Category: FixMeTip

Backing Up Your Personal Files, Just In Case

When it comes to using computers, the most frustrating thing is encountering an unexpected error and suddenly losing access to all your stored information – photos, applications, documents, all lost because of a single malfunction.

For individuals who rely on the computer for storing any sort of valuable files, a malfunctioning computer can feel like the end of the world. Should you back up your computer? Keep reading to learn how to avoid this.

Speeding up a Slow PC

Does your computer take twenty minutes to turn on and even longer to open up your email? There’s nothing more frustrating than a slow computer. We get you and we are here to help!

Like your car, your computer requires regular maintenance to prevent slowdowns, crashes, and potential system failures. If your computer is slow because of viruses, you can try running a FixMeStick scan to speed things up.

However, if your computer is still slow after running your FixMeStick, below are some other things you can try to speed up your computer.

Free vs. Paid Antivirus

How to Choose Between Free and Paid Antivirus Software

The FixMeStick is the world’s best-selling virus removal device. But does that mean you no longer need antivirus software? The answer is No.

The FixMeStick works in partnership with antivirus. Think of antivirus as your everyday protection, like brushing your teeth, to make sure that most viruses stay out. However, inevitably threats get through and that’s why you need the FixMeStick! The FixMeStick is like going to the dentist once a year for a deep clean.

So we’ve determined that you need the FixMeStick and an antivirus program. But now the question is, should I pay for an antivirus software? In this article, we break down some of the differences between free and paid antivirus software so you can make a decision on which is best for you.

How to Stay Safe While Shopping Online

Can you believe it’s December? The holidays are here and you’re bound to do some online shopping, and we don’t blame you. Over the past decade, the amount of activities we’re able to do on the internet has increased tenfold – its relatively easy and hassle-free, and just an overall convenience, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t numerous risks associated with it.

These Logins Were Offered on the Dark Web

21 million logins for Top 500 firms were found on the Dark Web – a part of the internet that cannot be located via conventional search engines like Google and is often used as a marketplace for criminal activity.

If one of your online accounts have been hacked recently, then it’s possible that your account login and password may have been obtained by hackers via the dark web.

Keep reading to learn how this happened, and how to prevent it from happening to you.

The dark web is a part of the internet that’s often used for criminal activity.