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#366450 - 17th Nov 2009 3:03pm How To Achieve The Best Performance Out Of Your Co
PaulWirral
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To achieve the best performance out of your computer I suggest doing these following:

Cleaning up cache, cookies and History: Daily
Disk Cleanup: Daily
Defragmenting: Bi-weekly
Error checking: Bi-weekly
Virus scanning: Weekly
Spyware removal: Weekly
Adware removal: Weekly
Trojan removal: Weekly

Since computers do not come with the spyware, adware and Trojan removal tool here are
addresses to download the programs I am typing the guides to.

Spybot Search and Destroy v1.3 :
http://www.download.com/Spybot-Search-Destroy/3000-8022_4-10289035.html?tag=lst-0-1
Ad-Aware SE Personal Edition 1.05 :
http://www.download.com/Ad-Aware-SE-Personal-Edition/3000-8022_4-10319876.html?tag=lst-0-1
The Cleaner Professional 4.1 :
http://www.download.com/The-Cleaner-Professional/3000-2239_4-10279992.html?tag=lst-0-1
Microsoft Anti-Spyware :
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/winfamily/defender/default.mspx

This can be setup to auto-update and auto scan every night, when coupled with a good antivirus software you should then have NO problems, make sure your antivirus software is also set to auto update frequently and auto scan at least once a week.

If you do these tasks as recommended they will not take as long, if you don't
they will take longer when they are actually ran. It is also recommended when
you run these applications you do not do other tasks.

How to clean up cache, cookies and History:
1. Right click on the internet explorer icon on the desktop, then click properties.
2. Click delete cookies, a window will pop up then click ok.
3. Click delete files, a window will pop up then check the Delete all offline content box. Then click okay.
4. Click clear History, a window will pop up then click yes.

How to do disk cleanup:
1. Double click the my computer icon on the desktop. The my computer window will open. Right click on Local Disk (C):. Click properties. Under the general tab it will show a button that says disk cleanup click it.
2. It will automatically start scanning. (It may take a while.)
3. When finished a window will pop up. Check everybox then click ok. It will ask do you wish to perform these actions click yes. (This may also take a while.)

How to defragment:
1. Double click the my computer icon on the desktop. The my computer window will open. Right click on Local Disk (C: ). Click properties.
2. Select the tools tab. Then click the Defragment now button.
3. A window will open name disk defragmenter. Then select the hard drive (c: ) and click defragment. This process may take a while depending on how often the disk volume is defragmented.

How to error-check:
1. Double click the my computer icon on the desktop. The my computer window will open. Right click on Local Disk (C: ). Click properties.
2. Select the tools tab. Under the error-checking section click check now.
3. A window will pop up with options check the two boxes then click start.
4. It will say that it will run at the next restart. So restart the computer. This process will take a while (20 minutes). It will reboot itself when it is finished.

How to scan for viruses:
(This isn't very detailed because there are many different programs for this, and I didn't feel like installing each to type separate guides.)
1. Double click the virus scanners icon on the desktop.
2. Before doing any scanning I suggest you search for updates on virus definitions then restarting your computer if you update them.
3. When your virus scanner loads click Scan for Viruses. Then scan your entire computer for viruses. It'll start scanning a few seconds later. This process will also take about 20-30 minutes.
4. If your scan finds anything you should try to quarantine it or delete it all together.

How to use Spybot to remove spyware:
(Warning: Some programs send information about your computer across the web, which necessarily isn't spyware. If you have programs that you commonly use show up in the list. Do not delete them.)

1. Open Spybot up by double clicking its icon.
2. When it opens there is an option to search for updates button. Click it, then it will goto the next screen when it is done searching for updates. Any available updates should be downloaded and installed before you scan. To download them check the box next to the updates and click the download updates button at the top.
3. On the lefthand side of the program there is a button that says Search & Destroy. Click it and it will open up to be able to scan. Now there is a Check for problems button, Click it and your scan will begin. This process varies in time depending on your system specs.
4. If anything shows up after the scan check the box. And click fix selected problem. This doesn't completely get rid of the problem, it moves it to a recovery area, in case you accidentally deleted something you didn't intend to.
5. To completely get rid of the spyware ,click the Recovery button on the lefthand side, select the items you wish to delete forever, then click purge selected items.

How to use Ad-aware to remove adware:
1. Open up Ad-aware by double clicking its icon.
2. When Ad-aware open there is an option to check for updates now. Click it, then a window will pop-up, when this happens click connect. And it will search for needed updates. If it prompts you to download them, do so. When the updates are done click finish.
3. Now you are ready to scan for adware. On the main screen click start. Then it will goto a screen to select which mode to use. I suggest doing a doing a smart system scan, so select it and click next. The scanning will take a lil bit of time, normally under 10 minutes.
4. After the scan is finished it will tell you how many critical object there are. Click okay, then select the ones you wish to delete, and click next. It then tells you how many objects will be removed and asks you to continue. Click okay. This also does not fully delete the object, in case you selected something you did not want to delete.
5. To completely get rid of the adware, on the main screen open the quarantine list. Select the file, and click delete. It doesn't harm you to keep the file in quarantine though.

