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Now that the weekend has finally started, children have all the time in the world to spend with their best friend: Technology. Waking early to sneak in a couple hours of Minecraft, Roblox, YouTube or Xbox…grabbing their 'educational' iPad and Facetiming a friend…sending emails and texts…it's open season over the weekend! Not just the younger childr...
Ransomware has undeniably been the biggest security threat of 2016. No-one was safe. Hackers targeted everyone and everything, including home PCs – and they were astoundingly successful. Business is booming for hackers, with thousands of attacks each day bringing in an average of £520 per target. Perhaps even more alarmingly, the financial cost of ...
People happily share their private information online, building robust libraries that can easily become a one-stop goldmine for fraudsters. It's not exactly the intention everyone has when they sign up, as the whole point of Facebook is to share your life with your friends. It hooks us into a global community and the experience does depend on us ma...
Why Do Computers Slow Down Over Time? Remember the awe you felt when you turned on your new computer and it loaded in a flash? Your computer was the envy of your friends and you weren't afraid to bathe in that glory. Button on, ready to go, those were the days! After a year or two though, it doesn't seem to be quite as zippy…no, you're not imaginin...
Fetcham Village Celebrates The Queen's 90Th Birthday - come join us !  Entertainment for all the family ​Time ​​11:00 AM 12:00​ onwards ​Location ​Fetcham Village Shops then Midday Cock Lane Recreation Ground​
Should I upgrade to windows 10 whilst its still free ? The short answer is a resounding YES, but not because it will offer any new features you couldn't live without. ...  ​ Should I upgrade to windows 10 whilst its still free ? The short answer is a resounding YES ! We're being asked this question a lot, and for very good reason. Le...
Microsoft changes to the backend systems running @outlook.com, @hotmail.com, @live.com, or @msn.com and their .co.uk equivalents will break the Livemail desktop application support.   Other email accounts in live mail will remain unaffected. Microsoft are moving all email users to their newer office 365 backend servers.  However this will...