It takes a special person indeed to put up with chasing me around the city to pick up my laptop. They delivered it back to me in Cherrybrook at the end of the day, all fixed! Thank you so much boys.
Mona, Camden

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Today is a gloomy and rainy day but, I am quite happy with life as I plan my decidedly non computer repairs related day. I am off to have my half way ultrasound, you see why I am so excited now. Another important but less weighty reason is my new fashionable umbrella. There is not much a pregnant lady can indulge in the country where maternity clothing is represented by K-Mart selection of potato sacks…. Anyway, with no computer repairs on the horizon and a splendidly glamorous umbrella in hand I thought of all of those social media friends of mine that rock fashion blogging. So, this one is for you beautiful girls (and boys). Continue reading “Computer repairs blog Best gadgets for your glamazon fashion blog” »

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Congratulations! No I mean it, congratulations ladies and gentlemen for not being accessible to the powers that be 24/7 for no reason at all. This was one of the options on the cards when (no, it was not put quite in those terms) when the new law for cyber privacy was being discussed. So, take a deep happy breath and know that the governmnet now allows authorities to collect and monitor your internet records, including web-browsing history, social media activity and emails. Confused and cannot see the difference? You are not the only one. Continue reading “Computer repairs update on new laws on online privacy” »

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Hello dear computer repairs DIYs. I understand that sometimes there are some things you simply do not want to be recorded in your browsing history. I am merely thinking of your preparing a surprise for your loved one and do not wishing him/her to accidentally find out before the right time. Right? Continue reading “Computer repairs blog on how to automatically delete Chrome browsing data” »

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In the latest computer repairs news Google reinvents Wallet and turns your phones into virtual cards. I have written about this type of technology before and although Adaptu Wallet remains my favourite replacement for financial conscience, it does not allow payment by phone. In other words, it does not allow the user to operate their smartphone as if it were a bankcard/bank teller/etc. And as long as my computer repairs geeks need to carry bank teller machines and customers need to go through their array of cards to complete transactions and pay for service – with everything often ending up back at ‘sign this bit of paper’ stage, – I will remain to be very interested in all things that make this part of business easier for all parties… Continue reading “Computer repairs blog: Google reinvents its Wallet with virtual card” »

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Happy Monday and welcome to computer repairs blog. This time I will cover 0ne cool to boot smartphone application that is designed to help you manage your finance and execute payments. Even if you are a bit like me and are not terribly keen on paying with a phone, you might as well read on as this is just as unavoidable as online banking has become. Continue reading “Computer Repairs Blog ‘Smartphone Is The Wallet Of The Future’” »

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Greeting lovely people :) and welcome back to our computer repairs how to blog. Yahoo (the search engine that almost no one uses so, who cares) issued a statement on Thursday that its user-generated contributor network Yahoo! Voices had fallen victim to a massive data breach. This means that more than 400,000 usernames and passwords have been stolen from servers.Now, if this was just a Yahoo problem, we probably would not even be writing about this, however, Gmail, MSN and Hotmail accounts have also been hacked into. Continue reading “Computer Repairs Blog on How to Check if Your Passwords Have Been Leaked” »

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computer repairs geeks on kids onlineMobile Geeks computer repairs experts are often asked about child safety online, here we will tell what we know.

As a parent, you breath easier when your child is at home, but in our day and age, physical presence in the house no longer means he or she is safe and inaccessible to bad-wishers. Thanks to the internet, your child has access to untold information and knowledge and on the other hand, to dangers like pornography, predators and other’s ideas (which can be no less dangerous) even in the confines of his or her own room. I have put together a few tips on how you can make the world safer for your kids: Continue reading “Computer repairs experts advise how to protect your child online” »

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If you want a faster internet connection here is some computer repairs wisdom we are happy to share. Firstly, to get a faster internet speed you may actually need to take some steps to make it happen, which may require you to possibly change providers, your computer or the mode of your connection. This, in some cases, is the only option if you are over having enough time to drink a cup of tea while your page downloads. Continue reading “Computer repairs blog Do you want to make your Internet faster” »

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If you have just acquired a wireless printer, you are one of many switching to the cordless world. The wireless is advertised as easy, convenient and clutter free. All of this may be true, but only if you manage to set it up correctly. Here is how:  Continue reading “How to connect your wireless printer” »

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The value of IPv4 addresses is expected to rise as companies are seeking to grab the remaining addresses ahead of the switch to IPv6, according to internet gurus. The prediction came from the Internet Governance Project (IGP) following Microsoft’s move to buy 666,624 IP address for a cool $7.5 million, or $11.25 per address. Continue reading “IPv4 addresses to run out in six months…where will it leave the prices” »

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