Thursday, 20 December 2012

A Time To Celebrate Christmas With the Festive Season Around the Corner


Advent Wreath

Once a year we celebrate the season of the darkest night and hope of light.

But the story begins four weeks before that when we lit the first of four candles on the advent wreath. And though the modern Christmas wreath might be quite “young”, traditions of a similar evergreen wheel and a wheel with candle are known to us since ancient times.

But how is that we still honor this tradition?

Evergreens show us the life that lasts despite the cold and darkness. And as year comes to its end, sunlight goes on its retreat. But the circle reminds us of the true nature of time: that it has no beginning no end. And the last day of this year, just carries the first day of the next.

Christmas Lights

On the darkest hour of the deepest night a single candle can warm up heart.

Celebrating light and life might well be the oldest of the Christmas traditions. Using candlelight and fires in particular is common among all winter season celebrations as in history, so nowadays near 20th Dec, on the winter solstice; night becomes the longest of the whole year.

So why celebrate light in the darkest time?

The answer might be that the midwinter night, while drowning everything in darkness, frost and death, gives us the best chance to realize the true value of light, hope and life.

Christmas Tree

There grows a tree green in summer, green in snow, generous to all who go.

Bringing an evergreen tree home and decorating it with stars, apples, lights and angels is a century’s old Christmas tradition. But even before that, people all around the world would celebrate and decorate living trees in nature.

But what does the evergreen tree mean to us?

The color of an evergreen tree would give us joy and a hope of life-even in the coldest of winters. Trees were giving us warmth, shelter and food since the dawn of time and a tree was often seen as a symbol of the world itself. And maybe that’s why we decorate our Christmas tree so passionately with many lights, tinsels and ornaments. So our world would also be full of light, joy and life.

Christmas Bells

Rejoice in the sound of Christmas bells, for the light has found its way to us and the darkness must stay in the past.

Bells announce coming of many great events and at the same time they are believed to drive evil force away. Tradition of Christmas bells calling a new life is known to us since we celebrate Christmas itself. Many of us remember the sound of inviting the Christmas bells as one of the earliest memories. One that would still give us joy no matter how old we are. When we hear its joyful sound, no worry, no darkness dwells in our hearts, only gratitude and happiness remains.

Christmas Presents

The joy that you give to other is the joy that comes back to you.

Giving and receiving gifts in the winter season and during Christmas is a thousand years old tradition, although the form and even the exact date would not always be the same. These gifts might have been more practical or symbolical in nature, but they were always precious and valuable.

Giving gifts is a noble habit, but why is Christmas the best time?

As year comes to its end, we are being confronted with our deeds of the past year. We remember the things and people we are grateful for, and so Christmas become the best time to express our gratitude, perhaps by presenting a gift to someone dear.


Seeing into hearts of people with wisdom-giving, from his midwinter realm

There has always been “Santa”. He may have different names and wear different outfits, but he has always been personifying the spirit of Christmas: giving us hope and bringing light in the darkest season of the year. There is a legend of St. Nicholas, a bishop, who supplied gold to three girls and placed it in their stockings. But there are more legends that precede even St. Nicholas.

So then who is Santa?

One thing we can be sure of is that he always was with us on Christmas. Giving gifts and helping us with his wisdom according to our needs: A true spirit of Christmas!

VSupport wishes all the best and that you get everything you really need and much of what you desire.


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Thursday, 13 December 2012

Important Tips for PC protection

Essential to peace of mind is protecting the PC and your online privacy. When connected to the web, your work and data is open to attacks of various kinds including harmful downloads. A simple game, picture, or program may be the call for enmity. So, you need to check whether every file that you download, open, or save, is safe or whether there are irregularities of any kind.
Protect your PC by keeping the following things in mind:
  • Block hackers and viruses by installing the latest firewall and antivirus software. It is advisable to install a software firewall even if you have a hardware firewall in your system. A software firewall is designed to query whether or not it should permit "X" access. The user can specify which applications can access the port and which cannot.
  • Block downloads that install unwanted programs by using the options in Internet explorer to block all software from source X specified by you.
  • Install software programs that will constantly scan your PC for spyware, adware, dialer, and web bug traces which can create a nuisance and cause crashes, slow down systems, or steal financial information. By adding a schedule you can instruct No Adware to automatically scan your PC at set times for infiltrations.
  • Immunize your PC and prevent malicious add- on to your system.
  • Configure your PC browser to protect you when you are working online. Use a 'real time shield' and prevent intrusions. Be sure to click the "protect IE Favorites" box and ensure that no thief can add an URL without your permission to your browser's favorites list. This will block offensive and dangerous websites from entering your PC environs.
  • Say "no" to any web address or site that instructs you to download specific software to view their pages. Such software can contain a virus, Trojan horse, or auto dialer.
  • Create a regular back up schedule for your work. Once a week is ideal if you are a virtual worker or running a business. This will minimize any damage, should problems arise.
  • Be sure to update your software with the latest patches and bug fixes. Then use the updated or enhanced security settings provided by the updates. There are in-built ways which you can operate to block damaging viruses, stamp-out cookies, and keep unwanted visitors away from your computer system. The method is easy; for example: if you are using Internet Explorer just go to Tools-Internet Options-Privacy tab. Click the edit button to accept or reject a specific cookie. Go to the advanced settings and check block third party cookies.
  • Scan all downloaded files before use. Never launch executable or script-able files namely those that have .exe; .bat; .doc. Do not access attachments of any kind before they are certified as safe.
  • Remove file sharing and windows printer options, these increase vulnerability of the PC.
  • Encrypt your e-mail and embed an identifying key.
Better be sure than sorry. Preventing snoops is easier than trying to recover after an attack. Take informed steps to protect yourself and your PC.  

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Tuesday, 4 December 2012

VSupport Announces Sizzling Post-Christmas Deals on Tech Support

This Christmas, VSupport Santa will serve your tech needs! 

We are really happy to announce that we have just launched our new Christmas blueprint. It’s a handy guide to help make the holiday period stress-free. We know how busy everyone can be with this particular end of year deadline, so we’d like to save you some time so that you can better spend it with your loved ones this Christmas. Hand over your PC worries to VSupport Santa and enjoy the Christmas cookies. VSupport offers you special discounts and deals, So Hurry Up!

During the holiday season too many computer users spend their valuable time-off setting up new computers or your computer problems that they received as a gift or trying to append software to an existing system rather than spending this time with loved ones. Now hand over these problems to VSupport and celebrate this festival with great enthusiasm. Both support options include toll-free telephone support, e-mail support, live chat and remote connect-and-repair. We wanted to go beyond our competitors traditional offerings of discounts or free scans and provide what users really want - a system that is working and optimized. Make your Christmas merry by subscribing with VSupport software services offered by VSupport Santa. Take advantage of unique Christmas discounts and get started to increase your PC performance by streamlining your existing worries.

Christmas is more than a holiday or religious celebration. Indeed Christmas embodies the spirit of love, peace, joy, hope, and compassion; indeed the very best inside each one of us.

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