Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. 866-399-7562 helping you ride the waves of technology 866-399-7562 helping you ride the waves of technology Avast and iYogi Support The antivirus program Avast announced yesterday they would be suspending their relationship with iYogi Support operated in India. The company’s relationship
Just to show that technology marches on with or without us, both Microsoft and Apple have recently announced information regarding their operating system upgrades coming in the not-so-distant future. Note: If you don’t care to read all the technical mumbo jumbo that makes us geeks and gear heads get excited,
Common Symptoms that you are headed for trouble (or already in trouble): You go to run a report, and it “takes forever” for the report to display You get random error messages when opening, closing or working in QuickBooks or QuickBooks shuts down all by itself You can’t verify, rebuild
In our last newsletter we posted a tidbit of information regarding the flooding in Thailand and how this effecting many hard drive manufactures. In a recent article by TechCrunch, “Power was restored in the last week in some areas and Western Digital has just turned the lights back on at
News from GFI! Below is an email we received from one of our partners GFI: “With recent changes to Section 179 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, companies that purchase less than $2 million in software and equipment in 2011 qualify to receive a tax deduction. This year, businesses can:
by: Mike Close – BBW technician In the last few days, many Facebook users have been seeing disturbing images ranging from pornographic material to severely abused animals. The images are showing up in users’ news feeds, which are visible by everyone in their friends list. However, it seems the individual
Lifehacker.com recently published an interesting article. Did you know that if you’re a Verizon customer your cellphone usage, apps, location and activity are being tracked? Lifehacker reports this information according to Droid life. Though Verizon claims this personal information will be kept anonymous many people are choosing to opt out
Most computer systems no longer include “Recovery Media” (Disks or CDs used to restore your computer system to it’s factory shipped state). Many do not even include Operating System disks.
This is not specific to systems purchased from any one company, but now standard practice throughout the entire industry.
Click above to read more…
Long long ago when you bought a new computer, the manufacturer provided CDs with the computer that would help you to restore the computer back to its original factory condition in the event that something went wrong. Nowadays – they don’t. They’ve changed over to providing you with an operating
Unsecured wi-fi networks, like those found at airports, restaurants and coffee shops – are public networks that are available for anyone to use. Some of these are managed by legitimate businesses while others are managed by “Honey Pot Operators”. In either case – on an open network – users are