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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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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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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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The Crippling Effect Of Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft’s subscription service for Office 365 also known as Office 13 has a catch. Many past owners of Microsoft Office 2003, 2007 and 2010 are use to the routine of, you pay for the software and then you have it for years with no worries of it not working. Subscription based Microsoft Office 365 doesn’t […]

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A New Mobile Malware Is On The Move

A new Mobile Malware is on the move China related only at this time, but this could easily move to the USA. We suggest installing  some protection for your mobile device and be careful what apps you install. The article talks a lot about Android devices, so in saying that we suggest using Vipre Mobile […]

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It Is Time To Uninstall Java

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is advising people to temporarily disable the Java software on their computers to avoid potential hacking attacks. An Alert from US-Cert stated the impact from this exceprt,  “By convincing a user to load a malicious Java applet or Java Network Launching Protocol (JNLP) file, an attacker could execute arbitrary […]

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Only 2 more days to go until Internet Explorer 7 and 8 won’t work with Google Apps

On November 15th users using Windows XP with Internet Explorer will be unable to use their Google services as usual. This effects all versions of Internet Explorer older than IE9. Windows XP can only use IE8 as its newest version. XP users are unable to use IE9. If you are an XP user you will […]

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