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September Newsletter!

This months edition is packed with spotlighted product, helpful tips, and news about the recent DDoS attacks on the Internet!

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Remote Support

Geek Easy Computers offers remote support services. We offer it to both our commercial and residential customers. We have found that there is some confusion as to exactly what remote support entails, and the kinds of computer issues we can actually rectify remotely. So we thought we’d try to clear that up.

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Windows 10: A Personal Look

Windows 10. It’s the topic of almost every computer related conversation these days. Mostly because it’s a FREE upgrade for most users. The general consensus it that it is better than Windows 8 & 8.1. It’s the future of Windows and the beginning of Windows as a service. I thought I’d share my view on it from a tablet user’s perspective.
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Scams! How to Avoid Them!

The “Your Computer is Infected!” Scam

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Networking 101: Routers & Switches

Networking can be confusing.  With all the hardware, protocols, cabling, requirements and features, it can be easy to get confused.  Geek Easy Computers wants to make your technology easier, so we put together another informative post to hopefully clear up some of the confusion.

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Internet 101: Domain Names

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What is a domain name? A domain name is a memorable, assigned/leased space on the internet that translates to machine recognizable unique IP addresses. The domain name you purchase should be pointed at your website, and any other web-accessible resources you have at your availability (such as email @yourdomainname.com or eccommerce site (ex. store.yourdomain.com)).

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Chromecast vs Home Theatre PC vs Rokuu vs Apple TV

So you want to jump into the fray that is media streaming. Music, movies, TV shows – it’s all available online. You have many options as to how to access and enjoy that vast wealth of entertainment. What are those options you ask? Well there are really too many to list here, so lets talk about the 4 most popular methods: Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV, and the Home Theater PC.

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Computer 101: Wireless Routers

So you’ve heard about this thing called a router.  You know it has something to do with the Internet, and you need one for home wireless, but you have no idea what it does, or why you should even care about it.  Well you’ve come to the right place!  Geek Easy Computers is here to answer your questions and provide some insight into this technology that is rapidly becoming a standard in the average Internet-connected household!

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Is My Password Secure Enough?

About a year ago, we discussed the merits of creating a secure password.  A lot has changed in technology over the past 12 or so months, especially in the mobile arena with the proliferation of tablets and smartphones becoming more and more functional.  They are able to emulate many functions that were previously the venue of laptops or netbooks.  What this means is that now there is even more need for unique, secure passwords than ever!

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