Tutorials

This is where I will post tutorial posts and videos.

How to stay Secure on the Internet part 2

How to stay Secure on the Internet part 2

The second part of my blog series on staying Secure on the Internet is about something that most people don’t  do and that is using two-factor authentication when logging into websites. Most people believe having a secure password is all you need to stay protected online. But that is not true anymore a secure password can be compromised just like an insecure password. Two-factor authentication adds another layer of security and has been put in place for most popular websites like Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Dropbox.

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How to stay Secure on the Internet Part 1

How to stay Secure on the Internet Part 1

Every day there is news of Internet services and user account being hacked and personal information taken by hackers. Even though companies are constantly improving their security features it seems hackers are right behind in find holes and vulnerabilities in the security. You can make things even easier for your accounts to be compromised by using easy and insecure passwords on all your accounts and services. Here are some tips to help improve the security of your accounts and try to prevent your information from being compromised.

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How to setup a Virtual Computer

How to setup a Virtual Computer

Virtual Computers are used on a daily basis by IT professionals to do a myriad of different things. Virtual computers are used to run multiple servers on one physical server as well as creating test environments for programming and networking. While VMs (Virtual Machines) are very popular in IT, most normal computers probably are completely unaware of them and how they could be used. I will go through what a VM is and how you can get started with one.

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How to customize Android | Part III

How to customize Android | Part III

When customizing Android it can be easy to overlook the lockscreen and most people don’t think you can customize it. The lockscreen is what is displayed when you turn on your phone or when you wake your phone from sleep. The lockscreen like any other part of Android can be customized depending on what version of Android you have there are apps that can be downloaded, or if you have Android 4.1 you can use widgets to customize. Here are some apps you can use to customize older Android phones as well as some apps and widgets I use with Android Jelly Bean.

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How to protect your Web Browser

How to protect your Web Browser

While surfing the web your web browser and computer can be attacked at any time from malicious scripts. It is easy to think that by avoiding questionable sites and only going to well known sites will protect you from these attacks, but that is not the case there can be malicious scripts on any website even if it is respectable. There is a way to help protect your web browser from these attacks the question is it worth it?

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What is Pinterest?

What is Pinterest?

Pinterest is a new social media platform that is becoming very popular and it is based entirely around viewing and sharing images. Pinterest is a great place to find new cool pictures, infographics, new products, and even recipes. When you go to Pinterest you can scroll through the images based on either who you follow or for a specific topic and enjoy or learn without having to read through status updates.

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