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#1 hqcssj

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Posted 27 July 2012 - 06:48 PM

I've been using PC's since Dos 3.0 and I have ordered many and even built a few. I am pretty brave when it comes to upgrading and trying new things on the computer but haven't kept up on all the latest tips and tricks with the newer operating systems; after Windows XP, I went to a "need to know" relationship with my operating systems. Not enough hours in the day.

My favorite tech podcasts are Tech News Today and Techzilla.

Hoping this forum will help me problem solve without dealing with a lot of FUD and cut and paste solutions with no solution on Google and other search engines.

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Posted 28 July 2012 - 03:11 PM

Hello hqcssj

:welcome: to Bleeping Computer and Thanks for joining us here.

We look forward to your involvement at BC.

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Sometimes you will see cut and paste solutions. It is a fact of life that it makes no sense to re-invent the wheel. If I have a choice of typing a whole paragraph with the solution or pointing to a Microsoft FixIt, I will put a pointer to the FixIt.

I Agree that cut and paste that do not help are annoying.

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