How to use TheCleaner to remove Trojans:
1. Open up Thecleaner by double-clicking its icon. Since it is an evaluated 30 day trial. Click evaluate.
2. This program you have to set it to update at startup to get the necessary updates. So at the top click options, a window will pop-up, then click the update tab. Select Check for updates at startup, then click the connection settings which apply to you. And click okay.
3. After you are updated now you can scan for Trojans. So on the main screen click scan system.
4. If anything shows up in the list, right click it and click quarantine. This moves it to the quarantine manager, which you can permanently delete it through there.

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#366451 - 17th Nov 2009 3:04pm Re: How To Achieve The Best Performance Out Of Your Co [Re: ]
PaulWirral
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Also..

1. Try and not use Internet Explorer. That big blue E is not safe as the majority of the worlds hackers will always target IE. Try :-

Firefox browser: http://www.getfirefox.net/

Make it the default browser.

2. Make sure javascript is turned OFF. Only turn it back on for sites you REALLY trust.

Add on for Firefox that allows you to whitelist sites you trust: http://noscript.net/

It's easy to instal and the smartest thing you could do.

Javascript is basically a super powerful script language for web sites that can be used for bad very easily to make your computer do crazy shit from the browser.

3. AVG and Avast are good free virus things, but they are annoying and always trying to up sell you... always with the notifications of what it's doing to seem like you need it.

Microsoft just released its "Security Essentials". It's lightweight and weirdly for Microsoft... powerful and not annoying.

http://www.microsoft.com/Security_Essentials/

4. Don't open attachments in Emails unless you know exactly what it is and who it came from. Really. And DO NOT use Microsoft's email client.

4a. DO NOT CLICK links in emails. If you get mail from Paypal, Ebay, Banks etc go to your browser and use a bookmark or type the URL in. That way you can not inadvertently be redirected by a spoof email.

Gmail has the best spam filters out there, worth switching from hotmail or whatever to use. Easy to set up, you can forward your other account to it and send email using your old email address if you really want. I would recommend using the old account purely for giving to sites if you think they are going to junk mail you.

5. He is NOT really a Nigerian prince. Do no send any bank account details.

5a. If you get an e-mail that looks too good to be true...then it probably is!

6. Keep your system updated. Double check they are set to download automatically.

Can't stress that enough for either Windows operating system or whatever browser you choose.

Linux and Mac heads get complacent, but the browser is where the attacks are now and it doesn't matter what system you are on - if you have Javascript switched on and aren't up to date with Flash plugins, you are exploitable.

7. Use passwords that are not dictionary words. Work out a system for passwords - you need more than one. Mix words, numbers and symbols.

8. The best protection is the user. Be wary in what you click. Safe surfing practices are the best protection.

9. If you use Facebook, be VERY F*CKING CAREFUL about applications. Personally, i don't use any or allow any to access my account. They are a breeding ground for virus's and privacy invasion... and then phishing and so on:

http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/what_facebook_quizzes_know_about_you.php

10. Never keep any usernames or passwords on a piece pf paper near you computer. Common sense will tell you why!

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#366462 - 17th Nov 2009 3:32pm Re: How To Achieve The Best Performance Out Of Your Co [Re: ]
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Wise words and instructions to be heeded! Many thanks for that.

I use Kaspersky security. It seems to be effective and not intrusive but I think it slows things down. Is it a good choice, please?

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#366463 - 17th Nov 2009 3:44pm Re: How To Achieve The Best Performance Out Of Your Co [Re: bri445]
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Many thanks PaulWirral - just the sort of info I needed

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#366480 - 17th Nov 2009 4:17pm Re: How To Achieve The Best Performance Out Of Your Co [Re: bri445]
PaulWirral
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Originally Posted By: bri445
Wise words and instructions to be heeded! Many thanks for that.

I use Kaspersky security. It seems to be effective and not intrusive but I think it slows things down. Is it a good choice, please?


It seems to be one of the best around at the moment. Norton seems to take over the machine too much and certainly slows it down a lot more then others.

I rather an anti-virus prog slowed me down then miss anything that could harm my machine.

