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Thursday, November 27, 2014

canon best point and shoot camera sx510 hs digital camera reviews



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Canon PowerShot SX510 HS 12.1 MP CMOS Digital Camera with 30x Optical Zoom and 1080p Full-HD Video + Full Size Tripod +Extra Battery + 32GB Class 10 Card Complete


    Capture beautiful 1080p full HD video in stereo sound with a dedicated movie button, zoom while shooting and play back videos on an HDTV via the HDMI output
    Large 3-inch color LCD with a screen resolution of 461,000 dots enables easy viewing from a wide angle
    12.1 megapixel high-sensitivity 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor combined with the Canon DIGIC 4 image processor Powerful 30x optical zoom and 24mm wide-angle lens with Optical Image Stabilizer
    This Kit Includes 6 FT HDMI to mini HDMI Type C Cable, HDMI - Camera & Lens 3 Piece Cleaning Kit - Tri-fold Memory Card Wallet - NB6L 1450mAh Lithium Ion Replacement Battery for Canon NB-6L - Full Size Lightweight Tripod
    Hi-Speed SD USB Card Reader - LCD Screen Protectors (Clear) - Table Top Tripod - Transcend 32 GB SDHC Class 10 Flash Memory Card - Digital Camera/Video Case (Black)

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Thursday, November 13, 2014

how to use computers for dummies


Computers store critical data that could devastate a business should it be lost. Below is a list of the things I see out there all the time that could spell disaster for any small or medium sized business. If any of it sounds familiar, it might be worth looking at your overall Information Technology strategy.

Not watching the fort (or not having it watched)

It happens - more often than you might think. Someone dutifully replaces the backup tape everyday only to find out (sometimes too late) that the backup never ran or that it failed. In the same vein, knowing about other problems that may be going on behind the scenes can help prevent data loss and downtime.

It is vital to keep an eye on logs or automate the system so that failures generate a service call for your service provider. The more you know about what's going on with your systems, the better chance you have of avoiding costly problems.

Failing to test restore

Without a doubt, a properly working backup can save your bacon in the event of hardware failure (hard drives always fail, it's only a question of when), virus infection, fire, and so on.

With that said, your backup logs may indicate that everything is hunky dory until you actually try to restore data. Only then do you find out that the data is unreadable or otherwise useless to you.

Not having a computer tech you can trust

There is a big difference in what computer techs can do for you. The typical CompTIA A+ Certified service technician can easily fix your home computer and will be an invaluable asset to you for other home computing needs.

In your business however, you want to have someone who understands networks, domains, business applications, web technologies, and all the pieces that fit together to make a business hum in the technological sense. They should also understand your business. This point shouldn't be taken lightly and shouldn't be based on hourly rates. A solid, and certified, business technician will save you money and downtime - without exception.

Not trusting your computer tech

Once you have the right computer tech, trust his or her advice. Your tech will have the experience and the know how to competently recommend the right strategy to solve a given problem. It may be more expensive than another solution or it may be less expensive. Either way, trust your tech to help you make the right decision.

Buying the wrong equipment

Trust me on this - there is rarely a place in a business for Windows Vista or XP Home versions. If there is only one computer and there will never be more, maybe. Otherwise there is no place and you'll regret the purchase eventually.

The same goes for many other hardware and software products that might be just fine in the home but don't belong in an office. Often it makes business sense and money sense to think about what you actually need before walking into the local business supply store and buying an off the shelf computer or network equipment. Trust your tech to help with this.

Using obsolete equipment

Computers and everything else on the network have finite lifetimes. While it makes sense to squeeze every day of lifetime out of a piece of equipment, there comes a time when it slows to a crawl and wastes precious time or support is no longer available for it and it becomes a security risk or downtime waiting to happen.

Ignoring free and low cost alternatives

So often a business will see a need for custom software and rush off and hire a firm to build that software from the ground up. The price tag for such ventures is often tens of thousands of dollars, if not more. As you might hear Kevin O'Leary say on CBC's Dragon's Den, "STOP THE MADNESS!"

So often there are open source or off the shelf software that will do much of what a small business needs and if it's open source, it can be modified to do the rest. Unlike the real world, in the computer world there is indeed such thing as a free lunch, and often it will be the best lunch on the menu!
Glen Bowes is a Microsoft Small Business Specialist, MCSE, and an A+ and Network+ Certified service technician. Glen is the owner of Bowes IT Solutions and he can be reached at (905) 378-1215 at http://www.bowesit.com

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Glen_Bowes

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Free Powerful Tool For Data Recovery

There are so many ways to restore lost files, either because erased (though it has been deleted from the recycle bin), because the flash (other storage media) formatted, or for other reasons. Of the various ways that one of them is to use the help of the application.

Around the world there are many applications of open source-based start up a paid application. Keep in mind, each application uses different algorithms, so the result would be different. There is an application that is able to recover up to more than 90%, some are only in the range of 20 to 50%.


But do not worry, you can use special tools to restore the files. Here are four tools that you can use to restore deleted files. These tools can be downloaded for FREE on the internet.

1. Undelete Plus
Among the free applications that word on the street to restore deleted files, Undelete Plus one that can be used. User interface (interface) as very simple. You can restore deleted files with ease in accordance with the type of file, such as Application, GIF graphics, HTML Documents, PDF.

These tools operate on the operating system Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows Vista. You can download Undelete Plus HERE: http://www.undelete-plus.com/

2. Restoration
Restoration is one application to restore deleted files. This tool is also very easy to use and does not need to be installed on the computer. Simply download such tools HERE: http://www.snapfiles.com/get/restoration.html, then run the executable file to restore deleted files.

3. PC Inspector File Recovery
Although the user interface PC Inspector File Recovery is not so user friendly, the application is considered to be very powerful to detect and restore deleted files. After the scanning process, will be presented deleted files in a folder tree structure (tree structure) to facilitate the search. That way, you can easily search for and select the files / folders are deleted, then click "save" to restore the file. These tools can be downloaded HERE: http://www.pcinspector.de/Sites/file_recovery/info.htm?language=1

4. Recuva
Recuva is often referred to as the "Recover". The user interface is very simple. In basic mode, this tool will display a list of files that were deleted can be restored. If you switch to advanced mode, the scanning process will be repeated and the option to display information contains a list of files that were deleted. These tools can be downloaded HERE: http://www.recuva.com/
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