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#1 StarryNight


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Posted 23 February 2009 - 01:08 AM


I've joined this site as well as "WhatTheTech" to fix my computer's virus issues... and in joining, I think I've decided I'd like to learn A LOT more about computers. I've been raised on computers, using them since Kindergarten and been hooked since then. I'm on the computer every day and I know the basics and then some, but I'm not nearly as much of a computer genius as my parents pretend I am. I think it would be wise for me to learn everything there is to know about computers because 1) I'm certainly on them enough, and 2) computers will continue to be the future.

(For the record, I'm on them A LOT, but do actually go out and do things.... no shut-in here. Hahaha.)

Anywho, that's me. Didn't plan on doing an introduction, but the site insisted I do, so here I am boring all you fine folk. ^_^

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 02:49 AM

:thumbsup: Glad that you Joined. I hope you find excellent help here at Bleeping Computer!

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