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December 12, 2018

What browser do you use?

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Back in the early days of internet there were only one or two options for browsing the internet, nowadays there are an endless list of browsers to choose from, so which one do you use? Most browsers are used basically the same, type in an address and boom your there, some however have special features that attract surfers their way. Here are 3 of the “Big boys” to check out. FIREFOX Firefox has always been
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I know what you are thinking, tech items are going to be SO expensive. That is not always the case with the tech minded guru in your circle. We have gathered a few reasonably priced gift ideas that wont break the bank this holiday season. Let this attractive wooden Bluetooth tag serve as a helpful guide for a forgetful friend. The device can be attached to a number of items, including the obvious (keys or
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After pausing the Windows 10 update that was claimed to be deleting end-user personal files, Microsoft says it has found and fixed the issue, but it’s not quite ready just yet. Microsoft began rolling out the October 2018 Update to Windows 10, bringing new features and app upgrades, Microsoft paused the update as it investigated user complaints over their missing files. In a blog post, Microsoft said the affected population was low — “one one-hundredth of
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October 29, 2018

Speed up that slow computer

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As your machine gets older it tends to slow down causing productivity loss and user frustration. There are many reasons your machine gets slower, more things running in the background, lack of the proper amount of RAM that your machine needs, viruses and malware or faulty hardware. Try these tips to make your PC run faster: Shut down and/or restart your computer regularly. Many consumers make the mistake of leaving their computer “on” and in
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October 16, 2018

Surf Safe

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We are on the internet constantly the average American spends about 23.6 hours online a week. In this digital age, it’s not really all that surprising, you can do nearly anything you need to do via the internet, from banking to entertainment, shopping to research, and work to school. With so much of our lives spent online, it’s easy to forget one crucial fact: The internet can be dangerous Any website can be the target of a
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