Happy Halloween – to celebrate the season, we’re offering $15 off all service calls this week only! If your computer is acting possessed, or just has a wayward ghost or two fluttering around in the network, give us a call!
Part of what we do is keep up with the latest changes in computer hardware and software to provide answers to our customers and provide the best advice and computer service so you can get the best performance out of your computer.
We’re excited to kick off our Back to School services special! For the month of August, we will be offering $15 off any service call when you mention this post. Please call now to book your computer repair or tune-up, or let us help you pick out a new system for your student to take to class or off to college!
Not sure where to begin with this one, other than it’s a great example of Microsoft being Microsoft. My personal workstation just installed the update, and upon rebooting… Continue reading “Microsoft’s April ’18 Update”
Since Windows 7, computer networking has become more and more streamlined. Here are a few tips for getting the most value out of your home computer network. Continue reading “Home Networks”
Disclaimer – i’m not getting into which is better (although I have strong personal preferences), the point of this article is to let you know that it can be done! Continue reading “Converting from Mac to PC”
When looking through my list of brainstormed topics, this one keeps jumping out at me – there’s just so much going on here. Read on for more tips and some things we’ve experienced regarding computer security.
When we think about computer security, it can be sometimes be a daunting prospect. With the inter-connectivity of all our modern computer devices, wireless peripherals and networks, it can be overwhelming when you think of all the ways ‘something’ can gain access to your PC. Continue reading “Computer Security”
We may not be as prepared for the snow here in the South as other areas; as we’ve seen in the past few days, memories are vivid of the Snowpocalypse from a few years back that shut down Atlanta for two days. Businesses all over Huntsville have been closed this week, schools cancelled class, and people all over Madison County left their jammies on to enjoy being homebound. With such a great opportunity for some guilt-free computer time, all of a sudden – the worst happens and your computer crashes. What do you do? Continue reading “Snowed In! Now What?”