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Early 2020 New Computer Buying Guide – 👀It’s officially time to replace your Windows 7 computer – deciding on a new desktop or laptop (1/30/20)

Monthly Computing News & Tips Newsletter

Sep20: Create passwords that you can remember • How to fix most printer problems • How to avoid being scammed (9/3/20)

July20: New scams to be aware of • Watch the world from home • How to send a message from your phone correctly (7/31/20)

Jun20: This month’s most common scams that you need to be aware of – take the quiz • Ad blockers becoming less effective (6/29/20)

May20: Why you don’t need to buy AntiVirus for your device • Is it time to replace or optimize your Wi-Fi? • Other articles you may have missed (5/27/20)

Late Apr20: Scams and hacking on the rise – what you need to know • All about Zoom meetings • The dangers of reusing the same password (4/20/20)

Apr20: A majority of our customers take advantage of our Remote Support service • Help with shopping online & home delivery • Filling out your census information online (4/2/20)

Mar20: Remote service available! • How to clean and disinfect your computer and mobile devices • Be proactive about computer maintenance (3/17/20)

Jan-Feb20: Don’t let phishing emails trick you into divulging personal information • What to do if you still have Windows 7 • Why you should keep your computer ON when not in use (1/31/20)

Oct19: Support for Windows 7 winding down – everything you need to know • Basic computer troubleshooting tips • Top 5 scams to watch out for (10/21/19)

Aug19: Windows 10 semi-annual update cycle explained • Credit Monitoring vs. Identity Theft Protection • Canceling your TV service (8/26/19)

Jul19: Why you should never unsubscribe from certain emails • Listen to scam calls so you don’t fall victim • AT&T changes email login procedure (7/29/19)

Jun19: How ads follow you around the internet • Have your Google data automatically delete after you die • Windows 7 to be retired in January (6/25/19)

Apr19: Are you prepared if you lost your data? • Is it time to replace your Wi-Fi? • Windows 7 to be retired January 2020 (4/11/19)

Special Edition to Save & Print: How to Spot a Tech Support Scam – Information from the FTC (4/2/19)

Mar19: Mozy discontinuing free online backup – here’s your options • Security cameras may require a Wi-Fi upgrade • New browser add-on informs you when you’re entering a leaked password (3/5/19)

Jan19: Windows 7 to be retired in less than a year • Check to see if your email was exposed in a data breach • Tips for navigating the new Gmail and AT&T/Yahoo Mail interfaces. (1/31/19)

Dec18: Happy Holidays & Important Warnings About Scams to Expect This Time of Year. (12/24/18)

Nov18: Latest Antivirus test results may surprise you • Are you fed up with your internet provider’s email “service”? • Give the gift of computer service. (11/30/18)

Oct18: Be Skeptical – Are you protected against Spectre and Meltdown? – Don’t buy a new computer until you read this – eGift Cards available (10/30/18)

Sep18: You will likely see a fake warning message on your computer – here’s what to do – Is your data safe if your computer crashes? – Don’t pay for anti-virus. (9/13/18)

Jul18: Windows 7 update glitch, don’t let your printer ink dry out, Malvertising & more… (7/25/18)

May18: Microsoft, Apple or your email provider will NEVER call you, or prompt you to call them – take the scam quiz (5/17/18)

Apr18: Yahoo and AOL email privacy policy change allows scanning of your emails – Phony websites disguised as Microsoft error messages – How to find your missing smartphone (4/23/18)

Feb18: Is it time to replace your WiFi? Despite years of warnings about tech support scams, people still falling victim. (2/28/18)

Jan18: 15 years of helping clients at home, Computer & Internet news you need to know (1/24/18)

Nov17: It’s time to stop using Internet Explorer – Top 5 password tips – Why extended warranties are a bad investment (11/28/17)

Oct17: Scam calls from “Apple” – Protecting your identity following the Equifax breach – Use your digital assistant to call for help when you can’t reach the phone (10/13/17)

