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What if you don’t like Windows 10?

What if you don’t like Windows 10?

If you recently upgraded you PC from Windows 7 or 8.1 to Windows 10 and have decided that you don’t really like Windows 10…you can actually roll back to happier times. Simply open the Start menu and select Settings. Click the “Update & security” icon and select “Recovery.” You should now see a “Go back to Windows 7” or “Go[Read More…]

How to make sure you kids don’t mess up your iPad

How to make sure you kids don’t mess up your iPad

  If you’ve ever handed your iPad to your young child only to have handed back a few minutes later after they’ve changed a bunch of settings or somehow locked you out of the device, here something you may like to try. Ok so you could just not let them use it again OR you can track down the ‘guided[Read More…]

Recovering from your email being ‘hacked’

Recovering from your email being ‘hacked’

If you’ve ever tried to log into your web mail account only to find that your password doesn’t work then chances are your account has been compromised and is under the control of another person. If this happens to you it’s important to fix this issue quickly as not only does a compromised email account mean that someone else is potentially harvesting personal information about you[Read More…]

Aussies living in fear of large phone bills

Aussies living in fear of large phone bills

Had any surprising mobile phone bills lately?  Well according to a recent survey by Amaysim more than half of us live in fear of Monthly mobile bill shock. To break out of that cycle financial expert Chris Magnus says that users need to closely examine their bill…then make appropriate changes.  Earlier this year I spoke to Chris who offered up[Read More…]

Back to School tips for parents from Intel Australia

Back to School tips for parents from Intel Australia

As Aussie school kids head back to school for another year parents may be faced with quite a few decisions to make in terms of the technology their children need to have access to, but in a world where many kids are perhaps more tech savvy than mum and dad it can be a bit confusing. Notebooks & Tablet devices[Read More…]