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This is our newsletter for April 2017…we love to share information when it comes to your computers.   Just right-click on each picture and choose SAVE PICTURE AS in order to save them to your co

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Whether the claims are true or not...if you have an Apple, iCloud, iDrive, iPhoto account...you may want to do a couple of things:  1-change your password and make sure you have two-factor authentica

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This is our THIRD newsletter of the year...we don't just work on computers...we like to help you learn more about them. Just right-click on each picture and choose SAVE PICTURE AS in order to save t

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If you have a corrupted OpenOffice Calc file that you are unable to open...this service https://online.officerecovery.com/calc/ is able to get the job done QUICKLY!  For me...if the file is importan

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If you are a user of the Carbonite backup service...you will need to reset your password.  Per Carbonites' article Cartonite Targeted By Hackers "hackers are trying to break into users accounts and

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Adobe Issues Emergency Update due to a security flaw that will allow ransomware to install on a pc. If you are using Windows 10 or 8.1...make sure ALL of your Windows updates have been installed (thi

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If you have Mozilla Firefox installed on your computer...this Emergency Patch for Mozilla Firefox Users is for you. A major exploit has been uncovered that allows "attackers to steal sensitive files o

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Microsoft has released an emergency update today that patches a security hole that would let hackers take control of your Windows machine.  This article tells what the patch is for, who it affects, a