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#1 etaf


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Posted 25 February 2011 - 06:34 AM

signed in , I used to use the info here, and have neglected this site for a while - so decided to have another look, as i have some time on my hands, whilst waiting for my next job

I'm a moderator on techguy http://www.techguy.org/ forums and have spent a considerable amount of time answering questions on that forum

My background is an Electronic Engineer , moved into computers in the early 80s when they where the size of office blocks :) fixing those until around 1987 when moved into management and spent the rest of my career in Process Improvement / change management and management information.

I still kept upto date with PCs , laptops and helped friends and family fix issues , so I have always kept abreast of PCs

My hobby has always been photography, Computing, Electronics, TV & Hi-Fi

Now I'm helping the elderly get online, providing 1:1 coaching and advice to the local community here in England , South east UK

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Posted 27 February 2011 - 04:08 PM

Hello and :welcome: to Bleeping Computer.

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