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Are you looking to buy a tablet computer for yourself or for your loved one this Christmas, but you are not sure which one to get? Here is a practical tablet buying guide to help you make the right choice. (2022 Christmas Edition)
Are you one of those lucky ones whom family and especially your mother always ask for help when it comes to doing anything tech-related? She gets a new smartphone, an iPad, TV set-top-box, even the microwave timer - are you the go-to-person? So how do you find teaching her all those things which you find trivial? Do you ever wonder why she doesn't quite get it despite you telling her again and again?
Having a business website is an essential part of running a successful business in this information age. Most businesses, no matter how big or small, have a website in one form or another. You can spend little or you can spend a fortune on it. You can use off-the-shelf tools or build one from scratch. You can make one yourself or you can get someone to do it for you. However, whichever option you take does not guarantee that you get an effective business website. So what makes a website good or just a complete waste of time and money?
Do you wonder why your computer, tablet or smartphone is running a bit slower today than when it was brand new? We have two simple, free and non-technical tips for you to help you speed up your electronic devices.
When you use Google Search, do you notice the privacy reminder? Do you ever wonder what it is about? Many of our customers have asked us what they should do when they see the reminder and many have clicked on “I AGREE” without knowing the consequences. We decided to publish this guide to demystify the subject and to show you what to do when you see the reminder again.
Want to be cyber safe? Here is a selection of security news, recommendations and how to guides from the Lxpert Community.
Windows 10 comes with a lot of new and exciting enhancement. However this latest Microsoft operating system also likes to collect a lot of data on its users and that might not be a good thing for people who value their personal information and privacy. Here are a few things that you can do to minimise Windows 10 from knowing too much about you. (Updated 14 Nov 2016)
If you are using Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1, you probably notice that in the past few months you have a new Windows icon on your system trays. Sometimes it will pop up with a notification bubble and prompt you to upgrade to Windows 10. So how to remove the "Get Windows 10" reminder and tray item?
If you have Java installed on your machine, every now and then you get a notification at the bottom right hand corner of your task bar, telling you that a Java update is available and asking you to update. However, oftentimes, our customers complain that their web browser looks a little bit different after the update. So how to install the Java update properly?
Here is a summary of what I learnt about Blackhat and Whitehat SEOs from Daniel Somers of SEOmers (seomers.co.uk) at the Suffolk Internet Marketing Specialists event organised by Sam Parnell and Max Shelley (Measure Brilliance) on 15 December 2015.
How to create a secure password and keep it safe? Here are the top 10 tips from our expert Merlin.
In this article, I will show you how to build your first Play Framework web application. We will be building a CRUD app (Create, Read, Update and Delete) together with Play framework (2.x). This guide was first used at the BT Developer Conference (BT DevCon 2015) on 27 November 2015.
When you plug your iPhone or iPad to your Apple Mac. It will automatically open Image Capture and show you all the wondeful pictures you have taken. Sometimes it is convenient, but sometimes it is very annoying. So how can I stop Image Capture from popping up (or autorun)?
What to do when you get "The User Profile Service service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded."?
Here is what I have learnt about employment law for startups in the UK by Alia Ali and her colleagues from A City Law Firm on 10 November 2015 at WeWork Soho organised by Tech City Coffee.
Here is a summary of what I learnt about SEOs, Google Tag Manager(GTM) and Google Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) from Matt Anderson (Montage Communications) and Sean Clark at the Suffolk Internet Marketing Specialists event organised by Sam Parnell and Max Shelley (Measure Brilliance) on 27 October 2015.
Here is a summary of what I learnt about Pinterest and Instagram for Business from Sam Parnell and Max Shelley (Measure Brilliance) at the Suffolk Internet Marketing Specialists event on 29 September 2015.
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