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Tech Talk #121 – January 18, 2020 Before we get started with how much Random-Access Memory (RAM) you need, let’s talk about what it is. There are two types of storage in your computer, permanent and temporary. Your hard drive or solid-state drive is permanent storage, and RAM is your computer’s temporary storage. Your computer uses RAM for loading and running programs and temporarily storing and using data. The contents of your RAM are lost
Tech Talk #120 – January 4, 2020 How to delete your Google data Maybe you don’t want to watch any more of those “how to replace a toilet” videos you had to look up last summer, but YouTube is still recommending them. Or maybe you listened to Macarena by Los Del Rio on Google Play to prove a point, but now you’re over it. How do you make Google forget? We know Google collects lots
Tech Talk #119 – December 21, 2019 Online slang and acronyms Twitter, Instagram, Messenger, WhatsApp, and even plain old text messaging use slang and acronyms to reduce our character-count and save us from mistyping what we meant to say. Here’s your Rosetta Stone to online slang. DM: Direct Message. Initially used on Twitter to send private messages between users. When you want to share something privately, you send a DM. AMA: Ask Me Anything. Made
Hi, my name is Greg Cunningham. In 2006, I moved from Orange County to Tehachapi, sort of in semi-retirement.
While there were (and still are) several good brick-and-mortar PC repair stores in Tehachapi, I saw a need for an on-site PC
repair service. So, in 2007 I started providing on-site technical support to families and businesses in the greater Tehachapi area.
And so far, more than 700 Tehachapi-area families and businesses have chosen me to fix their PCs, networks, or some other technology giving them trouble at home or at work.
I’m easy to contact if you have a question about your PC, your network, some new technology you’ve heard about, or even to schedule an appointment.
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