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PC to TV: Apple Hopes to Bridge the Gap
by: Joseph B. LaRocco



During the past few years you have probably heard terms like “Movies on Demand” or “Video on Demand”. The number of movie titles are still very limited and all the hype surrounding “Video on Demand” has turned out to be a real disappointment. Cable companies just don’t have much to offer when it comes to offering a wide selection of “Video on Demand”. Apple is about to enter this market full steam in a unique way. Microsoft still has a learning curve when it comes to audio and video delivery and is just entering the market where Apple was 5 years ago. It has recently introduced Zune, an iPod competitor.

The Online Video Content Market

The internet, on the other hand, has made great strides in the “Video on Demand” market in just the past 3 years. The number of websites showing video clips that include news, corporado. In a study conducted by America Online and the National Cyber Security Alliance in 2004, it was estimated that 80% of computer users across the world have some form of spyware installed on their computer, and 90% of these users are not aware of it.

Some common signs that your computer maybe dirty with spyware are ‘pop up’ advertisements that occur frequently and sometimes even when you are not on the web. These ads can be extremely irritating to be sure, but spyware can have even more disturbing effects to your computer. For instance, it can considerably slow your computer down, add hard to remove toolbars to your browser, change your home page without your knowledge, and cause put away or break down, resulting in lost data.

The good news is there are a number of spyware removal programs available that will scan your computer to detect spyware elements. If it is determined that your computer is infected with spyware, some of these programs are able to remove the infection.

Many spyware removal programs are available free of charge, though they must be updated regularly. Some programs will allow you to scan your computer for free, but will then ask for payment in order to clean the identified spyware. Personally, I’m a little disbelieving of these programs, and stick to the ones that are entirely free of cost. Some good examples include SpyBot, and AdAware.

These spyware removal programs are usually able to get most spyware off your computer. To increase your chances, it is best to run two or even three different programs. You may encounter occasional spyware programs that are especially hateful and will require more complicated measures to remove. Instructions on how to remove these more deceitful spyware programs are often available in technical meeting across the internet, and most stores that offer computer repair are also able to clean spyware as well as viruses.


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Paul I. Etkin provides readers with up-to-date commentaries, articles on http://www.a1computermagazine.com, http://www.computingguidezone.com, as well as business related information.


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by: Jason Frovich



We’ve all been there, you’re browsing through a great little site minding your own business, when all of a sudden a pop up shoots up. You click the close button and it goes away, only to come back again a few seconds later. This goes on for as long as you are on the site and it really starts to drive you insane.

Whilst they are annoying enough, there are also more sinister pop ups. Ones that, when they pop up, as soon as you try and close them, they bring up about fifty more. These particular pop ups are the worst and they drive many Internet users insane to the point that they turn their computer off completely, just to get away from them.

Now, most pop ups are safe and the


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