Depends are you using it only at home and are you willing to pay for the best?. Sure, many companies offer a free version. But most of the licenses out there for the free versions are only for home user and not for business's.More Details
Again are you willing to pay for the more advanced features, such as Real-Time Protection and is your system already Infected, for the Seriousbusiness owner we have a nice selection of recommended tools.More Details
Business's today have very serious demands of their IT systems. While the threats to your system never stop coming its become harder on many business's to keep up. Managed Services with Remote Support are now almost a requirement for many business's out there today.More Details
Everything is as close as your keyboard if its online. Today everyone is your competition and the Internet that connects it all together can also bring you and endless supply of new customers. The Business world is changing, is your Company up to the challenge?More Details
It is with that though that we are writing this. Our goal is to help as many people fix their systems as possible without requiring a service call. Not many shops share this info, but we are not like any other shop. If your not able to fix your problem we can do it for you remotely if your still online or just to busy, contact us if this works for you but otherwise download one of our recommended programs, update it and give it a scan.
If you look under "Tech God" in the dictionary, there is a picture of Tim Tuck.
He helped me out of a tech jam like no other -
I had managed to lock myself out of my own website on Dreamweaver (I had changed some access codes in the inner properties level of DW), in addition to some other web design issues that he completely resolved...
I didn't know how I would have been able to present my live website for my presentation if Tim had not come to my rescue.
He did this over the weekend too, no less, when most other companies are unavailable.
If you have a tech issue, big or small, Tim is your go to guy.
Thanks again Tim, you rock.
Angelica D. Bay Area
Back when Mac Classic was the Operating system for Apple there was a good book that was almost required if you wanted to fix Macs called SE Repair and Upgrade Secrets. It was written by Larry Pina and it went into detail about how to repair and upgrade a Macintosh Classic and Macintosh SE personal computer, without spending more money than would be required to buy a new one.
We got bit by the Linux Bug pretty early after reading this line, "I don't know how any company is going to make money with Linux or what their Business Model will look like, But I know this. Its really hard to compete against Free"
Our first version of Microsoft was DOS 1.0, Now its Windows 8. They are losing a lot of market share, not something anyone predicted would happen but Apple has done everything right. However we will always have to support Microsoft and we know it well.
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