Posts tagged e-mail

Windows Live Mail Phased Out

Windows Live Mail is a desktop application that enables you to download your e-mails from your host’s online server (e.g. live.com, msn.com, gmail.com, yahoo.com, etc.) to your computer. Other desktop programs that provide this service are Microsoft Office Outlook, Windows Mail, and Mozilla Thunderbird. Windows Live Mail is a free software available through the Windows […]

5 Internet Terms Everyone Should Know

We use the Internet every day, and access it on desktops, laptops, tablets, and phones.  Despite the ability users have to check e-mail, surf the web, and update social networking sites, many may be unfamiliar with some of the most basic Internet terms.  Here is a list of Five Basic Internet Terms everyone should know: […]

Alert: “FBI Virus” Attack

Viruses that disable the normal functioning of your computer are an all-too-common problem, and in previous posts we’ve discussed how viruses invade your system and precautions you can take to avoid malware.  We would like to alert customers to one particularly nasty bug that we’ve been seeing a lot of lately at PC Ninja:  the […]

The Most Common Way Viruses Access Your Computer

At PC Ninja we often hear the question, “But I have antivirus.  How did I get viruses?”  It is wise to have antivirus software, but there is no guarantee your computer will be 100% safe.  Customers then wonder, “I didn’t do anything.  Someone must have hacked in.  How do they do that?”  Well, the truth […]

Computer Data Organization

A previous post discussed cleaning the external components of your computer.  Now we have some tips for internal clean-up and data organization.  Countless hours are wasted searching through haphazard files or trying to recover lost data.  Save time and mental strain by following this List of Computer Practices that Will Make Your Life Easier: 1)  […]

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