Antivirus products and security solutions in general, come in various forms, shapes, and sizes, and most of them include more than a few distinct protection layers. The number and variety of security solutions that are sold to Windows users are quite large and it’s difficult to classify them. We checked the best complete security products that are found on the market for Windows users, we reviewed them one by one and now we want to compare them using a long list of criteria that are relevant when deciding which security product is best for you. If you want to know how each antivirus product compares against its competitors, read this analysis:
System and Security
One fact of life with Windows is that, every once in awhile, your computer will slow down or freeze, or a program won't work the way you expect it to. Wouldn't it be nice if you had a way of finding out what had gone wrong, and why - whether it's CPU use, memory use, a program behaving badly, or something else? Yes, it would definitely be nice to know all these things and more. And that's why the Resource Monitor exists in Windows. This tutorial will show everything you need to know about this great tool and how to use it:
Are you searching for the best antivirus or the best security solution for your Windows computer? There are so many options on the market that you may not know what to choose. You know that you need an antivirus but you don’t know which criteria it should pass in order to provide a solid experience. Many security companies market their products as being the best, having the best antivirus or the best firewall, being complete products and so on and so forth. But whom should you trust? How should you choose your security solution? In this guide, we will share the criteria that you should use in order to choose the best security product for you.
The latest operating system from Microsoft - Windows 10 - is definitely full of new things when compared to previous versions of Windows. But, like all things in life, there are also things missing from it, things people used and loved. If you’ve just upgraded from Windows 7, there are quite a few features and applications which are no longer present in Windows 10, and which you’ll probably miss. In this article, we’re going to tell you which are the most important, and who knows, if you didn’t already upgrade to Windows 10, maybe after you’ll see what’s missing, you’ll never do the upgrade anyway. Let’s get started:
Do you have a brand new computer on which you need to install and configure everything: starting from the operating system to drivers, applications, plugins and so on? Do you need to delete everything from an "old" computer and reinstall all from scratch? If the answer is yes to either of these questions, then you are in luck! After setting up many computers (both old and brand new), we created a checklist of steps you must go through, in order to have the best experience possible: without (too many) crashes, in the least possible time and in a secure way. This article shares the optimized list of steps you need to go through, in order to have everything working correctly.
Do you believe that if you don’t download many things from the internet and you use your web browser only for visiting popular websites, you don’t need an antivirus solution? Do you think that your personal information can’t be stolen by criminals because you can identify dodgy websites without the help of an antivirus? If you do, we have some bad news for you. Web browsers represent one of the most common avenues for malware infections and data theft occurs on a regular basis on the internet. Only a permanent watchfulness and appropriate safety measures can protect you from malicious websites, online thieves, and hackers. In this article, we will walk you through a little experiment in which you can see how easily you can get infected while browsing the web. Hopefully, this experiment will help you learn to be better prepared in the future and know when to run away from malicious websites:
BullGuard is a Danish IT security company established in 2002 with the purpose of developing antivirus products that are easy to use by anyone, and also include all the advanced tools an experienced user wants. Their top security product is called BullGuard Premium Protection and it includes an antivirus engine, a firewall module and other security related tools that you might be interested in. We used and tested BullGuard Premium Protection for about a week and we are now ready to share our findings with you. If you’re curious about what this security suite has to offer to its users, read our review:
Internet Explorer is such an integral part of Windows that, for some time, you couldn't remove it from Windows. This is not the case anymore and modern versions of Windows allow you to get rid of it, if you do not want to use it. But, what happens when you do that? Will Windows stop working well? Will you still be able to browse the web? Will universal Windows apps continue to run when they need to access data from the internet and display it to you? We have run our own experiments, analyzed as many things as we could and discovered the most likely things that could happen if you remove Internet Explorer from Windows 10 or Windows 8.1:
G DATA is the short name of a German software company that specializes in developing security software. The company was founded back in 1985 and it is known for being the creator of the first antivirus software in the world. Nowadays, their most complete security solution - G DATA Total Security 2017 - offers an antivirus module, a firewall module, and as a range of other security tools. We wanted to see if this security software can protect you against modern day malware and online threats, so we took it for a spin and we’ve tested it for a week. Read this review to see what we’ve learned about it:
Is your Windows 10 or Windows 8.1 computer or device unable to load the operating system successfully? Is Windows reporting missing or damaged system files? If that's the case, you should try to boot from a recovery drive and use the Startup Repair tool. It’s the only tool that can repair your system and it can save you from having to reinstall the operating system. Here's how it works: