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April/May 2017 Newsletter

Whew! It’s been a busy few months! And it continues into the Spring/Summer season!  But we are back on track with our newsletter so we can continue to bring you tips, tidbits, and interesting computer technology information!

This months edition talks about the slimming trend in notebooks, USB wireless adapters, tune-ups and more!

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Mini Computers

An interesting recent trend is the emergence and sudden proliferation of “minicomputers.” They are appearing all over and at a full range of form factors and price points. But what exactly is a minicomputer and what is it used for?

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USB-C

You heard about this new technology that is starting to appear on new computers & smartphones. It’s a new way to connect peripherals to your devices. It’s called USB-C, but what’s all the hoopla about? That’s what Geek Easy Computers wants to answer for you in this installment of “Answers to Common Questions”.

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Time Machine

Q & A: How Do I Setup Automatic Backups On My Macbook/Macbook Pro?

Welcome to another segment of Geek Easy Computers series on expanded answers to common questions. A question we get asked quite often by Mac users is how to setup automatic backups on their computers, so we put together this short instructional guide!

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The Ubiquitous USB port: Explained…

Every computer has a USB port.  Most have 2 or more.  You use them for everything from attaching your keyboard & mouse, to uploading files from your flash drive.  They’ve become commonplace and taken for granted.  But do you REALLY know what USB is?

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