Help Desk Geek – Page 83 – Help Desk Tips for IT Pros

How To Remove Viruses Before Your Operating System Starts

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Most viruses are fairly easy to get rid of. Just open an antivirus scanner, wait for it to gather results, and then delete whatever it finds. Sometimes though, the virus […]

HDG Explains: What Is A Keylogger & How Do I Remove It From My Computer?

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A keylogger, or keystroke logger, is a sneaky program used by cybercriminals to covertly record each keystroke made on your computer. The main aim is to harvest your sensitive information […]

How To Connect a Phone Or Tablet To Your TV Via USB

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Smartphones and tablets provide a convenient and ideal way of accessing content for on-the-go use, but there still remains something to be said for viewing on a big screen television. […]

HDG Explains : What Is Bluetooth & What Is It Most Commonly Used For?

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Many of you reading this might remember the bad old days of getting any two gadgets to talk to each other. Cellular phones (not smartphones!) all had their own proprietary […]

What Does OEM Mean When You Buy Electronics?

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If you’ve ever purchased computer parts or an operating system, you’ve likely come across a mysterious recurring acronym – OEM. In today’s world of technology, it’s easy to get lost […]

How To Port Forward Without Opening The Door To Hackers

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Port forwarding allows you to direct the traffic coming to a certain port on your router to your chosen device on your network. If you’re into any kind of servers […]

How To Create a VBA Macro Or Script In Excel

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Microsoft Excel enables users to automate features and commands using macros and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) scripting. VBA is the programming language Excel uses to create macros. It will […]

6 Privacy Search Engines to Browse the Web Safely

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Before Google, discovering websites and services or finding information was tricky. The same can be said for internet users now if they had to do anything on the web using […]

How To Automatically Toggle Dark & Light Modes On Windows 10

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If you don’t already know, your Windows 10 computer comes with a dark mode to help relieve your eyestrain and give your computer a more darkish look. The option is […]

eMMC vs SSD: What’s The Difference?

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Long term storage is changing. We’re used to using hard disk drives (HDD) and many of us now have solid-state drives (SSD). But what is the electronic multi-media card (eMMC) […]