Enable Windows Firewall
To enable the Firewall go to Start>Control Panel>Network
and Internet Connections and then click Network Connections. Right-click on the internet connection you want to protect and
click Properties. In the 'Advanced' tab click the empty box next underneath where it says 'Internet Connection Firewall'.
You are now protected.
Enable USB Ports in BIOS
You may need to do this if you find that some of your devices are suddenly not working
through USB Connection or when you bought your computer they were disabled when they came. To enable the USB Ports, on start-up
simply hit either F1 F2 or the Del button whichever one lets you into the BIOS settings and move the keypad arrows down to
'Chipset Features' or something like this. Once there you can either disable all USB Ports. Enable some or enable all.
Create an Account in Outlook
Firstly make sure that you know your Internet Service Provider's(such as AOL or BT)
POP3 and SMTP codes. You should be able to find these on their websites. Open up Microsoft Outlook and click 'Email-Account'
from the Tools menu. If you wish to connect Outlook using your ISP choose the POP3 option. If you wish to connect to your
account such as Hotmail choose HTTP. You will be asked to give information such as POP3 and SMTP(if you chose POP3) and your
name and email address. Or if you chose HTTP you will be asked to give your account password. Once you have filled in
all the details click next and your account will be set up and ready to use. If you have any problems viewing or using
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