed on your computer, many times without your permission, or accidentally by clicking on a popup ad, etc. The problem with these programs is they will slow your computer down, make changes ... Read More »

How to remove Taga Xpress On Kami

MANUAL REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS Terminating a Process This procedure terminates the normal process WSCRIPT.EXE, which is used by this malware to execute. Terminating this file also terminates the malware. 1. Open Windows Task Manager. On Windows 98 and ME, press CTRL+ALT+DELETE On Windows NT, 2000, XP, and Server 2003, press CTRL+SHIFT+ESC, then click the Processes tab. 2. In the list of ... Read More »