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Eight Ways To Save Your Computing Butt

Eight Ways To Save Your Computing Butt

| April 18, 2015 | 0 Comments

-+*It goes without saying we all need to have current Microsoft Windows updates and virus protection running on our systems. But what else do we need to do to keep our computers running at optimal performance levels, while maintaing security and protecting our valuable data? Below are several things you should be doing that could […]

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How to Educate Your Kids on Computer Safety

How to Educate Your Kids on Computer Safety

| April 13, 2015

-+*As a parent, one of the most important jobs that you will ever have involves keeping your kids safe and secure at all times. This is difficult enough when they leave the house each day, and exponentially harder when they have access to the Internet. From the moment your kids start using the computer, it […]

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Tips To Revitalize Your Old Computer

Tips To Revitalize Your Old Computer

| February 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

-+*Remember the love affair you once had with your computer? Those late nights sitting in front of the screen, your face aglow in its radiant LED light? You’d sit there for hours surfing AOL or playing games like Mahjong or Solitaire until your eyes were so dry you couldn’t blink. Ah, those were the days. […]

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How To Compute Like  A Boss

How To Compute Like A Boss

| November 29, 2014

-+*If you want the fastest, most reliable computing experience, you need to know where to focus your time and money. What makes a computer run good? What makes it run fast, not crash and what will give you the best overall computing experience when you sit down in front of your machine to work or […]

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How To Vacation Like A True Geek

How To Vacation Like A True Geek

| August 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

-+*Despite our best efforts, the day inevitably comes when a geek is forced to go on a vacation far away from the safe haven of their Gigabit-connected lifestyle and venture to a far away land where technology is dubious at best. So before you find yourself trapped in hell and unable to function like a […]

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How To Manage Your Parent’s Computer Remotely

How To Manage Your Parent’s Computer Remotely

| July 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

-+*Inevitably, there will come a time in your life when you have to manage your parent’s computer remotely. There’s nothing more frustrating for both parties than trying to explain what to do over the phone. The best way to manage a parent’s computer remotely is to setup a remote desktop client and configure the computer […]

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Dear Scammer: Thank You

Dear Scammer: Thank You

| June 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

-+*I just wanted to take a moment out of my busy day of filtering my email, removing spam comments from my website and watching the Unavailable numbers flash on my caller ID to say Thank You to all of those hard working scammers out there. My day would be a bore without your constant assault […]

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Why Your Computer Hates You

Why Your Computer Hates You

| June 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

-+*“My computer hates me” is something I have heard countless times. There are reasons why your computer runs slow, crashes or just plain acts weird. Perhaps you’ve been neglecting it, or you’ve been unintentionally doing things that have been affecting its performance and security. Below are several reasons why your computer hates you. You’ve never […]

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Get The Best Deal With Amazon Price Tracking Tools

Get The Best Deal With Amazon Price Tracking Tools

| May 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

-+*Computer hardware and software prices change almost daily. If you’re looking to buy that latest gadget or if you’re specking out hardware for your new build, using a price tracking tool can save you a lot of money. One of the price tracking tools we like to use is Camelcamelcamel. The great thing about Camelcamelcamel.com […]

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5 Tech Tools to Keep Grandparents Connected

5 Tech Tools to Keep Grandparents Connected

| February 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

-+*It’s no surprise that Gram and Gramps might be resistant to new technology. Today’s ever-evolving array of gadgets can often feel unfamiliar, complicated and intimidating to seniors. However, once they get on-board the tech train with a few less intimidating gadgets and apps, their ability to stay connected to family makes conquering their technology insecurities […]

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