Laptop Computer Repair

I’m not sure how many home network installation services near me offer laptop repair, but I am always glad to diagnose this type of computer for service and repair. Most often there are screen problems, followed by failing hard drives, or other system malfunctions. Sometimes it is a simple fix, and sometimes a costly repair […]

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Linux… The Windows Alternative

“My computer was hacked..” , is an awful phrase to utter. However, most people who use this phrase are using Windows Operating Systems. Albeit Windows 10 has proven to quite secure, you can bet your last dollar, that hundreds, perhaps thousands of hackers are working diligently to find vulnerabilities to exploit and enter your computer […]

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Crucial Upgrade You NEED to Know about.

Since Wikileaks dropped the Vault 7 hacking tools, criminals now possess the knowledge to kidnap your computer and hold your data for ransom. Windows 10 has been upgraded to protect you from many of these vulnerabilities. If you are still using previous Windows versions, you are in jeopardy of losing your entire data collection, unless […]

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Back Up Your Computer

Microsoft Windows now offers a great service to create a redundant copy of your files, pictures, documents and music. Onedrive is part of the new Office360 sweet which is usable from the web with any microsoft email account. If you sign on to your Windows computer with a microsoft email address, then chances are, that […]

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I Know You Aren’t Backing Up Your Data!!!

Your intentions are good, but your never seem to get around to protecting your data. Inspacecoast is now offering another 30 day free trial on a great product. SugarSync is Sweet and very simple to set up, and everything else happens automatically, so you never have to worry about backing up your precious pics and […]

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DOS 2.0?

“My motherboard failed” was the complaint that Charlie exclaimed over the phone. I asked him to describe his computer model, a Packard Bell 286 with 3.5 floppys and 40 MB harddrive. “Ancient.. in computer age, referred to as a LEGACY computer in tech circles. “Are you running XP?” was my next question…the answer was no, […]

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The Disgruntled Employee’s Quickbooks Password

Quickbooks is highly secure, and cracking the password of the Administrator is not possible, save a multiday Brute Force attack. A non profit pet clinic had employed me to set-up an online presence and automate their appointment/checkin process. After I had completed the task, I was contacted about hacking into her Quickbooks. Apparently , a […]

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