In Today’s Dirty Issue
International Clean Your Computer Day
Clean Out Your Computer Day is a day to logically review, and delete old files and programs.
Most of us add programs and files to our computer with reckless abandon. After all, computers have huge storage capacity. Many of these files and programs are forgotten over time. Overtime they clog memory and cause confusion during retrieval and use of other files. And, some may slow down your computer.
Somewhere along the way, a (most likely) computer geek or service person, created this day as an opportunity for us to remember to cleanup and delete old and unused files.
I was surprised that it could
I tried to give paracetamol
But it did it no goodI poured in chicken soup
It works with my cold
But it just started fizzing
And the keyboard developed moldI stuck in the bath
All soapy nice and hot
But it did not seem to like that
Oh, it certainly did not.And now its sound asleep
It doesn’t want to stir
I think I’ve killed the hard drive
As it no longer makes a whirI’ll have to get some software
to inoculate it better
And make sure it stays dry
and never gets wetter.I hope I haven’t killed
my little robot mate
It the virus I didn’t like
and those hackers that I hate!
About 70% of people, who prepare and disseminate computer viruses, are part of an organized crime syndicate. That means that their motives may be a lot more sinister that you could ever imagine.
About 40% of all households contain at least one computer, which is infected with a virus. That means that many of us are literally walking on ice. What is really frightening is the fact that many who are affected do not even know that their systems are infected.
About 90% of all emails are infected with some type of malware. The people that send and receive it are often unaware of what is going on until it is too late.
The “MyDoom” computer virus was the most costly malware ever made. It is estimated that it caused losses of up to $38.5 billion. That is a lot more than many third world countries make in a full year.
First human infected with a computer virus On 27 May 2010, Mark Gasson (UK) from the University of Reading,UK, announced that he had implanted an RFID(radio frequency identification)chip into his hand, which he then infected with a computer virus.
I grew up in a rough area. When I was a kid people used to cover me in Chocolate and cream and put a Cherry on top of my head.
Life was tough in the Gateau
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