How to Set the Default Browser to Chrome, Firefox, or IE

Whether you’ve set it or not, your computer has a default browser, which is the program that will open anytime you click on something linked to the Internet, such as a link in an email or a desktop...

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Five Steps to a Healthier, Slimmer iPhone

So. Many. Yellow. Bars. At least that’s what it looked like… A few weeks ago, I plugged my iPhone into my computer with the intent to upload the entirety of the Harry Potter and the Order of the...

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The 5 Most Common Tech Support Problems We’ve ever Seen

If you have a computer, you’ve probably had a computer problem. The severity of each problem can range from just having a slow computer to the infamous SBBOD (Spinning Beach Ball of Death). No matter...

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Fantastic Computer Viruses and How to Beat Them

In our last blog we discussed how to diagnose whether your computer has been infected by a virus or malware (or any other kind of insert-prefix-here ware). It’s important to be able to diagnose the...

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A How to Guide on Battling Computer Viruses One PC at a Time

What is a Computer Virus?

Viruses, spyware, adware, malware, scareware, ransomware, worms (yay! one that doesn’t have ‘ware’ at the end), rootkits, bots and droppers (gross) are all potential...

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Zero Day Exploit is Cause for Concern for IE Users

Load your anti-virus software, back up your hard drives, and prepare yourself for the internet hack of a lifetime. Wait…put everything on hold for a minute. Microsoft just issued a patch for a zero...

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How to Boost Your Company’s Findability

Have you ever noticed how difficult it can be to find your keys when you’re in a rush? They’re never where you’d expect them to be. You may have even bought that little $5 organizer thing that you...

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How Google Drive Stacks Up Against Office Online

Microsoft Office has been the go-to office suite for businesses around the world since its introduction in November of 1990. With very few viable alternatives to choose from, small businesses have...

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Windows XP Update: Preparing for the End of an Era

Do you remember your first toy? For some people it was a teddy bear, for others it was a doll, and then there were those poor, unfortunate souls who got a pet rock. Regardless of what the toy was,...

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How Ancient Software Affects Your Bottom Line -- Upgrade Windows XP

Upgrading all of the hardware in your workplace can be a bit scary. The common fears are a hefty, upfront cost, potentially losing data, and that any combination of the two could result in a loss of...

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