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.
You may have installed different extensions to add additional features to your browser. But did you know too many extensions can slow down your browser? Want to disable or uninstall the extensions in your web browser that you no longer want to use? Our IT helpdesk from Perth shows you how to disable or uninstall browser extensions for various browsers.
In a previous helpdesk blog, we saw how to change the default search engine of various browsers. When you change your browser, you would also want to migrate your bookmarks. Luckily, you can easily transfer by following some simple steps. Our IT experts from Perth help you on how to back up and migrate your bookmarks to various browsers.
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.
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.