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Read All About IT! Jan 2020

16th January, 2020


Happy New Year! As this Blog has mentioned before, Microsoft are withdrawing support for Windows 7 next week. And, as we expected, many IT Support companies are trying to get their clients to panic buy upgraded PCs. But, this isn't at all necessary.


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Driving in the snow & ice

17th December, 2019


Well before I changed career direction into the wonderful world of IT, I was lucky enough to work at 2 Winter Olympics, in the Transport Dept for CBS TV. Obviously we were driving in snow and ice virtually all of the time. Hopefully some of those experiences will prove useful in this blog


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Old Computer

Read All About IT! – Dec 2019

9th December, 2019


Yes, it's that time of year again! So what do you want for Christmas? Almost certainly not a computer virus! So why do so many people send them to you? Because there is still big money to be made from infecting your computer, of course.


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Read All About IT! – Nov 2019

6th November, 2019


This month's newsletter has been hard to write, but stick with it. It's not about when your computer dies, (and it will), but about when you, or a loved one, or a work colleague, dies. Sadly, that is inevitable. (I'm sorry to break it to you so suddenly.)


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Northumberland Computer Support

We have re-branded as “Northumberland Computer Support”

26th September, 2019


The Domain Name that your business chooses, (along with a professional looking email address), can be a critical part of your branding.

Our company name and Domain Name now reflect exactly what we do and we have seen a subsequent boost to our ranking in Google. If you need any Computer Support in Northumberland your first point of call should always be "Northumberland Computer Support"!


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Read All About IT! – 1st Edition

Read All About IT! – 1st Edition

5th September, 2019


Did you know that Microsoft will be withdrawing support for Windows 7 on 14th January 2020 - just over 4 months away now? This isn't as terrible as it sounds, as your computers won't suddenly stop working, but it does mean that any computers still running Windows 7, after the cut-off date, will no longer be receiving security updates, which could make them more vulnerable to malicious attacks.


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Dell laptop motherboard

Why is my computer so slow?

17th July, 2019


Computers are designed to last a certain amount of time, with cheaper models being made from cheaper components, and so lasting less time than more expensive makes.


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