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• Windows Desktop Administration: 15 years of experience in Desktop Support and related positions, supporting both hardware and software. Experience includes Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8. Office 2000, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013. Outlook/Exchange, and Antivirus/Malware. Remote Access (VPN & Dial-up). ... View More
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Daniel H.
Location: Washougal, WA
Phone: 1-800-798-0173
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Member since: August 2014
Status: Active
Article Posts: 1
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Last Updated: September 2014

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Types of Support Offered:
General Search, Computer Setup, Networking, Email, Internet, etc., Application Software, Data Transfer, Anti-Virus, Backups, Service, External Devices (Printers, etc.), Create or Modify a Web Site, Wiring (Network, Speakers, Audio Visual, etc.),
Operating Systems:
Windows NT Workstation, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows Xp Home Edition, Windows Xp Professional, Windows Vista, Latest Windows OS, Windows NT Server, Windows 2000 Server, Windows Server 2003, Linux,
Adding Memory, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Photoshop, Apache, Digital Cameras, Ethernet Cards, FTP, Gnome, GotoMyPc, Harddrive - Changing, Harddrive - Data Recovery, HTML, IIS, Linux, McAfee Virus Scan, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, MySQL, Norton AntiVirus, Norton Ghost, PHP, Power Supplies, Print Servers, Printers, Routers, SCP, Service Hardware, SFTP, SMTP, Video Cards, VPN, Wireless Networking,
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How to keep your computer running well Part 1
Anti-VirusBy Daniel M. HeadSeptember 7, 2014 It’s no fun when your computer is running slow, or won’t perform a task it used to. Sometimes, you might have to call a technical support professional like me, to troubleshoot and repair the problem, but there are a number of very easy steps that you can take to keep your computer running smoothly. That’s what this My first suggestion is to download and maintain anti-virus software on your computer. Yes, this is for your own safety, but it’s also being a good neighbor. If your computer gets infected, it can be a door into your entire home or work network, which the bad guys can use to compromise more computers. Your computers can even be used to attack other ... View More