Month: April 2014

PC Pitstop Computer Manual & Service Planner :: Making IT Easy for YOU

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PC Pitstop Computer Manual & Service Planner :: Making IT Easy for YOU We are so excited to finally have our PC Pitstop Computer Manual & Service Planner in store for everyone who receives any service from PC Pitstop! So many of you have been wanting something like this and it will definately make life PC Pitstop Computer Manual & Service Planner :: Making IT Easy for YOU

Why You Would Need a Data Transfer or Recovery?

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Why You Would Need a Data Transfer or Recovery? A Data Transfer may be necessary for a number of reasons. PC Pitstop can transfer your data (documents, pictures, music) but not programs (software, downloads, etc). Your original installation media is required to install programs on another computer. PC Pitstop, by law, cannot install counterfeit software. Why You Would Need a Data Transfer or Recovery?

PC Pitstop Speciality Lessons

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PC Pitstop Speciality Lessons Stop banging your head on the desk trying to figure that pesky computer problem and ask for a Speciality Lesson from your PC Pitstop Trained Technician. These 1hr in-store, one-on-one lessons can cover many topics that may be troubling you, such as: Basic Computer Use – start-up, shut-down, navigation, etc. Internet PC Pitstop Speciality Lessons

Learn the Lingo :: Computing Acronyms

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Learn the Lingo :: Computing Acronyms i3, i5, i7: Newer types of Intel Processors, i5 is Dual Core, i7 is Quad Core ADSL: Home broadband through the phone line, currently the fastest way to access the internet ADSL2+: A faster version of ADSL AGP: Accelerated Graphics Port, connection on older motherboards for graphics cards Blu Learn the Lingo :: Computing Acronyms

Doomsday for XP :: You could be under attack right now!

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Doomsday for XP :: You could be under attack right now! 4 dys until we say Rest in Peace XP. Are you ready for this? “Microsoft first said it was planning to end support for Windows XP in 2007. It has since been warning consumers and businesses an upgrade is necessary to keep their computers from being run Doomsday for XP :: You could be under attack right now!

The Importance of Backing Up Your Technology

The Importance of Backing Up Backing up is crucial. Backing up at the basic level involves the act of copying all your important files to a separate external device that can easily be taken off site with you each day for security measures in business or easily accessible during an evacuation for home users, keeping The Importance of Backing Up Your Technology