Why you should choose a business laptop

June 3, 2020

People come to us to ask what laptops they should buy every day. Usually, they realize they need our advice after talking to salespeople at big box stores like Noel Leeming and Harvey Norman and following their advice only to realize the laptops they bought don’t perform well or not going to last long. In this article, we will explain why you should choose a business laptop instead of typical consumer-grade plastic laptop from a big outlet.

Tip for online meetings - Zoom, Skype, Microsoft Teams, webcam, laptop WiFi

May 20, 2020

We’re meeting online for work and to stay connected with family and friends. Try these five top tips to improve your online meeting experience. This article covers connectivity, technology, meeting features and more about virtual communication. Check it out! 

Laptop features worth paying for

May 5, 2020

People often come to us to ask for advice on what laptop they should buy and what features are important. Besides obvious technical characteristics such as processor, memory and storage capacity, there are many other factors that will make you enjoy your new laptop much more

8 tips to speed up Windows 10

April 25, 2020

We get calls about slow computers almost every day. Usually these computers are old and not really worth upgrading or spending money on, but here are the free 8 tips you can try before spending your money on upgrades or replacing your computer

Signs of phone scams

April 15, 2020

You pick up the phone and somebody says you have a serious problem with your computer. It could be just about anything but usually they say you have viruses, data corruption, or expired license for the operating system or software you use. Before you proceed, take a minute to think. Here are the red flags that you might be falling for a scam

Laptop WiFi too slow

April 7, 2020

We’ve talked about fixing up your home internet earlier this year, but having a crappy wireless connection is still a big concern, especially now with most people stuck at home. But what if it’s not your wireless network that’s the problem; what if it’s your device?

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