How to Choose a Computer Mouse

In this week’s member-exclusive How-To Tuesday on Simple Tech Tips, we’re talking about how to choose a computer mouse. Choosing the right mouse is as important as choosing the right computer. It needs to be comfortable and easy to use, with the performance and features you need for your daily tasks. In this guide you’ll … Continue reading How to Choose a Computer Mouse

How to Recognize Counterfeit Electronics

In this week’s member-exclusive How-To Tuesday on Simple Tech Tips, we’re talking about how to recognize counterfeit electronics. The recent chip shortage has exacerbated the problem of counterfeits, but there are steps consumers can take to avoid them. Learn how to recognize the warning signs of counterfeit goods and find genuine deals on computers and … Continue reading How to Recognize Counterfeit Electronics

How to Find Local Electronics Recyclers

Computer recycling

In this week’s member-exclusive How-To Tuesday on Simple Tech Tips, we’re talking about how to find local electronics recyclers. Electronic waste is an increasing problem. If you can’t re-use or donate your old electronics, it’s best to recycle them. But it’s not always easy to find somewhere local to recycle your electronics. These tips will … Continue reading How to Find Local Electronics Recyclers

What to Do If You’re Stuck With the Infamous Mac Butterfly Keyboard

If your MacBook’s keys don’t work the way they should, you might have the infamous butterfly keyboard. Here’s how to find out if you’ve gotten stuck with Apple’s lemon of a keyboard design, and where to find repair options. What Is the Mac Butterfly Keyboard?What on earth is a Mac butterfly keyboard? Sadly, it’s not … Continue reading What to Do If You’re Stuck With the Infamous Mac Butterfly Keyboard

Typosquatting: How Mistyped Web Sites Lead To Malware and Scams

Ever type the wrong Web address by mistake? Did you know that cybercriminals snatch up typoed domains in order to create tempting lookalikes? Typosquatting is the practice of registering a domain that is a typo of a common site, like goole instead of google or microsft instead of microsoft. Most people don't notice typos, especially … Continue reading Typosquatting: How Mistyped Web Sites Lead To Malware and Scams