The Do’s and Don’ts of the PC
Here is some good advice for things you should and shouldn’t do when it comes to using a computer in a sane and useful manner.
Do pay attention to the User Account Controls (UACs) in Windows Vista.
Do configure the firewall to allow local network traffic so that your computers can share hard drives and printers.
Do classify public wireless networks as Public whenever you make a connection.
Don’t open the PC’s case unless you first turn off and unplug the thing.
Do let recipients know beforehand when you send them programs as e-mail attachments.
Don’t run the Defrag utility on an SSD, a media card, or a thumb drive.
Don’t open unexpected e-mail attachments.
Don’t download unknown software from the Internet.
Do change the SSID for your wireless router.
Do remember that stuff happens.
Don’t blame yourself when the computer crashes.