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Here we are with the February Newsletter! With this months' newsletter: we go over a couple of different things. On the first page...we learn how to look at app purchases on our childrens' devices and

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So 2019 has arrived!! First of all...we would like to give a HUGE thank you to all of our clients (past, present and those to come)!! We truly appreciate each and every one of you! We pray 2019 brings

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Here we are with the LAST issue of the year (our apologies for posting late, we were out of town the first week of the month getting re-certified and that put us a little behind in our work).  The fi

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Here we are with the next issue of our newsletter (our apologies for posting a bit late).  On the first page, we go over the differences between a virus and malware.  AND...on the second page, we go

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With the October issue...on Page 1, we go over how you can tell if your computer has been hacked/compromised.  AND...on Page 2, we go over system optimization tools (such as registry cleaners and PC

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Here we are with our September Newsletter! First...we look at some of the things you can do to extend the battery life of your phone.  Of course, batteries do hold less and less of a charge over

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Here we are with our August Newsletter! First...we look at some of the ways you can hide your activities on the internet.  Of course, this doesn't make you invisible OR free from viruses/malware/adw

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It's that time again!  Our July Newsletter has finally been uploaded. The first page goes over how to properly prepare your tech when you plan on taking a trip.  Certain things, like backing up

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This year is going by way too fast! Summer is already upon us! And...here we are with our June Newsletter just for you. The first page goes over whether you should power off your computer when done fo

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Here we are with our May Newsletter. The first page goes over some of the reasons why computers "break". It is a wise choice to have your computer serviced at least yearly to make sure everything is w