Archive for May 2014
Networking can be confusing. With all the hardware, protocols, cabling, requirements and features, it can be easy to get confused. Geek Easy Computers wants to make your technology easier, so we put together another informative post to hopefully clear up some of the confusion.
Just about everyone is familiar with the two main forms that computers come in these days; laptops and desktops. What we find at Geek Easy Computers is that some people don’t really know the pros and cons of choosing one over the other, or why one might fit their needs over the other, so in this article we are going to explore that and hopefully help you make a more sound decision.
Apple computers (Macbooks, Macbook Pros, iMacs) have always had the reputation of being “virus proof”. And for the most part, that reputation was true. But not for the reasons most people think. It wasn’t that viruses couldn’t be written for the Mac OS (operating system), it’s just that the Windows OS user base was so much larger that the criminals creating computer viruses thought it not worth the effort to target the relatively small Mac percentage. Therefore, for the longest time, Mac users enjoyed a sort of immunity from the attacks and having to safeguard their data from viruses.