Shake It Up Baby!

Have you heard of the Aero Shake? It’s a nifty feature that was introduced in Windows 7 and is available on all later versions of the operating system. If you’re the type of person who usually has multiple program windows open on your monitor at the same time, then you will find the Aero Shake very useful.

How to Spot a Phishing Email BEFORE It Can Do Any Damage

Phishing emails are bogus messages carefully designed to look like a legitimate message (or attached file) from a site or person you trust. Their goal is getting you to willingly give up your login info or unknowingly click a link to install a virus. The best of these emails look uncannily similar to their real-world counterparts, but there are ways to discern a phishing attempt from a legitimate email.

Selling Your Old iPhone?

There are some things you need to do first. Here’s a handy checklist from Popsugar to ensure all of your important data doesn’t wind up in the wrong hands.

First things first. Back up your iPhone. There are several places you can back up your data including iCloud, iTunes, your computer or laptop and various online storage options.

Beware of Phishing Emails Stemming from the Equifax Breach

By now we’re sure you’ve heard about the massive cybersecurity breach at Equifax. The bad guys wormed their way into the credit reporting company’s data and managed to obtain personal information on more than 143 million U.S. consumers and an undisclosed number of U.K. and Canadian people.