Secure Boot

Secure Boot is a feature designed to allow checks for malware during the system boot and while it can protect you, it also has the potential to cause problems.

Windows 7 support is ending, what now?

Microsoft is officially ending all product support in 2020. This means no more security updates, feature updates, patches of any kind or phone, email and chat support. This article will guide you through some of your options as well as discuss the best actions to take to keep you secure after support officially ends.

TPM Firmware update

We are seeing an issue surrounding current TPM modules and numerous motherboard manufacturers including ASUS, ASRock and Gigabyte.

Tweaking Windows 10 Privacy Settings With ShutUp10

Windows 10 is by far the most invasive operating system that Microsoft has created to date. Between data-tracking tidbits and forced tethering to Microsoft’s online services, Windows 10 is almost always looking over your digital shoulder. This can be a daunting thought and one that does not sit well with most end-users and rightfully so!

Samsung Secure Erase

Would you like to securely erase your Samsung SSD? Well good news, Samsung offers a great utility to help you do exactly that. This article will guide you through the process of erasing your SSD quickly and securely.

Malware and Virus Removal Guide

Here at Puget Systems Support, we find that people have trouble with popups, malware, or viruses from time to time. We have created these two guides to walk you through removing those offenders using free tools available online.

7 Signs You May Have A Virus

Our customers occasionally call us with questions about a virus or malware they’ve heard about. They want to make sure their computer hasn’t been compromised, but they aren’t sure what symptoms to look for.

We designed this article to help you determine if your computer has been compromised.