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Google Apps Review – Gmail, Calendar, and Docs And Spreadsheets

By Ryan Hansen

Gmail is the new free web based e-mail tool from Google. The high storage volume is definitely hard to match but several privacy protection groups have voiced concerns over Google’s method of scanning e-mails to provide text adds that are targeted towards specific groups. Signup for Gmail is incredibly simple. All that is required is a name, login, password, and a security question. The last step is to simply view a concise description of the services provided and then the account is active and ready to be used. Continue reading

How to take control of Windows 10 Updates
How to take control of Windows 10 Updates

One of the problems that Windows 10 users face is the update process. Updates are important but, as we have seen in the past, they can go terribly wrong. Experienced

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Windows 10 – the nightmare continues…
Windows 10 – the nightmare continues…

I’ve been doing this game for some time now. Cut my teeth on Windows 3.0, then progressed through all the versions, 3.1, 95, 98, 98SE, XP, Vista (cough..), Windows 7,

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How to install MalwareBytes Premium
How to install MalwareBytes Premium

As readers of this blog will know, I recommend and use MalwareBytes Premium but I have found that beginners or those with little experience installing software on their computes may

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Ensure You Keep Everything From The Old PC
Ensure You Keep Everything From The Old PC

Moving from a computer that has been in use for sometimes a decade (in the case of many XP users!) to a new one can be a little stressful. My

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