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WE’VE MOVED!!!!!!!!!

WE’VE MOVED!!!!!!!!!

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Windows 8 Consumer Release Review

Windows 8 Consumer Release Review

As a “professional,” I expected the transition to Windows 8 to be seamless. I’ll be honest though; it was tough. I am going to give a quick review of my thoughts on Windows 8 after a month of use. Scroll down to the bottom of this post to see how to get your own free version of Windows 8. Windows 8 has a new default interface called “Metro” which is based on the Windows 7 Phone...

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Recycle Your Computer

Recycle Your Computer

Computers get outdated. That doesn’t mean they don’t have some value. Rather than paying someone to take your older PC, give us a try. We’ll take almost anything and make sure your old equipment is repurposed and recycled. We may even pay you for your non-working later model computer. We are after: PC Towers Screens Keyboards Mouse Speakers Hard Drives RAM...

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Microsoft develops iBook Clamshell

Microsoft develops iBook Clamshell

Well, Microsoft has done it again. It has created an impressive amount of confusion and excitement for it’s much anticipated Microsoft branded tablet dubbed “Surface.”  Microsoft fans are very “insert your own word here” about the new product.  May I suggest the words:  hopeful, fearful, tentative, dismissive, ecstatic, cocky, or relieved.  Will this be the long...

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The New MacBook Pro: Unfixable, Unhackable, Untenable

The New MacBook Pro: Unfixable, Unhackable, Untenable

While the new MacBook Pros are amazing, I wonder if we are nearing the age of repairing our gadgets. The MBP has very few serviceable or replaceable parts. iFixit.com gave it a score oof 1/10 on the fixability scale. So this begs the question, will we be soon just replacing the whole gadget when something goes wrong. Can people afford Apple a new $2500 laptop every time it falls off the...

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