The 10 Dos and Don’ts of Internet Browsing

The Internet provides an incomprehensible amount of websites and information. Although navigating the World Wide Web is relatively simple, there are many complicated threats out there waiting to be clicked on. But how do you know which links are legitimate or which...

7 Steps to Prepare Your Business for the Hurricane Season

Know what you need to know before severe weather strikes. Download our newly updated Hurricane Preparedness Guide.

5 Questions to Ask About Your IT Budget

Overall, it is estimated that small businesses with moderate technology needs should prepare to invest 3-4% on their annual revenue in technology services and products. Companies that are experiencing substantial change or growth should be looking at spending 5-7% of...

Want a Faster, Quieter, More Reliable Computer? Try an SSD

Traditionally, desktop computer storage was limited to a hard disk drive (HDD). A hard disk drive’s job is to store the operating system files, including your personal data. HDDs have many mechanical parts, with data that is inscribed onto the magnetic coating of the...

Malware and Viruses and Spyware, Oh My

Malware is technically the shortened term for “malicious software”. It is a general term to refer to a virus, spyware, Trojan, etc. The term malware usually means a program that is used to bring damage to a computer. Your computer is susceptible to viruses if you use...

The 10 Dos and Don’ts of Internet Browsing

The Internet provides an incomprehensible amount of websites and information. Although navigating the World Wide Web is relatively simple, there are many complicated threats out there waiting to be clicked on. But how do you know which links are legitimate or which...

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Windows 10 Could be the Last Version of Windows

The free Windows 10 upgrade is a full version of Windows (not a trial or introductory version) and is available only until Friday, July 29th, 2016 for machines with Windows 7 and 8 operating systems. Once you upgrade, you’ll have a license to use Windows 10 on that...

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The Tricky Windows 10 Update

Did your computer recently upgrade to Windows 10 and didn’t give it permission to? You’re not alone. Windows 10 is a free upgrade for a year after its release to those with computers that run Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 operating systems. Months ago, Windows 10...

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5 Questions to Ask About Your IT Budget

Overall, it is estimated that small businesses with moderate technology needs should prepare to invest 3-4% on their annual revenue in technology services and products. Companies that are experiencing substantial change or growth should be looking at spending 5-7% of...

read more

The Importance of Offsite Backup

Backing up to an internal hard drive that is always connected to your business’s system is a crucial first step in protecting company data. Offsite backups are also a substantially important part of a backup solution because of the added level of protection against...

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Want a Faster, Quieter, More Reliable Computer? Try an SSD

Traditionally, desktop computer storage was limited to a hard disk drive (HDD). A hard disk drive’s job is to store the operating system files, including your personal data. HDDs have many mechanical parts, with data that is inscribed onto the magnetic coating of the...

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Increasing Performance with Dual Monitors

Microsoft researchers have found a tool that can increase employees’ productivity by 9 to 50 percent- and make your work day easier: dual monitors! Here at Computer Experts’ office, we have seen the difference dual monitors can make. When it comes to having multiple...

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National Clean Out Your Computer Day!

National Clean Out Your Computer Day occurs annually on the second Monday of February and serves as a reminder to take some time out of your busy schedule to take care of your computer! Here are some simple ways to observe NCOYCD today and maintain the health of your...

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Software as a Service: What Businesses Need to Know

What is it? Instead of buying software for each computer and installing it, a business can pay to subscribe to the software online. To use software as a service, users have to log-in through the software company’s portal in a web browser that is providing the service....

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Public WiFi: To Connect or Not to Connect?

You can go into almost any establishment today and find a free WiFi hotspot. Medical offices, coffee shops, and even grocery stores are now offering free WiFi access to their customers. While this luxury is convenient and usually cost-free, there are some risks to...

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