Tutorials Week in Review

What do you do with your computer? The reasons we use a computer vary as much as we do as people, and every day it seems that some new reason to fire up the hard drive and get online appears.

Whatever your reasons for needing the technology you need, Associated Content Guides have something to help you use it better. Here are my picks for this week’s tutorials that you simply can’t miss.

Using BitTorrent and Torrents

How new is Jason Joyce? So new that this is his first article to be published – and it definitely caught my eye. As he states in the beginning of his article, you have probably run across reference to torrents or BitTorrent if you’ve spent any length of time on the Internet. In their basic form, torrents are one of the most popular ways of distributing software and media. In his guide, Jason shows what a torrent is, why BitTorrent is popular, and how to use it all.

Keep Your Computer Healthy and Fast – Without Spending a Dime!

Polina Skibinskaya has only been published on AssociatedContent since March, but the articles she contributes all have one thing in common: they help. In this featured article, Polina shares 7 pages of information that safely cover your computer, teaching you everything you’d never imagined about spyware, viruses, and more. And she doesn’t leave you hanging with the information – she tells you how to get rid of the nasties, and keep your computer in tip-top web browsing shape.

Encrypting File System (EFS) in Windows Server 2003 Environment

Another very new author to AC, Michael Matthews has amassed an impressive collection of articles in less than a month. In this article, Michael covers the the ways that you can prevent hackers accessing your precious data on Windows servers. The information is clear, to-the-point, and definitely worth the look if you have your own server.

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