Sep17: What you need to know about the Equifax data breach – Is your email account easy to access by hackers? – Can you spot all that’s wrong in this screenshot? (9/11/17)

Aug17: Last month several people who didn’t read this newsletter were scammed: Will you be next? (8/16/17)

Jun17: New info on tech support scams & fake email, What you need to know about your AT&T email, LOL computer humor, Get images of your postal mail sent to your email Inbox (6/29/17)

Special Alert 5/15/17: Simple advice on how you can avoid the ransomware attack that’s been in the news recently (5/15/17)

May17: AOL begins charging to use Desktop software – Top 5 computing scams to be aware of (5/4/17)

Apr17: Updated info on AT&T email and why you should ditch your Internet provider’s email – New tech support scams to be aware of – How to backup photos from a smartphone (4/20/17)

Mar17: Recognize a scam by checking your browser address bar, stop using Internet Explorer, RIP Windows Vista, Why trust anyone else to service your computer? (3/8/17)

Feb17: Learn how to recognize fake email, easy-to-remember passwords, improve wireless reception and more… (2/16/17)

Jan17: Support for Windows Vista ends in April, Don’t be fooled by phony pop-up ads and tech support scams (1/31/17)

Dec16: Spend just a minute of time now to save hundreds of $$$ – ‘Tis the season for phony emails (12/13/16)

Nov16: You should ditch AT&T/Yahoo email, easy password management, how to print email (11/15/16)

Oct16: Important New Brief: FTC shuts down phony tech support scammers – yet many more are attempting to fool you and take your money (10/14/16)

Aug16: Email account hacking on the rise – Windows 10 upgrade/downgrade breaks important tasks – Test your computer security knowledge (8/31/16)

Jul16: 42-second video about tech support scams will save you $$$ – Our final Windows 10 Free Upgrade advice – All about cookies and online tracking (7/12/2016)

May16: Microsoft pushing Windows 10, when to “Decline” – Don’t call a number that pops up on your screen – Use Google Photos to manage your pictures (5/26/2016)

Apr16: Give new life to an old computer with a SSD –  A day in the life of a computer technician – Windows Vista end-of-life April 2017 (4/25/2016)

Mar16: Dell customer data being used by remote support scammers – Hacked websites and Malvertising on the rise (don’t be fooled to call a number that pops up on your screen) – Safer searching and surfing with Google.com and Google Chrome – Keep your computer secure and up-to-date with our Computer Maintenance Plan (3/8/2016)

Jan16: New Newsletter Design – Our Windows 10 Update Advice in 3 Sentences – Take Control of Your Passwords in 2016 – Don’t Believe Everything That Pops Up on Your Screen – Beware of Search Ads (1/28/2016)

Nov15: How you can avoid our #1 call for help – Windows 10 update – Why you don’t need to pay for Anti-Virus (11/19/2015)

Sep15: Don’t call a phone number that pops up on the screen – Why you shouldn’t install Windows 10 – iOS 9 review (9/26/2015)

Aug15: Windows 10: The Good, Bad & Ugly… How to install AVG Free AntiVirus updates (8/24/2015)

Jul15: Should you upgrade to Windows 10? What to do after allowing a stranger access your computer. Free unlimited photo backup (7/22/2015)

May15: Many of our monthly tech support calls could have been avoided had the caller read our monthly newsletter, store your loyalty cards on your smartphone (5/14/2015)

Apr15: STOP! Don’t let someone you don’t know access your computer – phony tech support could cost you hundreds of dollars (4/20/2015)

Feb15: What you need to do now to avoid ransomware, email and phone support scams; Fill out your Medical ID emergency contact information (2/11/2015)

Jan15: 3 Tech New Year Resolutions: Passwords, Backup & our convenient Maintenance Plan (1/7/2015)

Nov-Dec14: Why your most important password is the one that secures your email, are you frustrated with your Internet provider’s email “service”? (12/9/2014)