A brief overview of several sets of system administrator tools, why they are needed and how they can be useful to a regular computer user.
Every user whose work is somehow connected with a computer knows who the system administrator is and understands that this work requires knowledge in the field of information technology.
But often, knowledge alone is not enough and in order to perform diagnostics and restore the normal operation of computer technology, both ordinary and special tools are required.
Sooner or later, home users also have to deal with the maintenance of their computer. At a minimum, this is disassembling, cleaning and replacing individual components. A screwdriver is often enough for this, but when it comes to troubleshooting, this is no longer enough. Continue reading
Antivirus rating based on testing by an independent laboratory SE Labs.
Simon Edwards Antivirus Research Lab has established itself as a completely independent and unbiased research organization for various security threats.
A few days ago, SE Labs presented another quarterly report on testing the most popular antiviruses that it conducted over the course of the year.
All antiviruses were tested under absolutely identical conditions using the most modern viruses, trojans, rootkits, network attacks, exploits and infected sites. Continue reading
On the modern Internet, any user, without exception, is in danger of infecting his PC, laptop or smartphone with any malicious software.
The first danger that lies in wait for every Internet user: viruses and theft of personal information. These two Internet “rogues” usually go hand in hand.
If your device has been infected, then theft of information will inevitably follow. Also, the information may simply disappear. The main type of protection against this type of infection will be a good antivirus.
The best free antiviruses for today:
Kaspersky Antivirus Continue reading