How to Access Event Viewer in Windows

How to Access Event Viewer in Windows

Have you heard of Event Viewer? It’s an invaluable troubleshooting and optimization tool in Windows. Whether you’re experiencing the dreaded Blue Screen of Death (BSOD), or if you simply want to speed up and improve your computer’s performance, you...
Antivirus Software: Beware of False Positives

Antivirus Software: Beware of False Positives

Running antivirus software will give you peace of mind knowing that your computer is protected from malware. It will regularly scan your computer’s storage drive for infected files. There are different types of antivirus software, but most of them leverage a...
Mini vs Mid vs Full Tower PC Cases

Mini vs Mid vs Full Tower PC Cases

Desktop computers feature many of the same parts as laptops. They have a motherboard, memory, storage drive, processor, cooling fans and other components. Only desktops, however, have a tower. The tower is the case that contains all of a desktop computer’s...
What Are Temporary Internet Files Used For?

What Are Temporary Internet Files Used For?

Your web browser will likely store copies of files as you browse the internet. Known as temporary internet files, they will consume space on your computer’s storage drive — just like all other computer files. Being that they aren’t essential to your...
Linux Systems and Viruses: What You Should Know

Linux Systems and Viruses: What You Should Know

Not all computer systems run Windows. When setting up servers, in fact, many businesses use Linux. Originally released in 1991, Linux is an open-source operating system (OS) that’s powered by the Linux kernel. While it offers greater protection against viruses...