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5 tips to get your PC beach ready

5 tips to get your PC beach ready

Our holidays are our chance to escape from the day-to-day. For some of us, this means a tech-free zone but for others, the thought of living without our devices isn’t a holiday at all.

Although the notion of completely device-free trip might sound lovely, the reality is that PCs and smartphones enable many of us to do the things we enjoy, whether that’s catching up on our favorite Netflix shows, posting those holiday selfies or Skyping friends. Encountering new experiences while also feeling connected to our normal lives can take some of the stress out of being away from home (less #fomo for a start) and actually add to our holiday enjoyment...

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Say 'hello' to CCleaner Professional's new feature...

Say 'hello' to CCleaner Professional's new feature...

As well as keeping your PC clean and fast, CCleaner now updates your software to keep your PC even more secure.

You might not realize that old software has security holes that can be found by attackers. Software developers always try to stay on top of this and when necessary, release updates to patch these holes...

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What is a VPN and why do I need one?

What is a VPN and why do I need one?

Many people don’t know what a VPN is and don’t use one, but that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be. Think for a minute about how much data you share over the internet or store on your computer or mobile. Many people openly share their photos, videos or use online banking with little thought about where their information could end up, but today’s digital life is a cat and mouse game. Hackers are working all the time to gain and exploit personal data, so protecting your privacy should be high on your agenda. VPNs are there to make sure that when you're online, your private data stays private....

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Stay safe online: 5 ways to protect your privacy

Stay safe online: 5 ways to protect your privacy

Think about the multitude of information you store on, or enter into, your devices. Photos, videos, emails, social media passwords, online banking details - there’s probably a lot. And then think how it would feel if this information got into the wrong hands. Not good.

As the world's data is growing exponentially, cybercriminals have thought up increasingly complex ways to get hold of your information, from simple password hacks and phishing scams to malware attacks. Sometimes, simply oversharing can cause your personal information to be used illegitimately. If you want to keep your private information private, there are now a lot of things you need to consider. Here are five places to start...

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