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Your system is running slow again. Starting up your computer is excruciatingly painful. In fact, it’s gotten to the point that you don’t shut it down for days just to avoid waiting for it to start up. You haven’t cleaned up your registry in a while. You haven’t even cleared out your browsing history since you bought the machine.. You know you need to fix it, but there’s so many problems you don’t even know where to start. Well Wise Care 365 might be for you, because it’ll do everything in one place.

This all-in-one system cleaner can help speed up your computer and clean up your files, leaving you with a fresher and cleaner experience. Read more for the full review and usage walk through.

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Disc images such as ISO files are a great way to work with copies of CDs and DVDs, and it is quite common to find that software is provided in this format.

Ordinarily, to make use of disc image files they would need to be burned to disc, but by using Prismo File Mount you can mount the file so that it can be accessed as a virtual drive. Let’s

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Passwords remain a necessary evil. Necessary because almost every web site you want to use wants you to create an account and log in. Evil because anyone that gets your password can login to the site as you.

The problem is that a password must be easy for you to remember, but hard for someone else to guess or crack. Is Roboform the answer?

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Securing our sensitive information on our computers should be a goal all of us should pursue. In this age of fraud and hacking, we can enjoy the piece of mind a secure application can give us when talking about our secure information. 1Password is an elegant solution to the problem of securing your information to keep it safe.

1Password has the ability not only to store passwords, but also social security number, credit card numbers, loyalty card info and more! Also, 1Password is elegant and cross platform ensuring you can access your data anywhere. So come on and read on as we review 1Password!

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It happens to the best of us: we forget the password to our Windows computer and end up re-installing the OS, probably losing all your installed software and its settings or even important data.

There are a couple of ways to break into a password protected Windows installation, but most of them involve a difficult, arduous process. Other solutions are paid and usually ineffective. The method I’ll be mentioning here is pretty simple to pull off and uses a live [free] CD specially built for fixing computer problems and errors.

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The benefits of going online and moving to the cloud are dogged down by the fear of compromising one’s personal and professional information. Identity thieves are having a ball of a time these days, as they don’t have to put in much effort to gather identity data. With birthdays, anniversary dates and lame passwords like “pass123”, it’s like snatching candy from a kid for them.

It isn’t like there are any real solutions to keep your passwords and other sensitive data secure. A bunch of paid and free apps are available for every operating system (many of them cross platform, so you won’t miss anything). KeePass is a pioneer in the domain of securing passwords and after the break, let’s see how to tap it to our benefit.

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