Hi ya'all, my name is Jeffrey and I have been around computers since the Commodore Vic-20 (oops, there goes my age!).
I just recently walked at commencement ceremonies at Keiser University in Lakeland where I received an A.S. degree in their Internet Technology program.
I also volunteer as an expert at allexperts.com, if you are courious, you can view my profile by clicking here
and check my recent questions and answers so you can see how knowledgeable I am.
I also run a site similar to this one (A little less formal ) but it isn't that active yet, it was mainly started to handle special cases since at allexperts, in the computer categories, we can't attach images and files in our responses and I like to be able to
provide step by step details (with pics if needed.)
Anyway, in both cases I do also send people here in the event I can't get completely rid of spyware for the user, but so far, I have been about 75% successful in that area, which isn't too bad for an untrained person.
By the way, that is without using any logging or special
programs that users are warned about here (I learned that the hard way a few years ago with one of the smit removal tools, it did get rid of the spyware, but in the process, it also deleted ntldr from the OS drive. Fortunately, I keep a copy on a flash drive and use some Linux Live CD's so I was able to copy it back quickly-Lesson learned-When the team members say don't use these programs if your just reading the messages-they mean it!
-At least in my case, I do know how to prepare and recover should I choose to ignore their excellent advice.)
I am also looking for work.
If you have any questions about me, just ask.
The only real problem that I have with being an I.T. Tech is that I can't use the excuse:
"Sorry, I don't do windows."