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As some of you may know, PCTechBytes has been around since 2003--a long time for any website. We've grown and changed a lot over the years, but the one thing that gave the site a beating heart was the forums and the wonderful community of users that share ideas and support each other throughout our technical issues. 

The forums were turned off in late 2018, but that didn't stop users from sending emails and commenting on our article posts. It became apparent the best way to support our community was by reviving the forums. It was a mistake to shut it down, and I apologize for the inconvenience I caused members that had spent years devoted to this site. 

Rest assured, we are back and fully committed to improving content creation and support. 

We welcome our new users, and especially welcome back our long-time friends. 

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