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How to fix a slow laptop
So, you have purchased a new laptop. It's got all the features you need, and dozens more you'll never use. But you are a wise guy, so you've done your homework, buying a laptop that incorporates a fast CPU, has plenty of memory and includes a generous hard drive. What could go wrong?
I don't know about you, but I've seen this happening over and over. For some strange reason, most laptop manufacturers install a lot of bloatware along with a handful of useful applications. I understand that they get paid some money whenever people purchase a full application after they've played with one of the preinstalled demos, but in my humble opinion, this shouldn't motivate them to turn a fast computer into one that's barely crawling.
How to use public Wi-Fi safely
They are everywhere! And no, I'm not talking about aliens, but about open hotspots: Wi-Fi networks that offer free Internet access to anyone. You'd be tempted to say that this is a great thing, but it's actually not! There are several crucial reasons why you should never connect to a public hotspot. Let's dive in, shall we?
Hackers purchase, and sometimes even build high-gain antennas like this, which can be connected to regular smartphones using SMA adapters with cables like these, and then are able to intercept public network traffic from miles away. Read this article to discover the key dangers that arise from using open hotspots. And if you still want to connect to free Wi-Fi, I will also share a few methods that will help you keep your data private.