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#366492 - 17th Nov 2009 4:37pm Re: How To Achieve The Best Performance Out Of Your Co [Re: ]
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Registered: 7th Dec 2008
Posts: 5336
Loc: Birkenhead
Great advice Paul, can't wait for my lad, my son in law and my daughters to come round and show them that. I keep telling them but it is like talking to the wall but I have to go round now and again to speed things up for them and it takes me bloody hours. They might take someone else's advice if not mine.
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#366495 - 17th Nov 2009 4:41pm Re: How To Achieve The Best Performance Out Of Your Co [Re: ]
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Registered: 27th Apr 2009
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Thanks. That's what I'd heard so I'll stick with it.
Bri

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#366628 - 17th Nov 2009 8:58pm Re: How To Achieve The Best Performance Out Of Your Co [Re: bri445]
Tilly Offline

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Registered: 22nd Oct 2009
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thanks for this Paul. i'm shit when it comes to computers.
i have tho always used mozilla firefox but thanks for the other links

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#366629 - 17th Nov 2009 9:00pm Re: How To Achieve The Best Performance Out Of Your Co [Re: bri445]
scoops Offline
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Registered: 27th Oct 2008
Posts: 531
Loc: Lurking
A useful tip to stop you getting bogged down in multiple passwords is this.
Pick a password that is tricky to guess but easy for you to remember. Replace some of the letters with numbers and throw a capital letter or two in the middle. Now so that you have multiple passwords stick the standard password into the middle of the site name.
You should end up with something that looks a bit like this....
Wikki0p3N535aM3wirral
And the only bit that you should have to remember is 0peN535aM3.

And no that's not my password tease


Just in case you're still wondering what it says, it's opensesame laugh
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#366635 - 17th Nov 2009 9:17pm Re: How To Achieve The Best Performance Out Of Your Co [Re: bri445]
MattLFC Offline
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Registered: 14th Aug 2004
Posts: 22315
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Do not use internet explorer?

What a load of shit. Next you will be telling us not to use Windows!! And yes, Linux has viruses galore, I know, I work with it every day, as does OSX now.

I have used IE as my primary browser, since time began, and guess what, never had an issue with it. Only time in the last few years I have had a virus or malware, was as a result of me purposely downloading it.

Fookin hate Firefox fanbois, they moan about IE and it's failings, and them SPAM every fookin forum telling people to use it.

Fyi, Opera is the best browser on the Windows platform, bar none, not even Safari for Windows can compare, so why limit the choice to Firefox?

Why would anyone want to delete their cookies, unless they were desperately worried about security, cookies are extremely useful to have and to keep, telling people to delete them is nothing short of stupidity.

NTFS does not suffer fragmentation issues as FAT16/32 used to, so defragmentation should only be carried out one every 12 - 24 months at most - the performance gain of >1% does not warrant your PC being wanked for several hours at a time.

Never heard of "The Cleaner" on any techy forums, and if it is scanning for trojans's, it is not needed so long as you have a GOOD antivirus (ie. Kaspersky or NOD, nothing else comes close).

Why turn JS off? Plenty of sites still use JS even though its dying out and there is nothing wrong with using it; there are many exploits, but there you really should not have a net connection if you are worried about exploits online.

Gmail Vs Hotmail... errr, Gmail spam filters are OK, and so are hotmail. Neither are particuarly impressive, and both ban subnets rather than domains and isolated IP's or hostnames. Not the most advanced way of doing things, there is much better out there. Please stop trying to slate Microsoft and their services at every opportunity. I find this amusing, people expect others to change their email account etc every time something "rumored" to be better comes along, most people don't want to.

If you want to avoid spam, a few things... DONT GIVE YOUR PRIMARY EMAIL ADDRESS OUT TO ANYONE OTHER THAN COMPANIES AND PEOPLE YOU TRUST. DON'T POST IT ANYWHERE ONLINE.

Also, get a second email account and use it as a spam email account, anything you suspect may lead to spam, refer it to that email address instead. Within Hotmail/Windows Live Mail, you can link multiple accounts, so you could have 2 or 3 accounts if you wanted and use one for your important stuff, and the other two for less important stuff/companies you are not sure of. Always look for tickboxes that remove you from 3rd party mailing lists etc, also read them carefully as some of them will be for you to opt-in rather than out.

And whatever you do, don't ever click a link to unsubscribe or reply to any email that you do not know the sender is safe, and don't bother with autoresponders, turn them off.

Using a spam-filter, regardless of how good it is, is a fix not a cure; get to the root of the problem by avoiding and preventing spam altogether.

As much as I defend MS, don't ever use any of their add-on security tools - Microsoft are not a security company.

I have not used Avast, so won't comment on that, have heard it is okay for a freebie though, but AVG.. don't be funny, it is utter wank, even the likes of Norton are ahead of it nowadays. It was the defacto freebie to use, but that was about 5 years ago, nowadays its about as much use as a chocolate firguard against all but the most basic and known of viruses.

