Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Computer Issues & how To Solve Them

In today’s world of technological advances, the problems that arise from new technology may be greater than the value that is afforded people. Problems with computer crashes, viruses, Trojan horses, identity theft and more have definitely made dealing with the world more complex.
People need to isolate and understand the technical or mechanical difficulties that can occur with computers. This results in quite a long list of problems to solve. Most people are not particularly learned in these areas of new technology, so a computer specialist, often called a geek, needs to fix the problem and attach a high price tag to the job. If you nderstand some of the more common causes of computer difficulties, frequently you can cure the problem yourself.

Common Causes of Computer Issues:

Is Your Computer Not Responding Properly ?
Viruses and spyware can result in a variety of start-up issues. Installing a free program, such as AVG free, Norton’s free trial, or McAfee will allow for a diagnosis and future protection. There are many good programs that
can be obtained for free that will do a good job for you. Never run two different anti-virus programs at one time. If you have installed two programs, you need to choose one program and uninstall the other.

How To Improve Computer Speed

• When the computer is running more slowly than usual, a virus may be the problem. Too many programs may be open at one time. It is good to clear the unnecessary programs occasionally. They represent clutter to your computer. It is comparable to you having too many papers or files on your desk. So much data is stored in your computer when you surf the Internet. Installing another free program, called CCleaner, is a good way to clean your computer at the end of each day. A registry cleaner is provided with this program. Registry problems can create many kinks in your computer and will cause it to slow down.

Dealing With New Computer Software

• There may be a problem with new hardware or new software that has recently been installed. Isolating these programs and uninstalling them temporarily will answer that question. Once they are uninstalled, check the computer start-up and the speed of operation.
• When visiting a site, cookies may be attached to your computer. Those sites that do this are monitoring your Internet habits. Clearing of these cookies will be done once you begin to use CCleaner. Never open an attachment to an email if you do not know the sender. Many viruses get into computers through these attachments.

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Earnonlineng said...

Nice one but what might be the problem when ma lappy refuses to boot and av checked the hard disk and its working

Tanimowo Micheal said...

Then change the hard disk and try another one that might work with it then if the problem persist mail me @ tanimowom@gmail.com

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