Criminals may be able to see your data.

If your computer has an Intel processor it may be possible for criminals to see sensitive information on your computer.  User names, passwords, credit card numbers and any other information being processed could potentially be at risk.  Intel has agreed to patch the vulnerability on some of the processors, but with new variants of the vulnerability being discovered regularly, there isn’t any light at the end of the tunnel yet.

Updating Your Malwarebytes

Malwarebytes has recently come out with a new program update. Usually Malwarebytes updates it's definitions every day by itself. The program update needs a little help from you since it’s going to require restarting your computer when you’re finished. Watch the video for a step by step guide.

Need more RAM?

We know increasing our computers Random Access Memory (RAM) can make things run faster. But how much more can your PC hold and how much would it cost? Here’s a safe, effective way to find out before you bring your PC into the shop. Click on the link below, then click on “Download The Scanner” and follow the instructions. Chances are good we have the part in stock.

Blow Out Desktop

Desktop and laptop computers have fans that draws in cool air and push that air across components to keep them cool. Unfortunately airborne dust, dirt and pet hair can get sucked in along with the cool air and cover these components. Over time, these components become so covered that they overheat and destroy themselves.