Category Archive: Uncategorized

Sep 12

Microsoft Patch Fixes Security Issues – Released 9/12

This month’s patch released by Microsoft for Windows users is one you should probably get. With 82 security bugs killed, this patch also includes a fix for a vulnerability called “zero-day” which has been exploited already. What is a zero-day attack? This is a vulnerability that affects the .NET Framework that, when exploited, may allow …

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Apr 10

Beware of Scam Emails!

If you open your email and see one that has this appearance (it may be for domain renewal or other services), it is a scam. We received emails for both domain renewal and other services this week. IF YOU RECEIVE ONE, call your host. DO NOT click on links in the email. DO NOT pay …

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Jan 15

Got Windows 10 yet? If you get a new computer, you must.

According to an article on ZDNet, Microsoft has stated that new CPUs will require Windows 10. There will be a few systems that will temporarily support other versions (18 months only), but any new PCs built with new CPU chips will require Windows 10. Because Microsoft has supported previous Windows operating systems for 10 years …

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Jan 09

Windows 8 users, take note!!

Microsoft usually supports its operating systems for 10 years; however, this is not true for Windows 8. Even though it has only been out for three years, support for Windows 8 is being withdrawn as of January 12. Following that date, there will be no more patches or updates. It is easy to get around …

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Jun 04

Windows 10 upgrade – Available June 29th Here’s how to reserve your free copy.

windows 10 upgrade box

Windows users! If you have Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 you will start seeing a new icon down by your time (in the system tray)  that when clicked invites you to register for your free Windows 10 upgrade. If you register, Windows will automatically download Windows 10 on July 29th and then allow …

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Feb 13

Who do you call?

If you have a pop-up on your computer that says you need to call someone, call us at 256-575-0041 or 256-520-7327. If you need to talk to someone at Microsoft, don’t try to look up the number on the internet; there are many fake numbers posing as Microsoft who are not. Call us at 256-575-0041 …

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Feb 17

Welcome to our blog!

We plan to post timely and useful information here for your information. Any comments will be moderated because of the ubiquitous nature of spam on the internet; however, real comments from real people are welcome.