I can help you set up your new computer and also move your data, programs, and settings from your old computer to the new computer. PC or Mac.
I can remove all viruses, spyware, and any other malicious software infecting your computer, phone, or tablet, WITHOUT losing any of your data.
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Tech Talk #118 – November 23, 2019 Put your iPhone on a diet Maybe it was after the turkey and the stuffing and cranberry sauce (homemade,) or maybe it was the pecan and mincemeat and Dutch apple pies with ice cream. Or any of the other pictures you took with your phone on Thanksgiving. Or maybe you downloaded Elf to keep your nephew/niece quiet during your traditional post-dinner food coma. Whatever triggered it, your iPhone
Tech Talk #117 – November 23, 2019 Spam from yourself Have you ever received an email that looked like it came from you, but you didn’t send it? Self-spam is happening a lot now, and it’s usually tied to a blackmail or shaming scheme. Forging, or faking, an email address is called spoofing. And it’s easy. Most email systems don’t have any security checks to make sure the person in the email’s “From” line is
Tech Talk #116 – November 9, 2019 Technical debt and infrastructure Technical debt is a term used in the software industry. All the trade-offs, shortcuts, and patched-up mistakes made by the folks working on software are called technical debt. It’s called a debt because the cost of getting that software done quicker or cheaper creates a need to fix it later and that fix-it-later part is the debt. The United States, and indeed the world,
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.
You can call me, email me, or fill out and send me this handy contact form. I promise to never sell or give away your personal information.