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Remove Windows 10 Pop-up

Microsoft pushed out an update to your computer causing the pop-up to appear, relentlessly. Remove that specific update (KB3035585), and you remove the pop-up. The following is intended for educational purposes only. If you have a tendency to mess things up, please stop here. Proceed at your own risk.   Open a command prompt as […]

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Naming Your Hard Drives

There is no shame in what works for you. If you find yourself having to 2nd guess yourself when moving files to and from several external or internal hard drives, or other USB storage devices, the solution is simple.   When you format a drive, give it a very descriptive name. One that you can […]

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Don’t use the red X

Friendly reminder: NEVER use the “red X” button when you suspect malware or adware in a pop up, or in your browser. Instead, use keyboard combination “Alt F4” (without the quotes) The reason is simple, developers of malware craft in button look-a-likes, to make you think  you are clicking on things like “close this window”. […]

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Windows 10 Is Here, Windows 10 Is Free

Click Here to download your free copy of Windows 10 from Microsoft. For most of you, it will be a free upgrade! Even if you have already registered to be notified when your free upgrade is available, and have not yet received that notification, it’s ready for you. You’ll be downloading an ISO file type, […]

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Managed Continuity for Continuous IT Access

  Continuous access to IT systems is critical for a business to maintain growth and profitability. Downtime, data loss and lack of access to important files could mean loss of sales in the short-term and fewer customers and profits in the longer term. Using industry leading technology, we offer a solution which monitors, analyses, protects […]

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Latest Craigslist Scam

Latest Craigslist Scam

It recently became important to write out your email address in a unique way, in order to avoid getting spammed. Listing your email as “email1234 at yahoo dot com” would slip right by the bad-guy programs that are scanning Craigslist ads for email addresses. They can then use those emails to bombard you with junk mail, […]

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Managed Workstations For Healthy IT Systems

  Healthy IT systems help businesses to sustain healthy growth and healthier profits. Downtime, slow system performance and irritating IT issues can be a major hindrance. Using industry leading technology, we offer a solution which monitors, maintains and supports your PCs and laptops, 24/7. And all for a small monthly fee per workstation. We work specifically with small […]

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Declaration of Independence

IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which […]

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iPhone & iPad Hard Reset

Sometimes your Apple device will need a reboot. A “Hard Reset” is different from powering it down, and powering it back up. Let’s get started. With device screen on, press and hold both the home button, and the sleep/power button. Continue holding both buttons, the screen will go black, then after a moment you will see […]

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