With 20+ years of experience in IT, training, and technical trades, it is my desire to share what I've learned with anyone else willing to learn. I strive to do the best job possible in the best manner possible, and with a little humour. Keep in touch: Twitter - Facebook - Google+.
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Guy's Latest Posts
No matter how long your phone’s battery life lasts, there are ways that you can definitely make it last longer. Let’s take a look at some different ways.
Ever wonder just who your Android communicates with in the background? Perhaps you’re not as inquisitive (or paranoid) as I am, yet you should give this app a try anyway. What your Android device tells others, and who those others are, just might surprise or shock you! The primary goal of the viaProtect app, developed by […]
Should you spend a few hundred dollars on a stand-alone dash cam or should you use the camera and GPS device you already have – your Android smartphone? Let’s find out.
Not concerned about identity theft? How about cyberstalking? Are you sure that no one is going through your garbage? How about your paper recycling? Sure, no one is parking beside your house and going through the bags, but what about after it’s picked up? Dumps aren’t renowned for their security. You should consider getting a […]
32GB of sweet USB flash drive storage space just sits in your office drawer, ironically taking up space. Why? Because it’s write protected and you can’t format the stupid thing! Or can you?
There are people making millions from meddling with your computer. Every click and e-mail can bring you within reach of them. How do you protect yourself? By learning what techniques they use and what you can do about them. Here’s your guide to ransomware and the other threats that you might encounter. Ransomware Ransomware is […]
Can Microsoft afford to lose 30% of its market share? That’s how many people are still using Windows XP today. Time to re-invest into a new Windows, one that works, is lean, and open.
Talking with your kids and teaching them better ways to use their Android is a great start, yet there are many ways they can make mistakes and get into trouble with a phone or tablet.
You’ve got an Internet connection via a network cable. Can you wirelessly share that connection with other devices? Can you make your Windows computer run like a WiFi router? In short: Yes!
Now is the time to start planning for your retirement. Now is the time to take control of it, and put the responsibility back into your hands. Work at it with some web tools.
When it comes to the cerebral type, it really is the thought that counts.
Were you the lucky recipient of a new Android phone over the holidays? If you were, you are in for a real treat.
Don’t let the terminology mislead or turn you off! .IMG files are useful for everyone who uses CDs or DVDs on a regular basis. We demonstrate how to use them.
Care for a little remote desktop control magic? We present non mainstream methods for accessing your computer remotely using a Chrome extension, SSH clients, or over the air using your mobile device.
What do you get the person who has everything before everyone else?