Weather or Not


Weather, especially storms, can be threatening to electronic equipment. It is important to be weather-savvy and apply protective measures to keep your computers in good shape. You’d be surprised what a bad storm can do to your technology. Over the years, I have seen several “fried” computer systems. The worst case was in a basement that had suffered water damage from a leak. After a severe thunder and lightning storm, the client noticed a bad smell from the area where the computer was located. The power supply had been burnt from an electrical surge. Severe power surges can even start fires. Such extreme cases are rare, but you should still take sensible precautions. Read More at Piedmont Lifestyle



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A Desktop for your Desktop

A Desktop for your Desktop

Do you really need a laptop? Published Warrenton Lifestyle, April 2023 edition In the last decades, laptops have taken over the market and have distinct advantages. But the old-fashioned desktop computer is still worth considering for some computing needs and is...

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