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How to Take Complete Backup of Windows 10 PC and Restore the Data?

Already have a Backup, why not another one? Because it never hurts to play safe. A steady backup of your data will benefit you in more ways than you know. The world of machines can be unpredictable at times and this can lead to a hyperactive nervous system. I am sure, you wouldn’t want that. It is no longer about safeguarding your data, it is about protecting your valuable assets present in the virtual world. Windows 10 is specifically made targeting the people who are not tech savvy. Hence, it has a simplified way of backing up files which the

Warning!! CHKDSK reduces your disk space. But it’s for your good

Microsoft’s hard disk scanning and repair utility, CHKDSK (“check disk”) may not be unfamiliar to a common Windows user. It’s been in Windows for more than 2 decades. Even on Microsoft’s latest OS – Windows 10, this utility is available in both command line format and graphical format. Running CHKDSK in Windows 10 is very simple. Just assure that you have administrative privileges for that. Sometimes, the check disk process may take a long time – particularly, when you have a larger hard disk drive. But today, let’s not discuss “how to” questions. Instead, I’m thinking of addressing an issue

How to Create and Monitor a Child Account in Windows 10

Parents always live with a hidden but consistent fear of their child’s safety. And in this digital universe, online threats and health hazards because of over screen time adds the reason for them to worry even more. Somehow, every parent is cautious about what their kids’ are doing with their computers. Today, we’ll show you how to use Windows 10 parental control features to monitor your kids’ device activity. Microsoft first introduces the concept of child account in Windows 8, which gives privilege to parents to set up appropriate age restriction and time limits, and make sure a kid is

Internet of Insecure Things- Adopt Now or Wait?

internet of insecure things

The usage of internet ready devices is growing day by day. From the release of the first smartphone marked in 1999, the journey has witnessed an enormous evolution in terms of features, processors, and operating systems. This evolution has also witnessed a growth in security risk factors. Smartphone started kicking in IoT. Even after a decade, smartphones are still not 100% secure. As per Kaspersky Lab’s analysis, Adware (malware that automatically downloads advertisements when a user is online) is the most common malware at 26.7% followed by trojan SMS messages at 22%. Some of this malware are harmless whereas the

When Dads Are Not Babysitting, They’re Parenting!

When Dads Are Not Babysitting, They're Parenting

Most of the research on parenting centers around moms, their better halves (dads) are curiously understudied. But take a note according to the Pew Research Center, “Fathers have tripled their time with children since 1965”, the data from Pew analysis of US Census Bureau says “the number of stay-at-home dads has almost doubled in the past two decades”. Head of global sales at BabyCenter, Julie Michaelson says “Millennial dads are more involved in the day-to-day of childcare than any generation before them”. They have their own unique characteristics: They are more likely to participate in decision making on household chores,

Should You and How to Bypass “Publisher Could Not Be Verified” Warning in Windows 10

If you are using a Windows PC, probably you’d have seen this message, especially while trying to install applications from some not-so-popular vendors on your computer. There isn’t anything to worry about this message- it’s just a warning that you can simply ignore. Here, I can summarize the cause of this problem in one sentence, “Windows fails to recognize publisher of that program.” How this explanation seems to you? If you’ve doubts, try to install programs from any recognized software vendors. For example, let’s try to install Remo Recover 4.0 on the same PC. Perhaps, you’d see a pop-up like this. Here

How to Fix Windows 10 Problems using System Restore

Compared to its predecessors, Windows 10 is more stable. Its security features such as device guard, Microsoft Passport, Windows Hello, etc. are capable of diminishing the quest of PC users for a modern, secure operating system. But, in case you run into problems, you may have to manually intervene to revert system settings back to the previous state. Here, you’ll know why you need System Restore in Windows 10 and how to create a restore point. Even though Windows 10 is believed to be safer than its predecessors, it can get crashed due to improper software installation/uninstallation, errors during Windows updates,

4 Realistic Data Storage Options for Enterprises to Solve the Storage Crisis

As per April 2014 IDC report the amount of data is doubling in size every two years, and by 2020 the data we create or copy will reach 44 zettabytes, or 44 trillion gigabytes. And, if you zoom out of the picture, you`ll find that our digital universe is growing 40% a year into the next decade. Another report by Cisco reveals that global mobile traffic reached 3.7 exabytes per month by the end of 2015 that is a whopping 74% growth compare to 2.1 exabytes at the end of 2014. Cellphone and Tablets have also been serving as a

Understanding How Parents Monitor Kids’ Online Activity

Whether to use a parental control or not! Is it ethical to spy on our kids? – today parents often find themselves standing at this dilemma. If they choose to control, their kid will be frustrated because of over restriction and will blame of not giving privacy.  And if they choose to ignore, they’ll live with a constant fear that today’s digital world offer. Despite Being Concerned, Parents Avoid Parental Control Software According to a global research on parental behaviour, 82% Parents routinely feel guilty of not being around their kids or not having a clue why kids spend so

What’s With the Latest Buzzword “IoT”?

Before we get into any specifics of Internet of Things (IoT), you will be surprised to know that the latest buzzword IoT is not a recent invention. The co-founder of MIT’s Auto-ID Center, Kevin Ashton came up with the term “Internet of Things” in 1999 while working on then famous, RFID (Radio-frequency identification) technology to connect devices. This technology was significantly different from today’s IoT. Only a few experts had the understanding of this term back that time, although the concept of IoT reached the masses in recent years. This concept is witnessing some real life implementation from the onset