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We ran an in-house test of our 3 different storage options for you computer, and here are the results.




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HP ProDesk Mini Computer

Big power. Space saving design.

The desktop has evolved. Packed with integrated business-class performance and security, this is HP’s smallest business desktop yet. Efficiently crafted to save space and energy, the HP Desktop Mini will fit almost any work space.

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We fix iPhones! We can replace Screens, Batteries, Buttons, Cameras, Etc.

We currently no longer offer repairs on Android devices and iPads.

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Prevent Windows 10 from spying on you

From: http://www.journalofaccountancy.com/issues/2017/jul/prevent-windows-10-from-spying-on-you.html Q. Is it true that Windows 10 records my every keystroke? A. Depending on how Windows 10 was configured during setup, yes. Windows 10 can not only record your every...

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‘Petya’ ransomware: Everything you need to know

From Windows Central: https://www.windowscentral.com/petya-ransomware-windows There's another massive ransomware attack sweeping across the world. Here's what you need to know to stay safe. Little more than a month has passed since the notorious WannaCry ransomware...

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Having trouble using the internet today?

10/21/2016 GIZMODO is reporting HALF of the internet is DOWN today! Read the Article HERE! From the article: "Twitter, Spotify and Reddit, and a huge swath of other websites were down or screwed up this morning. This was happening as hackers unleashed a large...

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New Anti-Ransomware Tool

From malwarebytes.org: We are very excited to announce the release of Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware beta! As mentioned in the blog announcement by Marcin this beta is extremely exciting as it introduces the most innovative approach in the market today for protecting...

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The CryptoJoker Ransomware is nothing to Laugh About

From: BleepingComputer A new ransomware has been discovered called CryptoJoker that encrypts your data using AES-256 encryption and then demands a ransom in bitcoins to get your files back.  This ransomware was discovered by a group of security researchers...

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Protect your business against encrypting ransomware

Multi-version backup is the best way to protect your data against ransomware. Cryptolocker, CryptoWall and others like it are viruses classified under the "ransomware" category. These viruses take your data, encrypt it, and then hold it ransom for hundreds or...

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Intel Compute Stick

From Intel.com: Connect. Compute. It’s that simple. Transform any HDMI monitor or TV into a computer with the Intel® Compute Stick complete with a quad-core Intel® Atom™ processor, Intel® HD Graphics, integrated WiFi and Bluetooth® technologies, 32 GB storage, 2 GB...

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Windows 10 Upgrades

For the most part, the Windows 10 upgrades have gone smooth but some issues have been reported. A lot of our customers have gone ahead and brought their computers in to us to have us run the upgrade. Any compatibility issues afterwards we have been able to take care...

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Welcome Back Start Menu! – Windows 10 Launched Today!

Here are some resources to learn more about Windows 10: To stay up to day on the Windows 10 Launch today TechRadar has a live blog for the Windows 10 Launch today. Check it out how it is going here! They also have a great Windows 10 review here. TheVerge has "The nine...

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Microsoft pushing “Get Windows 10” notification

If your computer is running Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1, then you may have already seen this pop up in your system tray(by your clock)... If you haven't, then you probably will soon. This pop up is to preregister for the free Windows 10 upgrade. Once preregistered, you...

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Microsoft launches Office 2016 consumer preview

From PCWorld.com: "The next generation of Office is coming, and you can see it now: Microsoft opened up Office 2016, to public preview on Monday morning. The company also said that its current generation of Office universal apps will go live on Windows phones soon....

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