My 1080TI upgrade adventure (and so can you) This weekend I upgraded to the 1080TI (EVGA FTW3), This thing is big! I got lazy this time around. I figured, I was only upgrading from a 1080GTX and I have a mid tower case, I don’t need to actually get in there in measure right??
Disabling Data Collection on Google https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujj1MkwasuI In this day and age you can pretty much take for granted that digital companies are collecting as much data as they can on each of us. Building marketing profiles, tracking analytics, and selling the info to other companies has just become a fact of life. (Try and ignore
PC Monitors, the overlooked upgrade Today I want to talk about the lowly computer monitor. An often underappreciated and over looked computer upgrade that for little money (in comparison to other upgrades) can make a drastic difference in productivity and overall satisfaction with your work/personal computer experience. Computer upgrades Many people are under the false
The importance of website security We have tried to emphasize the importance of Cyber Security at Dragonfly Computers, this extends to our approach to website security. 2016 was a record year for cyber attacks with entire swaths of the internet being taken down and data breaches galore. If you wonder whether even small-town local business
Video Tutorial: Disable Windows 10 Data Collection with Shut Up 10 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emXX7dkGM4k What is Windows 10 Data Collection There is a service that was introduced in Windows 8.1 which started collecting a large amount of user data. The service was called “Diagnostics Tracking Service,” which was ostensibly for collecting diagnostics data for product improvement,
Disable Windows 10 Data Collection Some people are starting to figure out why Windows 10 was a “free” upgrade, others not so much. For those running Windows 10, Microsoft is collecting data from your machine and using it to build a marketing profile on you for advertising purposes. They sell these profiles, hence the free
If you think your anti-virus software is keeping you safe, think again I’ve been harping on this point a lot lately, but I see it so often in the business world. Small businesses buy an antivirus program and think they’re protected from anything only to call up with a machine full of spyware (which their