The battle over Firefox or Internet Explorer being the most useful or safest browser goes on ad infinitum. It probably will as long as computers and browsers exist. Since both are equal in bookmarking and toolbar capabilities, security is where the true distinguishing quality exists between the two.
With all the breathtaking security risks to our computers out there, it’s equally breathtaking that many people don’t bother to scan their computer to see if they’re vulnerable to a hacker or other threats.
While a rare event in one’s lifetime using the internet, everybody is going to experience at least one time when a Windows Update fails to load on their computer. This isn’t necessarily your own fault or Microsoft’s and more a problem of security software you may be running if not viruses.
Buying a tuner for your HDTV or having a tuner for your computer doesn’t necessarily mean everything is going to be perfect all the time when watching over-the-air hi-def channels. Yes, it’s the HDTV tuner’s fault in this case.
It appears most internet users finally figured out that you shouldn’t click on an email with the innocuous “Reply to This!” or “Hi Dear” in the subject line. Not that the world populace becoming smarter deters anybody who wants to phish for personal information on your computer.