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#1 KatzPics


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Posted 27 July 2017 - 09:59 AM

Hey folks!


My name is Kathy and I'm introducing myself.  I'm in the processing of shutting down a business I started.  In the process of considering/researching my options, I found this site.  I know just enough about computers to be dangerous.  Sometimes I get stuck, may not know how to fix a problem or just can't remember.  I think Bleeping Computer is going to help me with that.  Photography has been a part of my life for most of my life.  I'm moving toward it being a passive income part of my life.  So get ready, here I come with questions.



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#2 britechguy


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Posted 27 July 2017 - 11:42 AM

Welcome!!  You'll find pretty much any advice and expertise you might be seeking somewhere on BleepingComputer.


Paying attention to the forum names and matching them to your problem (or what you think your problem might be) is the best way to get answers quickly.  Don't worry if you accidentally post in the incorrect forum, one of the staff will end up escorting you and your post where they should be the if that situation arises.

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