April 2, 2020

How To Troubleshoot a Printer

Finally, you’ve found it, the perfect Star Wars-themed cocktail recipe. But it’s complex. Far too complex for mortal mind to handle without a trusty printed recipe to guide your mixological efforts. With trembling hands, you hit print … and then… silence! At some point in every nerd’s life, that dreadful sinking silence will happen. Printer…

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March 20, 2020

How Much Does It Cost to Repair a Laptop Screen?

Laptop screens are remarkably fragile!  While most modern laptops are equipped with an impressive array of design features to protect its innards from shock damage if a laptop falls on its screen – or even if it is jarred hard enough by a pointy implement! – it can easily sustain some form of damage. In…

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How to Prevent Malware

When it comes to malware, prevention is definitely better than cure. In this article, we’ll explain what malware is, and give you a handful of practical strategies you can employ to keep your computer malware-free. And remember, if you’re worried you may have malware on your machine and are not sure what to do about…

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How to Tell if Your Computer Has a Virus

Is my computer infected with a virus? It’s a scary kinda question! Over the last few years, it feels like the threat from viruses has increased, both in regularity and severity. But how founded are our fears? And what practical steps can we take to avoid them? As an online computer repair service with a…

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June 11, 2019

Easy Smart Home Upgrades For A Lazy Weekend

Smart home upgrades are kind of a big deal these days. There’s just so many ways to add a dash of convenience and coolness to your home life, it can be tricky to know where to begin. There are, after all, many roads to your own private smart home nerdvana. So, let’s start simple! In…

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November 20, 2018

Scoring Black Friday Deals from Home

Black Friday is one of those days a lot of folks equally love and hate. On the good side, it’s a day where, with just a bit of luck and planning, you can land a truly frabjous deal. On the less good side, a horde of screaming, orcish consumers who will stampede you if you…

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November 5, 2018

How to Use Public WiFi Safely

I recently read an article titled “Why you should never EVER connect to public WiFi,” but come on, really? I mean, we all know there are risks to accessing your data while connected to an unsecured community network, but free WiFi is everywhere these days – from the airport to the library and even McDonald’s…

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October 30, 2018

4 Ways to Clean Up your Twitter History

Love it or hate it, Twitter is a lot of things to a lot of people. It’s a constant stream of ideas, opinions, and impressions, each tweet vying for 15 seconds of fame. It’s easy to forget this, but Twitter is also a persistent record. Something said six weeks ago, six months ago, six years…

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October 1, 2018

What Should You Pay for on a New PC?

Let’s be honest here. Buying a new PC is exciting. Absolutely, it’s a decision best made with a good dollop of sensibleness. At the same time though, there’s just so much cool, flashy stuff to choose from.   In this article, we’ll help you traverse the delicate line between sensible purchasing sensibilities and full-throttled techno-bedazzlement.…

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September 25, 2018

6 Apps That Pay You Back

    For the shopper-types, there are a bunch of apps designed to “pay you back” for money you’re already spending or about to spend. We all know retailers want to get you in the door so you’ll buy in their store. Well, if you were already going to buy something anyway, might as well…

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