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Better Late Than Never: The Windows 10 October 2018 Update | PC Repair

Better Late Than Never: The Windows 10 October 2018 Update

After an embarrassing series of bugs, technical issues, delays, and mishap, Microsoft finally announced a wide release of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, which became safely available to all desktops, laptops, tablets, and hybrid devices two months after the …

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Should You Repair, Reuse, Recycle, or Replace Your Old Computer in 2019?

Should You Repair, Reuse, Recycle, or Replace Your Old Computer in 2019?

Desktops, laptops and hybrid devices were some of the hottest items gifted this holiday season, and this means that many people across the High Desert are now contemplating what they should do with their old computers. If this is your …

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Major Issues Delay Windows 10 October Update Fixes Once Again

It has been more than two months since Microsoft made a difficult but ultimately wise decision to indefinitely postpone the release of its Windows 10 October Update, and it looks as if the delay will continue well into December. The …

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Cybercrime Groups Are More Active During the Holiday Season | Data Backup

Cybercrime Groups Are More Active During the Holiday Season

Online retail activity tends to be higher during Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but this does not stop millions of Americans from extending their internet shopping throughout December. The holiday shopping season is highly anticipated not just by consumers but …

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Why Custom Computer Builds Make Great Holiday Gifts | Apple Valley PCs

Why Custom Computer Builds Make Great Holiday Gifts

For the gamer, graphic designer, filmmaker, musician, architect, developer, or engineer in your life, a custom computer build is one of the best gifts you can think about this holiday season, and now you have an advantage related to the …

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Review of Federal Copyright Laws Could Make it Easier to Repair Your Computers

Review of Federal Copyright Laws Could Make it Easier to Repair Your Computers

When it comes to the repair of computers and other electronic devices, some manufacturers tend to be overzealous. Case in point: Apple and the new MacBook Pros, beautiful pieces of hardware that feature a hidden “kill switch mechanism” that renders …

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The Most Dangerous PC Malware Strains in 2018 | Apple Valley Computers

The Most Dangerous PC Malware Strains in 2018

As we head into the final months of the year, information security firms are starting to compile cyber attack data in an effort to detect cybercrime and malware trends. The goal is to get an idea about the potential direction …

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Protecting Your Home Network Against Russian Hackers | Computer Repair

Protecting Your Home Network Against Russian Hackers

Information security analysts monitoring the situation ahead of the midterm elections in the United States have determined that hackers working on behalf of the Kremlin intend to continue interfering with the American democratic process, and one of their proven strategies …

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What You Should Know About USB Port Troubleshooting and Repair

What You Should Know About USB Port Troubleshooting and Repair

A couple of years ago, Universal Serial Bus technology celebrated two decades of existence with the announcement of USB Type C, a full-duplex implementation for the third generation of this computing standard. USB ports can be found in standard, mini …

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What to Expect from the Windows 10 October Upgrade | Victorville PCs

What to Expect from the Windows 10 October Upgrade

Nearly all IT professionals and PC technicians recommend that you promptly download and install Windows patches and updates the moment they are available, this is not the case for the Windows 10 October 2018 upgrade. Depending on how your system …

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