CompuClever monthly tips and tricks newsletter
CompuClever Newsletter - September 2012Welcome to the September edition of the CompuClever newsletter. This month we're taking a close look Java and why it is becoming a major risk for computers, plus to links to tips and tricks to get the most out of your computer. We hope you enjoy it!

Java security "exploit" may not receive a patchWeb browsers have all been hit by a Java software flaw used to spread malware, and security experts have gone as far as warning people to disable Java software on their computer. 
Read more here.

How to fix Java errorsYou’ll sometimes see things like “java error” when you try to run certain programs or applications on your computer. What causes Java errors? Let’s take a look at the top 3 causes of Java errors and how to fix them.
Read more here.

5 simple tasks every computer user should know
As computing power has increased rapidly over the past few years, maintaining a computer has become as complicated as looking after a car. And, because of that, it's easy to miss out on all of the great features and abilities our computers have.
Here are 5 things about using your computer you need to know.
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Computer fixes: tips for avoiding malware on your computerOver the summer you may have heard about a threat to your computer called “DNSChanger”. As a result of this malware, millions of computers around the world could have potentially lost all connection to the Internet in mid-July. This was caused by malware, and it could have been prevented.
Read more here.
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