Avoid Screen Pop ups

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by Weasley, Dec 14, 2009.

  1. Weasley

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    Although pop-ups on a computer screen may only last a few seconds,
    they tend to set back our performance, say researchers.


    Helen Hodgetts and Dylan Jones, professor of psychology at Cardiff
    University, examined the cost of such interruptions in terms of the
    time taken to complete a simple seven-step computer

    Go through the article and find out ways to survive with Pop Ups ...

    Researchers suggest that e-mail alerts and similar pop-up messages
    should be as small and discreet as possible and should not obscure the
    original activity.
    Weasley, Dec 14, 2009
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