As the world grows increasingly digital, choices abound for ways to tap into it. And for many of us, one device isn’t enough. Many people around me own at least two digital devices – smartphone, desktop or laptop computer, tablet, or others– some of them own all three or more. Digital devices have changed our behaviour, even when we don't always notice it. For example, over the past couple of years, I have noticed more and more people using iPads and other tablets instead of paper work. Also, when we hear a supposed "fact" dropped in casual conversation that just doesn't add up according to our own sources, we've grabbed our smartphone and turned a proper noun into a verb by trying to "Google it". These changes got me thinking just how much we all are starting to rely on multiple digital devices to do our jobs, in the office and out of it.
Anyway, those devices bring more convinience for our life. But meanwhile we have to face new difficulties and risks with digital devices. How to securely wipe hard drive before selling your old computer? Is your phone system running slowly? Are you buried in files and programs and just want a fresh start? How to back up your device to avoid data loss? Except for these tasks mentioned previously, there are many other new tasks. All these new tasks produced because of the use of digital equipment, that means we need to know more digital skills. If you are a non-technical person, it is not easy to figure out which method is most fit for you.
In order to help people, especially novice user to enjoy digital life through the right tips and most effective software without taking risks and wasting time to search and compare, we focus on usage of popular devices, like iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, PC and so on.
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We want to help people, especially novice user to enjoy digital life on their computer, phone, tablet, or other devices through the right tips and most easy-to-use, effective, secure software without taking risks and wasting time to search and compare.