Then & Now Game Review – Splatterhouse

Blog, Freelance, Just for fun, Windows Support 14.12.2014 Comments Off on Then & Now Game Review – Splatterhouse

25 years ago, Nameco came out with Splatterhouse for the Turbografx 16 and then games 1, 2, & 3 for the Sega Genesis. The game took on a huge cult following, and players around the world enjoyed this creepy (for the time) video game. Splatterhouse is a sidescrolling beat ’em up, slash em up video…

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Alternative Browser Review 2014

Blog, Linux Support, Mac Support, Mobile Users, Windows Support 7.12.2014 Comments Off on Alternative Browser Review 2014

Everyone that’s on the Internet has heard of the main browsers like Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, and Safari. But not a lot of people have heard of some other great browsers out there that are free to use, work really well, and have unique features not found in any other browser. Let’s take a look…

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Reasons why remote support is better than on-site support

BAIC Multimedia, Blog, Linux Support, Mac Support, News, Windows Support 30.9.2014 Comments Off on Reasons why remote support is better than on-site support

The trends of technology are constantly changing. The need for an on-site tech is becoming less and less. But why is this becoming so important for the tech company as well as the person receiving support? Well there are many reasons. While it is still necessary to have an on-site tech for things like mechanical…

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Make Windows 7, 8 and Vista 32-bit (x86) Support More Than 4GB Memory

BAIC Multimedia, Blog, Tutorials, Windows Support 30.4.2014 Comments Off on Make Windows 7, 8 and Vista 32-bit (x86) Support More Than 4GB Memory

As you’ll know, there has been 2 versions of each Windows starting from XP which are 32-bit and 64-bit editions. Sometimes a Windows 32-bit is referred as x86 and 64-bit as x64. We won’t go into details on what are the differences between x86 and x64 are, but one of the major differences is a…

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Are you prepared?

Blog, Linux Support, Mac Support, Windows Support 7.2.2014 Comments Off on Are you prepared?

Let’s pretend you have a hard drive failure…right NOW! Or what if your laptop or PC were stolen, or succumb to a really bad virus. What do you do? Well most people think that the 1st step is to call their IT support or their local computer shop. Well that’s actually the next step. The…

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Developer Code Wars – Python, Ruby, PHP

BAIC Multimedia, Blog, Just for fun, Tutorials, Windows Support 30.9.2013 Comments Off on Developer Code Wars – Python, Ruby, PHP

Who is this article for? (Developers and non-tech alike) While watching developers in an IRC channel arguing about their code platform of choice, we realized that most folks don’t know the difference, or why one might be better than another, and then alas…SUBJECTIVITY arises 🙂 -They are all great development languages, but like all tools,…

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ATT U-Verse Cascading Routers 101

BAIC Multimedia, Blog, Tutorials, Windows Support 10.9.2013 Comments Off on ATT U-Verse Cascading Routers 101

    Networking skill Level: Intermediate/Professional   AT&T and Comcast. Great broadband providers that we work with on an almost daily basis. Generally the installers that we meet are really great folks. They are prompt, friendly, and helpful. However they aren’t network engineers. This is where we step in. Their job is to make sure…

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How did my PC get all crapped up?

Blog, Windows Support 29.8.2013 Comments Off on How did my PC get all crapped up?

You may have noticed software showing up on your computer that you didn’t knowingly install, mostly toolbars on your web browser.  This is usually caused by piggybacking software. This happens when legitimate software like Java, Adobe products and other widely used, (usually free) software installs initially or when their updates install. If you don’t pay…

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Windows 7 Keyboard Tricks

Blog, Windows Support 18.5.2013 Comments Off on Windows 7 Keyboard Tricks

Anyone working professionally with a computer has their hands on the keyboard most of the time. Reaching for the mouse can be an annoying disturbance when you are busy. An easy solution is to simply keep the hands on the keyboard and complete as many tasks as possible with keyboard shortcuts only. Apart from making…

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Avoiding Malware

Blog, Windows Support 18.5.2013 Comments Off on Avoiding Malware

Every month hundreds of thousands of unsuspecting computer users are faced by the inconveniences, complications and data loss that can come with Trojan horses, worms and email viruses. But before you can protect yourself—and your system—against them, you must first understand what they are. A virus is a computer program that distributes copies of itself,…

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