TL;DR: I Freaking Love This App For around 21 Months, I have been using Acorns Investing to put some spare money back. I started with just the round-ups. With round-ups, Acorns takes the spare change left over from the purchases made with a debit card, credit card, or bank account and automatically invests it into […]
What are my Options? I have been using Private Internet Access as my personal VPN for some time now, and I love it. Different options are mentioned every five seconds on a tech or gaming video on youtube, and on tons of podcasts. Virtual Private Networks have finally entered the public lexicon, and most people […]
Why These Channels? I want to share with you, just some of the Youtubers, who have helped me through my career as a computer technician and IT Manager. I’m planning on sticking with channels that teach rather that entertain. However some of them successfully crossover into the “entertainment” content category. Speaking of relevance: some of […]
Below, you will find a great introduction to windows 10. It’s time you two got to know each other, because Windows 7 loses support in 2020.
The End is Here For many, Windows 7 has been their favorite version of Microsoft’s operating systems since Windows XP. Many of our customers have been hesitant to make the move to Windows 10 after the massive failure on Microsoft’s part to properly execute Windows 8, and 8.1. Whether you know it or not, if […]
Gaming Modifications So, continuing with our gaming series, since it has been a popular one: today we take a look at modding a North American Super Nintendo, so that you are able to play Super Famicom (Japanese) games on this “region locked” device. NES Region Lock and Video Chip In Nintendo’s older device, the Nintendo […]
Paying for Streaming Services So, last year I posted a review of Google’s music streaming and storage service (which you can read here). This was part of my series in which I reviewed FREE software specifically. However, there is a paid version of this service, just like many of the popular streaming services such as […]
Windows 8 – The Ups and Downs If you are like everyone else, including myself, you were expecting Microsoft to be working on Windows 9. Well…it looks like they want to distance this OS so far from the poorly received Windows 8, that they are just gonna…you know…skip 9. Being that I am predominantly a […]
The Game of Telephone While we talk to customers everyday about systems, we also listen. There is so much bad information about computers and computer repair that is being passed around from person to person, and it only leads to trouble. Whether it is about hardware, software, Mac vs PC, or free downloads: we hear […]
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