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Apr
27

How to survive a Hard Drive crash: What you can do today

There's been a massive digitization of the population, which despite keeping everyone entertained and connected, comes with one gaping flaw - a hard drive crash could wipe out your data in an instant. Nobody's immune, even grandparents routinely rock the latest smartphones and post on Facebook. Nearly all schoolwork is done on computers or tablets,...
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Apr
27

Why Do Computers Break?

We know computers always break at the worst possible time, but what exactly prompts that failure? It's easy to think it was something you did since you were using it at the time, but while your online gaming frenzy might cause a temporary crash, normal user actions are rarely the cause of a broken computer. Physical Damage Accidents happen, but the...
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Mar
21

Desktop vs Laptop: Which is Right for You?

Laptops have become the go-to choice for most people in the market for a new computer. They're sleek, portable and heavily advertised. But are they the best choice for your needs? Before you buy your next computer, take a look at these considerations - you may discover you've been dreaming of a desktop all along! How portable do you need it to be? ...
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Mar
07

5 Signs Your Computer is Crying Out for Repair

It's pretty obvious when your computer is already broken, but how do you know when it's about to break? Even before it falls into a heap and refuses to turn on, or flashes big messages about how your files are now encrypted, you'll be given multiple hints that something is wrong. Here are the common signs your computer needs repair, sooner rather t...
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Jan
04

Computer Broken? Watch Us Fix It – LIVE!

When your computer is playing up or driving you crazy, the absolute last thing you want to do is lug it down to the local repair shop. So many cables. So many connections. And why is it suddenly so heavy? It's stressful just thinking about it! Fortunately, tech support has come a long way in recent years and you now have another option: remote acce...
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Jan
04

3 New Year’s Tech Resolutions You Should Actually Keep

If your typical New Year's resolutions lasted about 30 seconds, you're not alone. Pledges to eat better, start running and learn how to juggle can be rebooted again next year easy enough. This year, we challenge you to think about your tech health with some resolutions you'll want to keep. 1.No More Junk Mail Whether you checked a box agreeing to g...
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Oct
23

New ‘KRACK’ Wi-Fi Security Issue: This Affects All of Us

The invention of Wi-Fi has been a science fiction dream come true. We can use our laptops anywhere in the house, our phones are using home internet instead of sucking down our cellular data, and our gadgets are all communicating. It's essentially the backbone of the smart tech boom for home and business alike. Most networks are password-protected w...
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Oct
18

Got a New Device? Here’s the Essential Tech Prep You Can’t Afford to Skip

It's tons of fun getting a new device. Whether it's a new desktop, laptop or phone: the thrill of getting it home and opening the box is great. We know, we love tech too. It even has its own version of new car smell! Once you get it home though, there are a number of things that need to be done before it's really usable – beyond snazzing it up with...
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Oct
18

How to Tell if Your Computer Has a Virus?

Sometimes computers do wacky things that ring alarm bells and make us dive for cover. Next thing you know, you're running scans on repeat and demanding everyone come clean about their browsing habits. Fortunately, not all weird occurrences are caused by viruses – sometimes your computer is simply overloaded, overheating or in desperate need of a re...
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Sep
11

Why is my Computer Running so SLOW?

Woah, who slammed on the brakes? Your computer used to speed through startup and let you open almost everything at once, but now it's struggling to crawl along! Everything takes so much longer or crashes without warning. Something isn't right. If it's gotten so bad that you've found yourself drooling over the idea of a new computer, even though you...
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Sep
11

4 Simple Tips to Keep Your Internet Banking Safe

​ Online banking has boomed in the past few years to become the new norm. Branches are out and apps are in. Half the time when you visit a branch, you're steered towards a computer for a DIY transaction – with optional assistance.But is internet banking really safe? You're always told to keep your financial details private, but now also to jump on ...
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Jun
27

How to Make Your Photos Last A Lifetime (and Beyond)

Digital cameras are great, and thanks to smartphones, we have one with us almost all the time. We're taking more photos than ever before, and building a lifetime of digital data. But despite the enormous value of these photos and videos, most people don't have a backup. It's time to shine a light on this essential task and make it a regular habit b...
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Jun
27

Everything You Need to Know About Facebook Privacy

Finding the balance between Facebook privacy and Facebook fun can be challenging. It's a double-edged sword that allows us to connect with friends no matter where they live, but it also publicly shares information that just a few years ago, we'd never dream of putting online. You can search for people based on where they went to school, town they l...
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Jun
06

Why Your Updates Are More Important Than Ever

Stories about hackers and virus attacks seem to be making the news almost every day, and many of these news stories include tips on how you can avoid becoming a victim. One common theme among these tips is making sure your Windows operating system up to date. Every day hackers are trying to figure out new ways to break into Microsoft Windows and on...
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Jun
06

How To Keep Your Tech Squeaky Clean

Our tech is something we use every day, but did you know it's also the most disgusting? Your screen may look clean, but studies show that a mobile phone can be 18x dirtier than a public restroom – ew! It gets worse (sorry)…that keyboard you tap at while eating your morning toast? It's probably the biggest bacterial threat in your house, with about ...
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Mar
30

Internet Lingo 101: Cheat Sheet for Beginners Pt. 2

​​ IP Address Every device that accesses the Internet is assigned a unique IP address to identify itself. It's used to make sure when you request a page or document, it's sent to you – and not someone in Alaska. Your IP will look something like '202.9.64.55' and may be referred to as fixed or dynamic. ISP Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) is the...
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Mar
30

Internet Lingo 101: Cheat Sheet for Beginners Pt.1

The Internet is growing and evolving so fast even the dictionary has trouble keeping up. Here are 12 suddenly common terms that are helpful to know. Browser A browser is a free piece of software that lets you view web pages, videos and other online content. It's a core requirement of going online, as it converts the computer languages HTML, Javascr...
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Mar
29

Windows Vista End-of-Life: What This Means For You

The countdown is on for Windows Vista users. On 11th April 2017, Microsoft will cease all support and security patching, just like they did with previous Windows versions.Naturally, you're rather attached to your current operating system and not exactly leaping for joy at this news! Unfortunately, the longer your computer goes without an upgrade, t...
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Mar
27

When and Why You Should Use Remote Support

If you've ever had a sudden computer problem, you know it can be very stressful. So much of our day-to-day life requires having access to a working computer. Homework, budgeting, bills, even browsing dinner recipes all have a degree of urgency that mean dealing with a broken computer isn't comfortable for long. Your computer technician offers two o...
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Mar
15

ALERT: Your Antivirus May Be Letting You Down

The best way to avoid a computer virus is by using common sense, but that doesn't mean you'll be safe from attack. Even the most careful user can find themselves infected in an instant and spreading the virus faster than a sneeze in flu season. It's why antivirus software is still the first package we install on all systems – because you never know...
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