What You Need to Know About Upgrading Windows XP to Windows 7 or 8

Wondering if you can Upgrade your current Windows XP computer to Windows 7 or 8 ? No need to wonder any longer, because  we are going to tell you what it would take to make that happen. First a look at Microsoft’s imaginary world of requirements to upgrade a XP machine to Windows 7 or […]

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End of Life for Windows XP and Microsoft Office 2003

Microsoft will stop support on Windows XP on April 8, 2014. This means that security updates will no longer be created for the operating system. Any critical updates that could apply to Windows XP will only be made for Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. We will keep making this announcement as the time […]

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D-Link Router Backdoor Discovered

The web interface(logon page) for some D-LINK routers have a backdoor allowing access with no need for logon information. The router simply needed a specific User Agent String that would activate this backdoor. A User Agent String has information that defines what browser or utility is visiting the page. In this case the user agent […]

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Computer Whisperer Now Repairing Mobile Devices

We are happy to announce that that we are expanding our services to provide repairs on mobile devices locally. Which Mobile Devices you ask? Most major brands of smartphones and tablets such as: iPhones, iPads, iPods, HTC, Samsung, Blackberry, Motorola, Nokia, Kindle, Nook, Acer(Iconia), Asus(Nexus, Vivo, Transformer), Huawei, LG, and ZTE. It’s no longer necessary […]

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Fake Microsoft Support Call – A Real Story of What Happens

We recently had a customer that received a fake support phone call. The man who was called we will call John. John received a call with a man(from India usually) stating he was a Microsoft representative and noticed his computer was in poor health. John asked the caller which computer he was referring to and […]

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Tech Alert: Computer Woes On Patch Tuesday For Some PC Users

Computer Woes On Patch Tuesday For Some PC Users   Patch Tuesday came and went, but not without problems for some PC users. Some users found that just after installing the newest Windows updates that their computer would not start again with the Blue Screen Error(BSOD) reading as “STOP: c000021a {Fatal System Error}”. Also, Kaspersky […]

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Kul Games – New Website and Open House For Their Local Business

New website up for local business Kul Games and they are also having an Open House! At 10:00am on April 13 at 308 E. 1st. Huntingburg, IN The Open House will have free hotdogs, drinks, games to play, and they will also be giving out free coupons to all visitors! It sounds like a great […]

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PSC E-Mail Service Gets An Upgrade

    PSC E-Mail Service Gets An Upgrade (coming soon) PSC announced in messages to customers that it will soon be launching a new email and collaboration services to all of its subscribers.  No need to worry if you have an email account with PSC already, because you will keep your existing PSC email address […]

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Buyer Beware: Total Defense Software(Avangate)

Buyer Beware: Total Defense Software(Avangate) We recently had a customer that ran into quite an ordeal attempting to stop her reoccurring scheduled yearly charge from “Total Defense”, which purports to be a virus removal software. Making this automated payment stop was virtually impossible. She called the phone number that was on the bill, but after […]

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PDF Issues Still In The News – Mozilla Firefox Hoping To Help

PDF Issues Still In The News With all the hype about the failures in security with Adobe Reader a new version(update) of Firefox is out and has the added bonus of a built in PDF reader to bypass the need for Adobe Reader, but is it really a bonus? Chrome has had a built in […]

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