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We pride ourselves on our keen ability to accurately diagnose and repair computer and home electronis problems. Whether you are having issues with spyware, malware, virus, hardware, network or any other issues, our courteous professional technicians can fix the problem usually within hours. We warranty our work and do not require any contracts or travel charges. We take pride in our service and are truly customer service minded. Our goal is to become your go-to service provider for any home entertainment problems you need solved. Please view our testimonials page to see what our long standing customers say about us, and feel free to leave your comments as well. Our staff can also assist with setting up home theaters, or training you on any computer or home electronics. We also diagnose and repair most WiFi issues .

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16 October 2019

  • Google Pixel 4 hands-on: Once again, it's about features, not design

    After months of leaks, I thought I had a pretty good idea of what the Pixel 4 would look like when I picked one up for the first time, but I was pleasantly surprised. Yes, the bezels are huge, the forehead and chin are terribly asymmetrical, and the camera square isn’t nearly as pleasing as the iPhone 11’s. But the design of the Pixel 4 isn’t quite the eyesore I expected it to be.

    And, besides, the Pixel 4 isn’t trying to sell you on its looks. Not once during its hour-long presentation did Google talk about precision milling or diamond chamfering. Google wants you to choose to buy a Pixel 4 on the strength of its features, not its outward appearance.

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  • They're back: Windows 7 popup warnings to update to Windows 10 will soon reappear

    Windows 7 support expires on January 14, 2020. And if you’re a Windows 7 Pro user, Microsoft is going to tell you that right on your PC screen via a popup notification.

    In March, Microsoft warned that it would begin using popup reminders to let Windows 7 users know that it was time to upgrade, and began pushing some to Windows 7 users. In an update to Microsoft’s original blog post, Microsoft is now saying that it’s begun specifically extending notifications to non-domain-joined Windows 7 Pro users—consumers, in everyday language. (ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley reported this earlier today.)

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  • Disco Elysium review-in-progress: This deep detective RPG bends itself around your choices

    There has been a murder. Last week a man was hanged behind the Whirling-In-Rags hostel (and cafeteria). I know who did it, but I need to confirm why they did it, so I head to the docks to ask some questions.

    Or at least that was my intention. Instead I find myself embroiled in a spirited debate about the merits of communism, about how I’m destined to foment a worker’s uprising one overlong hug at a time—or maybe I’m not. Also, I’m having this philosophical debate with myself, or maybe it’s with my possibly sentient necktie.

    My partner looks on in concern. Of course, he can’t know how bad things really are. He knows I’ve lost my badge and my gun, sure—but he doesn’t know I’ve lost my entire memory, can’t even remember my own name.

    To read this article in full, please click here

New Google Wifi spotted at the FCC

We only looked at the first iteration of Google Wifi, the company’s mesh networking set-up, a few months ago and already it looks like version two is in the works. A Google filing recently spotted at the FCC describes a new dual-band router, possibly an update to the company’s Google Wifi.
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