Monthly Archives: March 2014

PC Safety and Security – What Do I Need? – Updated

By on March 29, 2014

Please note that this article has been updated.  You can find the article here https://www.techsupportforum.com/3726-pc-safety-and-security-what-do-i-need/  

Oculus and Virtual Reality

By on March 28, 2014

Since 2012 avid tecno-geeks have been patiently waiting for the release of the Oculus Rift, the Virtual Reality head mounted display for use in video games, and the wait is almost over. … read more →

How to get two in-boxes to work separately in Outlook 2007

By on March 26, 2014

What Outlook 2007 does with your E-mails: It turns out that Outlook 2007 and earlier versions of Outlook (2003, 2000, etc.) take all E-mail from multiple E-mail accounts and dump them into … read more →

A Two-In-One Flash Drive – A Kingston DataTraveler MicroDuo Review

By on March 25, 2014

Have you ever wanted to make a quick transfer to your Android phone but did not want to use the USB cable? Has there been a time where a movie you want … read more →

The Data Management Debate

By on March 20, 2014

A colleague of mine commented on something I found rather interesting recently. He was referring to an online IT course still referring to optical drives and stated that the technology is dated, … read more →

Android Makes its Way to Watches

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Google has just recently announced that they will be partnering with smartphone manufacturers, HTC, LG, Samsung and others to expand the Android OS into smart wearables. As the next tech phase seems … read more →

BSOD Debugging – A Beginner’s Guide

By on March 18, 2014

Introduction I hope this guide will give enough understanding of a BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) to be able to learn more advanced topics related to debugging. Before you even consider reading … read more →

Say Goodbye to Windows XP: 2001 – 2014

By on March 12, 2014

Windows XP, one of the most widely used, and well known operating systems to ever be created. In 2001 Microsoft released the fifth edition of Windows and little did they know it … read more →

Enterprise Security for Mobile – An ESET Mobile Security 2.0 for Android

By on March 10, 2014

It’s no surprise that in a world of internet connected technology there are people out there looking to steal or hack your devices. Since the beginning of the internet there have been … read more →

Powerful, Light, and Versatile – A HP Elitebook 820 Notebook Review

By on March 2, 2014

Chances are that you have either read or heard that technology is moving to the mobile market and that tablets and smartphones are the next big thing. That may not be wrong … read more →

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