Spyware is a modern plague. It’s dastardly, devilish and insinuates itself into millions of computers without people being aware of it. Find out just what spyware is, what it does, where it comes from, how to avoid it and how to get rid of it by reading on.
Sometimes the speeds of our Internet connections are not what they could be. If you’re feeling a bit frustrated at your connectivity speed read on for a few tips on how to get things moving a little faster.
Back in the day, when connecting to the Internet via a dial up modem was accompanied by an odd medley of electronic tweeting and whistling sounds, connections used to slow down in the late afternoon. It was often attributed to the fact that America was waking up and people on the other side of the Atlantic were yawning their way onto the Internet. This meant that the pipes that Internet traffic travelled down became more congested hence connections predictably became slower in the afternoon.
The good part is that removing unwanted toolbars in Firefox is much simpler than getting rid of them from Internet Explorer, so it should all be very easy.
Here is BullGuard’s step-by-step guide to get rid of unwanted Firefox toolbars.
We’re all familiar with the curse of the seemingly endless spinning wheel or non-stop hourglass. And it’s always seems to happen on those days when you need it functioning on at it’s fastest!
Why is that? Why does your computer all of a sudden cease to function like a normal computer and transform into the computer from hell that you want to throw out the window? If you can think faster than your computer, we have a problem.
If you’ve got a toolbar that is driving you nuts and you can’t for the life of you figure out how to get rid of it, this article is for you. Many of the toolbars you might have come across, offer no real service except to deliver advertisements, and in some cases, can be malicious.
Here is BullGuard’s step-by-step guide to get rid of unwanted toolbars from Internet Explorer.