You were happily working away at your laptop, and – it suddenly froze you out? Our helpdesk in Perth gets panicked calls from customers who think that they may be witnessing a cyberattack. A freeze can be a symptom of any issues – software issues, a hardware problem, insufficient memory, or a malware attack.
All web-browsers have a default search engine. Example – Google Chrome uses Google Search Engine, while Microsoft Edge uses Bing. But if you don’t like the search engine used by your browser, you can easily change it. Our IT helpdesk from Perth shows you how to change your default Search Engine for various browsers.
We all know how frustrating it is to work with a slow computer. Even if you’re diligent with the maintenance of your laptop or PC, it still can slow down. This is because the software we use are becoming more and more demanding and how the computer reacts to these changes can influence its performance.
We receive frequent calls from panicked customers when they accidentally delete emails from Outlook. You don’t need to panic because deleted mails can be recovered. Did you know that emails emptied from the ‘deleted folder’ can also be retrieved in some cases? Our IT helpdesk in Perth shows you how.
If you are somebody who is busy with meetings all day, you may have faced schedule clashes sometime or the other. A calendar helps you keep tabs on everything within your business. A shared calendar makes it even easier to organise. Sharing your calendar with your teammates can make it simple to plan schedules, save time and avoid schedule collisions.
Setting an out of office reply on your emails is considered basic professional etiquette. Anyone who sends you a mail will be informed of your absence, and they can take alternate steps. In this article, our IT HelpDesk in Perth shows you how you can set up an automatic out of office reply in outlook.
Do you share passwords with your friends? Friends are at the apex of the sharing chain. You can share anything with them. From your clothes to the deepest secrets. One thing it isn’t cool to share though are your passwords, yet this is what people do every day by storing passwords in unsecured text files, in emails, or sharing them with friends via chat, email, text etc.
This is a common query we get asked on the help desk. Imagine you are working at 2 am in the morning, trying to get your monthly report out and your screen is upside down…! Maybe you turned your screen by accidentally hitting some keys. Or a colleague played a prank on you. Or perhaps you need to rotate your screen to view it vertically or from another angle.