Why do I need Antivirus?

13 06 2013

Why is AntiVirus Software Important?

Now a days, an unprotected computer isn’t just vulnerable, it’s probably already infected. New malware (viruses, trojans, worms, spyware, ect.) are created every day. New ways to bypass  security measures by disguising malware are specifically designed to catch you and your PC off guard.

Viruses themselves have evolved over the years. Viruses just used to be annoying pranks, but now they have evolved into serious threats capable of destroying your computer and stealing your information and identity.

The benefits of installing security solutions on your PC are a no brainer, but before, the cost in system slowdown used to make installing security an unwanted commodity. Now, modern antivirus software hasn’t just improved the level of protection, but they have also significantly improved efficiency and overall speed. You can now have conclusive protection without giving up your computers resources. With all the advances in technology, antivirus software is more effective than ever, and no longer requires constant maintenance from you.  Current antivirus programs deliver constant protection and can actually speed up your computer, rather than slow it down like before.

The newest generation of antivirus software brought advanced detection into the mix. For the most part, the 2011 composition of antivirus products  incorporate further developed proactive protection with better behavior checking and even file reputation analysis. Several of the software companies have also incorporated “in the cloud” security and other advanced technologies to increase safety and convenience. From gamer modes, to battery saving settings, to integrated web link scanners; antivirus applications are more versatile and have upped the ante for features and functionality.





Accounting 101 Debits & Credits

13 06 2013

Debits and credits are two terms that are the backbone of understanding basic accounting concepts. After grasping the concept of these two terms, an individual can then move on to understanding basic accounting concepts. Learn the progression from posting business financial transactions, to reporting profits and owner’s equity.

Accounting 101 – Debits and Credits

Financial business transactions are posted with debits and credits. The total dollar amount of debits must be equal to the total dollar amount of credits. If they do not equal, the transaction will be out of balance. Debits and credit represent an increase or decrease, depending on the financial account category.Understanding debits and credits is essential to grasping the concepts of accounting.

  • Asset – debit increase, credit decrease
  • Liability – debit decrease, credit increase
  • Revenue – debit decrease, credit increase
  • Expense – debit increase, credit decrease
  • Equity – debit decrease, credit increase