Our electronic data are something we usually take for granted until we accidentally delete it, physically lose it, or it deteriorates (datum = singular, data = plural). This post will go through best practices, and list tools/procedures on how to recover lost electronic data. The programs mentioned in this guide are mainly for Windows systems, […]
I am happily typing out this blog post while connected to my new Internet service provider (ISP), Start Communications, transferring from Rogers. This post will detail my rationale behind my choice, featuring quite a bit of number crunching.
Google Forms is an incredibly fast and simple way to gather feedback from people on various topics. By default, it is not able to email you/the respondent with submitted form details. In this guide, I walk you through on how to set up email notifications.
I’ve decided to compile a list of different best practices when it comes to using and maintaining a clean and malware-free Windows-based computer, along with a list of software I recommend and personally use. The goal of this post is to act as a reference guide for beginner/novice computer users to be self-sufficient and potentially […]
Sure it may be an ego booster that you have over 4,000 tweets, but do you REALLY need to have your tweet from when you passed your driving test back in 2007 up for the world to see? This guide goes through how you can quickly and easily delete past tweets and Facebook posts.