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PCMag reports Apple may add the 11-inch MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Air, and 13-inch MacBook Pro models released in early 2014 to its obsolete products list. That means they’ll no longer be eligible for hardware repairs, and will only be eligible for
Are you an EARLY ADOPTER? Are you an innovator or a visionary? If not – than NO. Just wait. All software comes with issues. These days it feels like companies are just releasing products and letting average consumer find the
From Microsoft: Microsoft does not make unsolicited phone calls to help you fix your computer In this scam cybercriminals call you and claim to be from Microsoft Tech Support. They offer to help solve your computer problems. Once the crooks
This week we had two customers who got the Microsoft Scam – the same message on the computer, something like: “We are Microsoft, your computer is infected. Do not turn it off. Call us now.” They did. In both cases
“If Russian malware is chatting through Instagram comments, what sort of digital dead drops might be happening on Facebook or Twitter?” I saw this article recently and it explains very well why authorities are having such a hard time stopping
When you are in a hole… STOP DIGGING! We see it several times a week. Customers attempt to repair computer issues themselves and they are basically doing open heart surgery for a broken arm. They have misdiagnosed the problem and
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
Why you should NOT use HomeAdvisor. Trust a local company.