Beware of Fake Computer Scans from Office Depot and OfficeMax!

“Office Depot computer scans gave fake results”

“Office Depot and OfficeMax ran PC Health Check, a diagnostic scan program that tricked consumers into thinking their computers had symptoms of malware or actual “infections,” even though the scan hadn’t found any such issues. Many consumers who got false scan results bought computer diagnostic and repair services from Office Depot and OfficeMax that cost up to $300.”


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Definition of a Hero!

“A… definition of a hero is someone who is concerned about other people’s well-being, and will go out of his or her way to help them, even if there is no chance of a reward. That person who helps others simply because it should or must be done, and because it is the right thing to do, is indeed without a doubt, a real superhero.”

Stan Lee

How to speed-up your Android device.

Step 1: Enable Developer options on your device. See How to enable Developer options on your Android device below.

Step 2: Open Settings and go to Developer options.

Step 3: In Developer options, scroll down and locate the following:

  • Window animation scale
  • Transition animation scale
  • Animator duration scale

Step 4: Open each and set the Animation scale to 0.5x.

Step 5: Restart your device.

Step 6: Try using a few apps and there should be a noticeable difference on how fast your device handles them.

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Make your iPhone apps launch faster.

Step 1: Go to Settings > General > Accessibility. In the Interaction section and turn on AssistiveTouch.

Step 2: Go to the Home screen and move the AssistiveTouch menu icon to the lower-right corner of your screen.

Step 3: Open Spotlight search by swiping down on the Home screen. Note: This will move the AssistiveTouch menu icon from the bottom edge of the display to the top of the onscreen keyboard.

Step 4: Tap the screen to close Spotlight search. Note: This will move the AssistiveTouch icon back to the bottom edge of the screen. Doing this few times, moving the icon up and down, you will notice the SpringBoard animations are disabled.

Step 5: Try launching any app to see if the animations are gone. If not, repeat Steps 3 and 4 until it works.

Step 6: Turn off AssistiveTouch.

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How to protect your Privacy & Security on the iPhone, iPad or Android devices.

We live in a new world where privacy and security are all but ignored. Social Media and AI have made it easy to deceive the innocent.  Below are a few steps to help prevent this from happening.

Set Content & Privacy Restrictions or Prevent iTunes & App Store purchases on your iPhone or iPad.

Step 1: Press the Home buttonhome to go to the home screen.

Step 2: Press the Settings icon.settings

Step 3: Scroll down and press General, then Restrictions.

Step 4: Enter your Restrictions Passcode. Important: Do not forget your Passcode, as it will be required to enable or disable features.

Step 5: A list of apps will appear at the top of the screen (examples: Safari, Camera, and FaceTime). Unchecking these will turn them off. (This is helpful when you don’t want your children running up a large bill.)

Step 6: Under Restrictions, go to the Location Services or Apps sections to restrict a users access to download apps, music, TV and other iTunes content by rating. Location Services:

  • Allow or Don’t Allow Changes
  • Enable or Disable Location Services


  • Allow Apps by rating:
    • Don’t Allow Apps
    • 4+
    • 9+
    • 12+
    • 17+
    • Allow All Apps

Help protect against the usage of inappropriate apps on your Android devices.

Step 1: Launch Google Playfrom your Android smart phone or tablet.

Step 2: Tap the Menuon the search bar, scroll down and select Settings.

Step 3: Under User Controls tap Parental Controls.

Step 4: Tap Parental controls is off, create and confirm a 4 digit PIN to turn on the Parental Controls option. Important: Do not forget this 4 digit PIN as it will be required to unlock your set restrictions.

Steps 5: Set a restriction for each type of content:

  • Apps & Games
  • Movies
  • TV
  • Books
  • Music

Step 6: Tap to Allow from the following:

  • Everyone (most restrictive)
  • Everyone 10+ (social media apps restricted)
  • Teen
  • Mature 17+
  • Adults 18+
  • Allow all, including unrated (least restrictive)

Step 7: Tap Save to set your restrictions.

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How to Remove a Virus from Your iPad or iPhone.

The most common infections on iPhone or iPad are through the Safari browser. This is where most of us do our shopping and searching on the internet.

Before attempting any of the following steps, there are some questions you should ask first.

What are some of the symptoms you are experiencing on your device?

My Safari is blocked, strange messages appear asking for personal information or pay money to unblock it.

Step 1: Press the Home buttonhome to go to the home screen.

Step 2: Press the Settings icon.settings

Step 3: In Settings, press safari Safari to view it’s settings on the right side of the screen.

Step 4: Scroll down, press Clear History and Website Data.

Step 5: Press Clear. clear

Step 6: Exit Settings. Now try to access Safari and surf the internet.

Virus infected apps will usually be unstable, crash, hang, or have other odd behaviors while running them. If this is happening, don’t panic! However, you should take no chances.

Important: Only follow the steps below if two or more apps are unstable, crashing, hanging, or are having other odd behaviors.

This process will wipe your device clean and start over with factory settings.

Step 1: Important: Use iCloud to back up all device and personal data.

Step 2: Go to Settings > General > Reset

Step 3: Press Erase All Content and Settings to clear all apps and data from the device.

Step 4: Restart your device and set it up again.

Step 5: After setup, Sign into iCloud and restore your backed up data.

Step 6: Download your apps again from the App Store, If needed.

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Free Wi-fi Hotspots

When checking your email or online banking on your computers and smartphones in such places as Airports, Dunkin’ Donuts or Starbucks may leave your personal information vulnerable to theft!

The Wi-fi in your house is on an encrypted network but these free Wi-fi Hotspots outside your home are unencrypted and do not protect your personal data. By using VPN applications and strong passwords with Capital Letters, numbers and special characters will help protect your device from being hacked. Surf the internet with piece of mind by becoming aware of the dangers by following these simple steps.

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