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#1 Jeremy_C


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Posted 01 September 2016 - 04:24 AM



Long time lurker, new member.


I've been referring people here (and doing my own research here) for quite a few years now. I've read many tutorials over the years, but more importantly, I've been able to find advice and suggestions on various types of computer issues. I occasionally resolve computer issues for family and friends and this is often my first stop for searching out issues and resolutions. I've never registered or posted before now because I really had no need to ask anything - everything I've ever needed to address has often already been covered in detail by someone here.


I've been looking for a way to give back to the community-at-large somehow -- my meager levels of knowledge and experience don't hold a candle to the regulars around here.


Well, I did recently apply for enrollment in what I consider to be a top-notch anti-malware training program. Hopefully that will give me the skills and knowledge to effectively help others through an online medium rather than just in-person. And, thus, I might finally be able to give back to the online community after all.


Thanks for everything so far, BC!

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