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In this section, we will provide with information about What Happens Currently   And  General Tips to keep your computer in a good shape.

We will update this section once we get any news and tips. It will be long or short.

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What Happens Currently

ball End of support for Windows XP by Microsoft

On April 8, 2014, Microsoft will end support for Windows XP. The people who use Windows XP would better upgrade Windows XP to either Windows 7 or Windows 8 before or by the date. All the people who run Windows XP have to upgrade finally. Which version windows, 7 or 8, you would like to upgrade to depends on your preference. Both are very stable Operating Systems. Windows 7 support will be ended on January 14, 2010 and Windows 8 will be ended on January 10,2023. At the percent, most people still like Windows 7 because Windows 8 needs a little bit of learning curve. Once you get over Windows 8's Learning Curve, Windows 8 is a very good Operating system. Doesn't matter which version you are going to upgrade to, you need to know if your current system is POWER enough for the upgrade. If your current system is not power enough, the best way maybe to buy another one depends on the cost. In our shop, we offer free estimate. We can provide with the best solution for you. Also we can give you a short Tutorial on how to used to new Windows.
Edited on Feb. 12, 2014

ball Microsoft Announced Windows-8.1-Update

Key Microsoft Windows 8.1 Update 1 Enhancements: "We’ll enable our partners to build lower cost hardware for a great Windows experience at highly competitive price points. We are making improvements to the user interface that will naturally bridge touch and desktop, especially for our mouse and keyboard users. We have a number of targeted UI improvements that keep our highly satisfying touch experience intact, but that make the UI more familiar and more convenient for users with mouse/keyboard. Don’t worry, we still LOVE and BELIEVE IN touch… but you’ll like how much more smooth and convenient these changes make mouse and keyboard use! We are enhancing support for enterprise customers via a few tweaks, particularly including features that greatly improve IE8 compatibility in Internet Explorer 11, which is especially critical for web-based line of business applications. Additionally, we’re extending mobile device management capabilities and making deployment easier"
Edited on Feb. 28, 2014

ball The Following Virus or Spyware Still Affect the Computer Systems in the Area

  • RCMP Virus - Royal Canadian Mounted Police virus
  • CoolWebSearch
  • Conduit Search Protect
Above virus and spyware were still found affecting the computer systems in the area lately even they were found long time ago. The RCMP virus pops up a very scary message, locks up computers and ask to send the money. These types of messages, known as Ransomware or Scareware, are intended to cause shock and anxiety making victims respond by sending money quickly. Other spywares pop up too many annoying messages.
All information and solutions can be found out from the Internet. However, not every solution will work out and some of them just want to promote their software. If you experience this kind of problems, the best way is calling local computer service technicians to solve for you. Sometime DIY will make situation worse.
Edited on Feb. 12, 2014.

ball Telephone Scams Still Around

This has been a long time happening. Some time some day somebody calls you on your phone and claims your computer effected by the virus or had different problems, then asks you to turn on the computer, open the Internet browser, type some codes then he/she get the right to access your computer. After he/she gains the access right, you will be asked to pay high price by Credit Card. If you don't pay, he/she will screw off your computer, such as putting or changing the passwords or screw off system files, then your computer will not be able to open windows any more. This kind of affected systems is hard to repair, you have to have a very good skill to solve the problem. Sometime you may end of re-load the Windows. If you get this kind of calls, don't talk too much, just tell them you have your local technicians to work on your computers, then hang up.
Edited on Feb. 12, 2014.
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General Tips

Keep Your Computer Clean Inside
Most people will not know how dusty inside their computers can get. We show some of them in the following gallery. When the computer gets dirty inside, it will experience the problems, such as system heats up, slow performance, error message pop up, program reaction slowly or no reaction, shut down itself, blue screen of death. In the worst case, the cooling fans seized up then causes the computer burn out. You can use your vacuum cleaner to blow out dust if you are comfortable to work inside the computers. Compressor will do the job, but most time it is not power enough. For notebook, you can use notebook vacuum cleaner to suck the dust out. Or bring to local shop to ask the technicians to do for you, cost is around $25 to $45. Sometime, DIY may cost more than letting experts do it for you because of delicate components inside. If DIY, make sure all the parts and wires sit on their position firmly.
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Some Tips or Solutions for Most Common Problems
(DIY at your own risk, Tips only)


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