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#1 golfmanusa


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Posted 24 July 2006 - 03:02 PM

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New to site as I am fighting a battle to eliminate unwanted guests on my system and was referred.

As goes me I am constantly looking to improve and tend to venture into areas not skilled as goes computers so now I am revamping my thinking.

I am also an ebay person.

I am old to computers (1984) but unlearned as I have been lazy. I tend to try the new stuff without maximizing the utility of current stuff I have invested in.

I guess I have been guilty of a need for speed when I need to first learn how to handle the speed so to speak. I am a motorcycle rider so riders know what I mean.

I am now embarking upon a campaign to become more proficient and no waste so much money.

As goes my name, a hobby and ebay name.

I use tyicial applications like ACT, word, excel, Quickbooks and wish I took more time to intergrate Blackberry desktop and all.

Plan to automate so to speak so backups and all get done but need discipline. Like games but rarely have time.

Thanks, if you are in my simple area of computing and have ideas as to how to become more efficient please pass on.

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#2 jgweed


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Posted 24 July 2006 - 05:22 PM

There is a wealth of knowledge here at BC, especially in the Tutorials, but also in the forum threads, the latter being more specific in nature. Spending some free time reading here, and following the links to other recommended sites will greatly increase your computing skills and security.
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