Top Tips for Computer Security
In the past decade, the number of computer viruses has surfaced constantly. If you want to know the various origins and transmission of virus, I recommend you to read this article.
It’s no perhaps that everyone has heard of computer viruses, but for those who have heard of it, it’s not a difficult task to learn about computer viruses. Therefore, in this article, I would like to share with you top tips for computer security.
Below are the top 3 tips for computer security in order for you to protect your computer and your personal information on the internet.
Tip #1 -Use a Firewall
A firewall may be a hardware or software tool that may help to protect your computer. It may not be the best tool to avoid all viruses, but it may be a great way to protect your computer from some types of computer viruses. A firewall may also disrupt connections to your PC. It can also restrict specific websites.
TIP – Set your System Restore Settings to Manually Restore Your Computer to an Earlier Time
This is one of the important tips to protect your personal files and data from being restoring to a wrong date. This may be caused by disk errors or a confusion with normal system updates. Having your System Restore settings to switch to manual restore may be another useful way to protect your important files.
Tip #2 -Use a Registry Cleaner
A registry cleaner is a useful tool for cleaning your computer’s registry. It scans the registry to find things that are no longer needed and registry settings that are corrupted. Registries can be useful to any computer user for their easy access to specific items.
Tip #3 -Uninstall Unnecessary pnw packages
pnw detected as a virus, then install by double clicking on the icon may not be necessary. Uninstall unwanted programs you may not need.
Tip #4 -Keep your computer safe by reflooding the disk
Sometimes you may create a cluttered disk, as files are moved around. Then you need to defragment the disk which will clear the head of any files that are in the way. Also refragment the disk and delete files that are not used.
Tip #5 – paradise is near
There are packages that will clean up your computer and optimize your web surfing. These will delete the junk files and unused drivers and files in your computer and will speed up your computer.
Tip #6 – More?
Well, actually there are a few more things you can do to optimize your computer. The following will increase your startup speed and speed of computer.
Disable Unused Programs
Unused programs usually load up when you boot up your computer. These will take up a lot of your RAM and eventually slow down your computer. So, turn these off.
Edit the Configuration on the Paste Remote Desktop Utility
You can edit the Properties of Remote Desktop Service on the retired version. The editing method is different for the different versions. You can find it by highlighting the Utility in the form of a small arrow, and then right-clicking on it.
Edit the Startup Type of Device
For Advanced Computer Users there is another way to disable unwanted wireless devices. For right type, do this:
turnaround in the registry editor
Note: If you are not familiar with using the registry editor. It is used to manage the startup programs on your computer. Right-click on the arrow you see at the bottom of the same windows and then select the Run command. Type “services.msc”.
o From the services.msc, choose the option “Startup”.
o Click the arrow shown in the Startup tab, and then press “R”.
o Then the RegEdit program will open. Type “wireless.clickware” and press Enter.
o It will then open up the Edit String table, and find the following under Wireless networks.
/ TacomaCan: Corporal-Only: 0Voice: 0Password: none
/ companysystem wifi.nanosystemWindows XP Home Editionspyware/inn Papersoftware
o Click on the tab marked Load startup items.
o Check the box which says “Hide all Microsoft services” and then click “None of the above items”.
o Click on the next button.
o In the Advanced Settings of the tab, click on “Use automatic (recommended) Automatically load startup items”.
o Click on the next button.
o In the Startup Type menu, choose the “Normal” option.
o Normally, multiple wireless networks are supported. Therefore, click on the “Change” button multiple times to reach the wireless network’s SSID.