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03rd May 2017

How to Quickly Open a New Explorer Window

Click on the Explorer icon on the taskbar and Windows 10 will load up an Explorer window. However, it is often useful to have more than one Explorer window open at the same time, so that you can copy files between them. But you can’t do that with the icon, unless you right...

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03rd May 2017

Security Alert: Trojan.Avrecon

Trojan.Avrecon is a Trojan horse that opens a back door on the PCs that it infects, to allow hackers to gain access. It creates the following files and folders on infected systems: %AppData%\ Mozilla\ svchoste.exe %AppData%\ svchoste.exe In ad...

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03rd May 2017

Give Your Windows Startup Files a Performance Boost

The files that are needed by the boot process become fragmented across your hard drive over time. This, of course, slows down the system startup. That’s why you should use the built-in defrag tool, which is equipped with a special parameter to defragment the boot environme...

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03rd May 2017

How to Send Large Files Using OneDrive Rather than Email

If you want to send a file using OneDrive, instead of your email client, the process is simple. Upload the file to your one OneDrive account (you’ll need a Microsoft account to use OneDrive but if you log into your Windows 10 system using a Microsoft account, the OneDrive ...

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03rd May 2017

OneDrive Becomes More User Friendly

Good news: Microsoft are making it easier to share files using their online OneDrive service. If you need to send a small photo by email it isn’t a problem. Most email providers will accept attachments up to 30MB in size. However, proble...

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03rd May 2017

Security Alert: Trojan.Drover

Trojan.Drover is a Trojan horse that opens a back door on the PCs that it infects to allow hackers to gain access. It creates the following files and folders on infected systems: %SystemDrive%\ system\ cxcore210.dll %SystemDrive%\ system\ highgui210.dll...

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