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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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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Greeting fellow computer repairs enthusiasts. In this blog we will have a quick look at enabling dictation on OS X Mountain Lion. I find this option a life saver as although I am good at typing, I am also a borne multitasker. It come in amazingly useful having my hands free to do a thousand mindless tasks a woman gets to do by virture of being the only one that sees that half of the things in the office are out of place. God forbid, one of the computer repairs geeks actually bends over to pick up a CD dropped on the floor or collect a cord no longer required after a formatting job….but enough of my venting and back to business. Continue reading “Computer Repairs Blog on How to turn on dictation on OS X Mountain Lion” »

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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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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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Google glasses

April 4th, 2012

Google has released its designs for “augmented reality glasses”. The glasses layer emails, video chat, Google searches and GPS directions over the wearer’s eyes. (I am thinking…’Here come more car accidents…’)

The glasses are voice-controlled and were developed in the famous  Google X blue-sky ideas lab.

The glasses do not cover the whole eye and the wearer has to look up to engage with the display.

 

 

 

 

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A typical home/small office computer will have, on average, four peripherals (computer repairs speak) attached to the computer itself. These are: keyboard, mouse, monitor (sometimes referred to as screen) and lastly a printer. Continue reading “How to Set Up Your Computer Peripherals Like a Computer Repairs Professional” »

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Did you know you can install Windows 7 and use it for 30 days without a license key? What you might also not know is that the 30 day trial can actually be extended to a trial mode of 120 days and again also without a key. And you do not need to urgently call Kim Dotcom or your speed dial computer repairs geek to accomplish this. Continue reading “Computer repairs blog on How To Prolong the Windows 7 Trial from 30 to 120 Days” »

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Hello lovely people and welcome to computer repairs blog. Sony is treading uncertain waters as the company’s executive deputy president – and the likely successor to CEO Howard Stringer – Kaz Hirai offered their “deepest and sincerest apologies” during a press conference in Tokyo. Continue reading “Computer repairs blog news: Sony has had to build extra firewalls to keep hackers out but what was the loss to customers” »

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Hello lovely people  and welcome to computer repairs blog:)

Are you tired of the way certain keys in your system work? What about the*Caps-Lock* key? Did you know you can re-map it so it will function as a different key, you can do that by using a registry hack.  If you are all sweet with that, go ahead. If you are looking for an easier way, read on as that is exactly what this computer repairs blog is all about.

Continue reading “Computer Repairs Blog on How To Map Any Key to Any Key on Windows 7 or Vista” »

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