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Who still wants a desktop PC?

Posted by Hayden on 9/17/2015 to News

Despite the recent shift to mobile computing, many PC old-schoolers, gamers, and professionals remain loyal to the desktop platform due to familiarity, performance and/or feature demands, and upgradability. For parents, businesses and institutions, and other users, desktops also have appeal due to their immobility. It's harder to steal a desktop, and (sorry, kids) tougher to use it on the sly.

Even if the desktop platform is no longer the center of the computing world for many, enough people still buy them and enough vendors still sell them to sustain a diverse market. Here, I'll offer some general guidelines for picking the best desktop for your specific needs.

Why Buy a Laptop in a Neighborhood Store?

Posted by Hayden on 9/14/2015 to News
The day to take the plunge is nearly upon you. There's a new laptop in your future. You have a budget in mind and a rough sense of what you're after. But the first question you must answer may turn out to be one of the most important: Where are you going to buy it -- in a physical store or online? 

CryptoLocker Virus Alert, Updated!

Posted by Bill Fulkerson on 7/8/2015 to News
The so-called "CryptoLocker virus" is an example of ransomware, a class of malware that, once it has infected a particular computer system, restricts access to that system until the user pays a ransom.

Dell joins the cheap Windows tablet scrum, launches the Venue 8 Pro 3000 series

Posted by Bill Fulkerson on 11/17/2014 to News

Dell is late to the cheap Windows tablet scene, and the $200 starting price for its Venue 8 Pro 3000 series is much higher than that of some competitors, but Dell’s offering boasts some superior specs.

Office 2013 tips: How to open common files quickly and save to any cloud storage service

Posted by Bill Fulkerson on 11/14/2014 to Tips & Tricks
We may live in the era of free productivity apps like Google Docs and Office Online, but I still find value in owning the paid, desktop-bound version of Microsoft's productivity suite—especially with all the extras Microsoft keeps throwing at Office 365 subscribers, like boundless cloud storage. 
 
Today, I've got two quick tips for Office 2013 owners and Office 365 customers. One helps you keep your oft-used files and folders at the top of your Office suite apps, and the second one is for those who prefer to use Dropbox or another cloud storage service over OneDrive.


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