at 6740 East 12th Avenue, #2, Anchorage, 99504 United States
For less cost, you can have more personal computer service provided by a qualified and experienced computer technician. Viruses can be eliminated, programs installed, computers networked and many other services can be performed. Most solutions can be
For less cost, you can have more personal computer service provided by a qualified and experienced computer technician. Viruses can be eliminated, programs installed, computers networked and many other services can be performed. Most solutions can be provided within a day.
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BEWARE! Currently, downloading Firefox from Mozilla's web site also installs viruses. The install doesn't bother to ask you whether you want to install the 1/2 dozen other programs it tosses in on you. One of those programs is called AdvancedElite, a known malware program that forces advertising pop-ups on your computer. Attempting to uninstall that program normally is useless. They ask a math question (supposedly to validate you're a human) and then don't provide a field in order to answer it, so your answer is always incorrect and the program will never install.
Got a little overloaded today. Web site corrections are still in the making and the computer I'm redoing *should* be done Thursday .
Some personal issues to take care of today. Tomorrow, I'm working on a web site. Other than that, I can take on more work!
Tweaking on a web today. How's your day going?
May be needing another tech for service jobs in the Anchorage area very soon. Need cell phone, vehicle and some computer experience. Help desk is available for all the jobs. Please contact Mandy at 907-333-6740 if interested.
The schedule around here is very light, so if you'd like to have your computer checked out or repaired, now is a good time! (y)
Please note that between 09/09/14 and 09/12/14, there may be an outage to my telephone and internet service. If you are trying to call and cannot get through, please give it 5 minutes and call again. Thank you!
BEWARE callers offering $7000 grants from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. They have called twice now in the past 2 weeks from Washington D.C. from 202-331-1111. It's a scam to get your financial information. This has been reported to the federal government as of now, but I wanted to make sure my Alaskan friends beware!
Make sure to update your antivirus software! There's been a lot of malware hits and trojans going around out there.
Facebook Tip: If you receive a friend request from someone you know is not that friend (you may already have them as a friend, for instance): 1. Down Arrow (on blue bar at the top, far right) 2. Report a Problem 3. Report a Violation (left-hand side), 4. In the content toward the middle, it'll be on the list: How do I report a fake account that's pretending to be one of my friends? Click that and follow the instructions. You may receive an email about it. Feel free to reply and clarify if needed.
Annoyed by videos always automatically playing on Facebook? It also sucks up your bandwidth, so if you don't have unlimited data usage, it can cost you money. How to stop it: 1. Click the little down arrow at the top of your Facebook page. 2. Click Settings. 3. Click Videos, located in the left-hand panel. 4. Click off.