Patch guidance (updated January 28, 2018) We are advising that all customers should not deploy the BIOS update for the Spectre vulnerability at this time due to Intel’s advisory acknowledging reboot issues and unpredictable system behavior.
Is it a scam? Probably. We get a number of calls weekly, sometimes daily reporting that MICROSOFT says the computer is infected. DON’T TURN OFF YOUR COMPUTER – if you do all your data will be lost, your computer will
Whistle 3 Pet tracker review I know a lot of our Computer Friends have furry friends and so I thought I would try one of the pet trackers and see how it actually measures up. First let me say that
Mother of all Scams – Mother’s Day Scams Be careful of offers on social media suggesting significant discounts at major retailers! If 75.00 off sounds too good to be true, that is because it likely is! These scams are designed
Why do people write Copy and paste this message – don’t share it? When you share a post on Facebook all additional shares lead back to one original unique post. Therefore if the “Facebook Police” (Facebook management, law enforcement etc.)
Do you want to donate your old desktop or laptop computer to someone in need? We can help with that! As part of our commitment to Wilmington, NC, we work with area non-profits to re-purpose equipment they may need. The
Shop Local and Support Small Business which supports your local economy! When you spend a dollar at a small business, .68 cents of that dollar stay in the community where employees live, eat and play. That is huge for a
Chrome, Opera, and Edge browsers do not support NPAPI plugins. As well, Firefox will no longer support NPAPI/Java after Dec. 2016. NPAPI Plugins in Firefox And Oracle themselves will be removing the Java browser plugin in future Java updates: https://blogs.oracle.com/java-platform-group/entry/moving_to_a_plugin_free
Many of you recall when we did our electronics recycling events, so much so that we still get calls every week inquiring about them. Believe it or not, we haven’t done a recycle event since the town took over the
Recently Wiikileaks came out with what one commentator described as “The Swiss army knife of hacking” guide to all things internet. It has a lot of big companies like Apple, Microsoft, & Samsung scrambling to find and fix software vulnerabilities.