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Microsofts Free Antivirus Hits 2 0

February 09, 2015
Microsoft Security Essentials has been out for about a year now and recently MS has taken the wraps off the 2.0 version of the product. Deeper integration with Windows Vista and Windows 7 Firewalls and a brand new heuristics engine are under the hood. In testing we have found it to be competitive to other...Continue Reading ➞

Beware Bad AVG Update On 64 Bit Windows 7

February 03, 2015
On December 1st, 2010 AVG sent out an update that has a few issues with 64bit Windows 7 systems. The problem causes a “blue screen of death” when the system starts with the following message: STOP: c0000135 The program can’t start because %hs is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix this...Continue Reading ➞

Google News Aplenty

January 30, 2015
We’re really excited to see Google’s efforts in the OS space with the upcoming Chrome OS. It looks like a compelling product for the light internet user. If priced right, it could be a great companion to a home desktop or larger laptop. Nevertheless the speedup in the browser and the app store are enough...Continue Reading ➞


January 27, 2015
A nice article about our new location by the Killingworth-Durham-Middlefield Patch Somewhere around the holidays, the computer superheroes will land in Killingworth – not by sleigh but in the unmistakable bright yellow and boxy Toyota Scion. Nerds to Go will also have a more stationary presence in Killingworth Village with a retail location. Nerds to Go...Continue Reading ➞

Beware The Latest Facebook Scam App

December 18, 2014
Trusted security firm Sophos is reporting in their blog that a malicious Facebook app is spreading through the wild. The app promises to let you see who has been looking at your profile, instead it lets the app creator see personally identifiable information about you and your friends. We’ve seen malware spread this way before...Continue Reading ➞

NerdsToGo Was Mentioned In The New York Times

November 28, 2014
Q&A  By J. D. Biersdorfer Published: June 1, 2006 Microsoft Sets Sail Against Pirates Q. This just started about a week ago, but every time we start up we get a message saying, ”This copy of Windows is not genuine” and ”You may be a victim of software counterfeiting.” What can I do? Is this...Continue Reading ➞
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