The key to online security (and keeping your PC clean, therefore leading to optimum performance) is vigilance, and remembering that your computer is a tool, just like a chainsaw, use it in a safe, controlled and correct manner, and it will serve you well, if you are reckless with it and expect it to look after you, then prepare to lose fingers.

Half of what you have posted is good, half is bullshit to be honest, go back to the drawing board and re-evaluate it, and then post a refined and corrected (and preferably not an anti-IE brigrade) version.

wink

People, PLEASE DO NOT take the above information as gospel... it is far from it. No amount of defragging will improve overall performance, as someone who understands how filesystems work and the difference between muyltiple systems, NTFS is extremely resiliant to fragmentation, and it does not offer anything for security. Defragging every two weeks, to be quite frank, is the funniest thing I have heard all year. Even someone like myself, who uses their system constantly, and it is constantly full, would gain little from doing so.

I wonder why I have clients with Windows 2003 servers that see more I/O load in a day than your PC would see in a year, whose systems get defragged maybe once or twice a year?? I am also still wondering why my laptop runs as new, why it never has any non-self inflicted issues or viruses on it, and why it has not screwed up, because I am running IE 95% of the time, with Opera, Safari and Firefox 5% of the time. Btw, Firefox is actually quite a resource hog once you have a few tabs open, its get "very" heavy with regards its memory footprint, and it was, until the most recent update, for many months, starting funny on the odd-occasion and running slow, requiring a closedown and restart of it before it would work correctly. Never had this problem in Opera or IE.

IE's biggest advanatage, is it displays 99.9% of websites as the coder intended. Firefox's biggest problem, is it more W3C (though not totally - look to Opera for that) compliant and will not always display websites correctly if the coder has been a bit messy or lazy. Upto you, but personally id rather see the websites as they are supposed to be seen rather than how a bunch of self-righteous morons at the web consortium say I am allowed to view it. The internet is about freedom and expression, not about restrictions and regulations. If the web consortium had their own way, the internet would simply be a boring, black and white walled garden.

Also, I won't run IE8 for the reason, it is heavier than IE7, it basically bloatware and itself is moving towards W3C compliance, which is wrecking the viewing of websites - it does have the compatibility mode for websites not displaying correctly, but that does not always work perfectly. It is also known to have a few bugs.

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#366637 - 17th Nov 2009 9:40pm Re: How To Achieve The Best Performance Out Of Your Co [Re: scoops]
Tilly Offline

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Originally Posted By: scoops
A useful tip to stop you getting bogged down in multiple passwords is this.
Pick a password that is tricky to guess but easy for you to remember. Replace some of the letters with numbers and throw a capital letter or two in the middle. Now so that you have multiple passwords stick the standard password into the middle of the site name.
You should end up with something that looks a bit like this....
Wikki0p3N535aM3wirral
And the only bit that you should have to remember is 0peN535aM3.

And no that's not my password tease


Just in case you're still wondering what it says, it's opensesame laugh


thanks for that too scoops thumbsup

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#366639 - 17th Nov 2009 9:45pm Re: How To Achieve The Best Performance Out Of Your Co [Re: Tilly]
MattLFC Offline
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A good tip for passwords would also be use some non alpha numeric digits as well, such as + and = etc...

So have like...

by8=PPls##55rOm\\V

My server passwords are like this, but approx 40 - 80 characters long... even though I have a photographic memory it is impossible to remember them, so I have another secure way to keep them (not going to divulge this for obvious reasons - almost as important as my life!!), however my general passwords tend to be about 10 - 20 characters long.

Dependent on how much you use each password, you eventually get to know it. You should really change your passwords every month or two, incase of keyloggers etc, however I know we are all lazy and don't except on the most vital of things. Therefore, it is doubly important to have as secure a password as possible.

I don't use the "in between words" technique, however it is a great idea, because the more characters in a password, generally the better.

smile

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#366652 - 17th Nov 2009 10:36pm Re: How To Achieve The Best Performance Out Of Your Co [Re: MattLFC]
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Really is quite scary this thread re passwords+ facebook- i hate them stupid facebook apps 'social interview', 'xxx has opened a cafe-taste her chips' etc fook off- i have enuff difficulty remaining in reality as it is. Lol
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#366658 - 17th Nov 2009 10:46pm Re: How To Achieve The Best Performance Out Of Your Co [Re: RUDEBOX]
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The problem with non alpha numeric characters is that some login scripts won't accept them.
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#366661 - 17th Nov 2009 10:49pm Re: How To Achieve The Best Performance Out Of Your Co [Re: scoops]
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Blah blah blah blah blah. FOOOOK OFF!! I Dont Care!!
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