Monday, April 25, 2016


Windows 10 has many shortcut commands that most people never take advantage of.

Maybe some of our readers will:

All these commands require HOLDING the first key as you press the second, (command), key:

Windows key + E  : open internet explorer

Control key + P      : print

Control key + S      : save

Control key + F      : find word or phrase

Control key + Z     : undo whatever you were doing

Control key + Y    : redo whatever you undid

Control key + ESC : open start screen

Control key + N   : new email, new document

Control key + C  : copy items you select

Control key + X  : cut items you select

Control key +V :  paste

Windows key + F :search files or folders

Windows key + + or - keys :zoom in zoom out

Alt + Tab : switch between windows

F1  : display help screen

There are more shortcut commands, however as far as I am concerned, the above are the most practical and fast acting.


George Freire

Tuesday, March 29, 2016


Dear readers,
What would you do if you were hit with ransomware? Unfortunately, if you haven't backed up your files, there's nothing much you can do, unless you pay the ransom. Of course, that puts a great big target on your back for future malware attacks. So what's the best course of action? Stop the attack from happening in the first place. Read on to find out how.
Malwarebytes  one of the best if not the best malware defense programs on the market, has the following advice on how to prevent and beat ransomware problems.
The article is written by Wendy Zamora one of their technical writers and we bring it here by clicking the following link:
Keep yourselves away from ramsomware, it can really be a very pesty situation if you  ever find yourself a victim.
George Freire