From The Atlantic
On January 3, the world learned about a series of major security vulnerabilities in modern microprocessors. Called Spectre and Meltdown, these vulnerabilities were discovered by several different researchers last summer, disclosed to the microprocessors’ manufacturers, and patched—at least to the extent possible.
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Your computer and your car have a lot in common. Whether large or small, used for long periods of time or not, both can enhance your life, and both should continue to serve you season after season. The key to making this happen, however, is proper care and maintenance.
If you had the chance to read the manual of your car, you will notice that the item that triggers the time for service is the number of kilometres you have driven.
It is not possible to know how many kilometres a computer has run, but we can (and we should) schedule daily, weekly and monthly maintenance tasks to keep the files safe, the computer secure and having the same performance of when it was purchased. Continue reading “What Should You Do To Maintain Your Computer Running Well”