The two most common questions about technology and their proper interpretation

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Every day we have to face certain problems related to technology, but many of us do not know the solution. Why do I have to setup the computer? Is there a virus on my computer? Why is my PC slow? If you are a tech lover then you either have to listen to this question from a friend or you have to ask this question to a tech loving friend. So let’s find out the answers to some common questions. Here all the questions are answered very briefly.

  1. How can I hold the battery of my laptop / smartphone for a long time?
    You may have heard from many people that before charging the battery of a mobile or laptop, you have to fully charge the battery or keep 40-60% charge to make the battery last longer! These rules are now obsolete and they used to apply to earlier batteries.

Fortunately, all batteries are now made of lithium ion, which is easy to care for. The video below will be very useful to take care of this type of battery, take a quick look.

Usually you should try to keep these batteries as cool as possible, do not plug them in even after 100% charge and unplug them only after 80-90% charge without full charge.

  1. How do viruses, trojans, malware actually work?
    Everyone knows viruses, Trojans are bad for computers, smartphones, but most people don’t know how they work.

On the one hand, a virus is a program that copies itself, infects the computer and transfers it from one to another, just like the real viruses in the body!

Trojans, on the other hand, are some applications that may seem normal, but the code in them does something else – such as controlling your computer. I will discuss this topic in detail in another tune. But keep in mind that your PC has a good antivirus. You can use the following three software to get rid of all kinds of viruses, malware and trojans for Windows, this is my suggestion!

Windows Defender Antivirus
ESET NOD32 Antivirus
Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus
Note that Windows 10’s default “Windows Defender Antivirus” cannot provide 100% protection.

  1. How secure is it to use a public WiFi network?
    The answer is not safe at all! Many of us have a hard time finding a free WiFi network but there are many problems with sharing on this type of network – especially this network is very insecure.

Even if there is a password on the WiFi network, anyone else will know what you are doing and in many cases they will even steal your personal information. However, there are many ways to protect yourself. For that, turn off the sharing option, try to use HTTPS network as much as possible and try to use internet with VPN.

  1. Do I really need to worry about my privacy online?

You never know where your data will one day go and who will see it. Don’t underestimate the value of small things, thinking that no one cares. If you kill privacy, that privacy will kill you. This privacy is much bigger and more complex than personalizing your personal information on Facebook. There is no need to worry about privacy when you keep something private, but when you want to share something, you have to keep in mind who will share it and how much.

This is where privacy is needed later. You may think that sharing a picture and making it public will not do anything but anyone gets a chance to do anything with that picture that you may not have imagined yourself. So the most attention needs to be paid to privacy. You have to calculate and share every thought, every thought, because no one else can think the way you think!

Many may disagree here. If you have any other comments or suggestions, please let us know.

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