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How to keep your personal data secure on a shared computer

Do you share a PC or laptop at work or at home? Are you worried your colleagues or family members might stumble across your confidential files, or inadvertently delete some important documents? The easiest way to keep files secure on a shared computer that you own is with individual user accounts. You could have your

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Are the traditional desktop’s days numbered?

The signs are all there – we’re all going mobile. There’s been an interesting recent convergence between desktop and laptop users wanting to move onto something more portable; landline owners wanting to take advantage of new data options; and people trying smartphones for the first time. Whatever the reason, by 2012, more people had access

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The rising dominance of tablets

Tablets have been increasing in popularity for years, but 2014 could be the year they finally achieve market dominance, after surpassing desktop PC sales for the first time ever in 2013. Market analyst Canalys predicts that over 2014, tablets will account for almost half of the total PC market, which includes desktop PCs, notebooks and

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