Please Read: Before you attempt restoring Windows on any computer you should first make a backup of any data that you need saved. Restoring a computer will erase all stored data and if not backed up your data will be lost. If you are unsure how to backup your computers data please consult with a professional or someone experienced with the process. Feel free to drop us a line if you have any questions about the proper backup procedure. Also, if your Hatch computer is using a wireless network for connectivity we suggest that you make note of your wireless network name and connection password. Restoring the computer will erase any saved network connection information.
Are you suffering from slow wireless speed? WiFi not working properly? Experiencing internet latency on your laptop or slow streaming from Netflix or Hulu from a device like a Roku, or a Blu-Ray player? Even more frustrating is to find that the so called high speed internet you thought you had is not so high speed after all. If you have reached the breaking point then you might want to check into what Channel your WiFi frequency is set to.
Flash drives are becoming an increasingly popular means for transferring files from one computer to another – especially now that they are capable of storing up to a whopping 256 GB. These handy devices are easy to tote because of their small physical size and are a no-brainer to use since they pop right in and out of a USB port. So, it’s no surprise that employees may use flash drives to transfer work from the office to home. While this may initially sound like a run-of-the-mill activity, think about the ramifications of taking sensitive company data out of the building.