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Welcome to our resources page. We want to help you solve all of your computing questions and keep you protected from online threats.  We understand that the Internet can be a dangerous place, frequented by annoying spammers who can turn your computer against you, and dangerous phishers who try to steal your money, or even your identity, by monitoring your Internet activity and prying into your hard drive.

With new threats showing up every day, and new scams to try to trick you out of your money or your confidential identifying information, we want to make sure you have a list of resources to help you stay ahead of online criminals. In doing so, here are some resources you might find useful.

Often, by working to restore your computers performance it is possible to enhance your system to a “better than new” working order. This requires assistance from a number of prominent resources, and for this we offer links to the below websites where you will find invaluable information, resources and software.

Below is a list of references to keep you in the know and help optimize computer performance:

- PC Guide: (www.pcguide.com) This website is one of the most popular places on the net.  Connect with other users and delve into the technical world of your PC!

- PC WORLD: Enter the computing center of the popular website About.com.  Troubleshoot your hardware devices, plug in applications and much more here.

- pcAholic: (www.pcaholic.com) Here you learn everything there is to know about your PC.  They indicate and detail common areas and have many articles you can reference for great tips.

- Everything computers: (www.everythingcomputers.com) The name says it all.  These guys troubleshoot systems from way back to Windows 95.  Every year they compile a thorough database featuring the latest computer systems.

- PC WIN: (www.pcwin.com) This is your headquarters for PC downloads.  Stay up to date with all the software and drivers required to keep your PC going. 

-Tweaks: (www.tweaks.com) Here you will find several tricks to keep your computer running like a champ.  This site stays current with information on advanced operating systems like Windows Vista.

- Webopedia: (www.webopedia.com) This is the spot for novice PC users.  Make yourself familiar with all the technical terms and definitions in the computer world. 

- PC mag: (www.pcmag.com) The ultimate magazine for PC lovers has made its way online.  Find out about the best anti-virus programs and learn proven security tips.  This website gives troubleshooting advice by some of the industry’s experts.

- Techrepublic: (www.techrepublic.com) This site has been deemed the primary resource for PC professionals.  Stay current with tips through their frequent downloads, blogs and webcasts.

- TECH SUPPORT ALERT: (www.techsupportalert.com)  Here is the ultimate resource center for your PC.   Find helpful tips and tricks to optimize performance with a vast amount of informative articles. 

- pcMechanic: (www.pcmech.com)  Learn everything you need to know about motherboards, sound cards, hardware drivers and more.  This website gives you the latest product reviews with some of the most informative user forums on the net.

- help.COM: (www.help.com) This is a great resource to get technical assistance for various operating systems, hardware devices and software.  Get solutions to all of your agonizing problems here. 

- Secure Programming.com: (www.secureprogramming.com)   When you’re looking to protect your operating system this is the site to visit.  Learn proven methods and all the latest codes to keep your computer safe. 

-About.com: Visit PC World, the online computer resource of this popular information website. A wealth of information including how-to’s on troubleshooting your hardware and plug-ins.

Everything Computers: www.everythingcomputers.com helps you troubleshoot software and hardware through their extensive database, compiled an organized each year all the way back to Windows 95.

Help.com : Troubleshoot your problems or get answers to your computing questions at www.help.com. Find technical assistance for hardware, software, and a variety of computing systems.

PC Guide: The highly popular www.pcguide.com connects you with other PC users to help you solve an array of technical difficulties with your PC.

PC Mag: The online version of the hottest PC magazine around. At www.pcmag.com you can learn how the industry experts troubleshoot problems, read about the latest Internet threats, and discover new PC safety tips.

PC Mechanic: Read the latest product reviews or learn how all of your hardware works at www.pcmech.com. The site also includes a helpful user forum.

Privacy Rights: At www.privacyrights.org, learn how to reduce junk e-mail and review their helpful anti-spam resources and tips.

Secure Programming: This site offers all the help you need learning how to protect your operating system against all of the latest threats. Visit www.secureprogramming.com for valuable safety tips.

Spam Abuse.net: An Internet resource since 1996, www.spamabuse.net has been noted as one of the top anti-spam sites on the Internet. Read the latest spam and spyware news from around the world, as well as many useful help tips.

Webopedia: For newer PC users, www.webopedia.com defines all of the technical terms and lingo used by knowledgeable computer users, and provides a wealth of basic information to get the novice user up to speed in the computing world

Tucows: www.Tucows.com is known as one of the leading sites offering freeware and shareware titles. They rate, test and maintain a database of over 45,000 titles.

About.com: Visit PC World, the online computer resource of this popular information website. A wealth of information including how-to’s on troubleshooting your hardware and plug-ins.

Everything Computers: If you need assistance troubleshooting hardware or software issues, the extremely comprehensive www.everythingcomputers.com database can help you, whether you have Windows 95 or Vista.

Help.com: For solid answers to your computer and internet questions, www.help.com is a great resource.  You can search for information pertaining to your software, hardware, and a wide range of computer systems.  

PC Guide: If you use a PC, then the popular guide www.pcguide.com keeps you networked with other savvy PC users.  Whether you have a novice question or an in-depth inquiry regarding PC programming, you can find answers to all of your technical difficulties at this website. 

PC Mag: PC Mag is available on newsstands everywhere, helping computer users everywhere.  Now this knowledge is at the power of your digital fingertips with the online version of the magazine.  Visit www.pcmag.com to learn more about industry expertise, ways to troubleshoot your pc flare-ups, and to stay ahead of all the news pertaining to internet malware and scams. 

Safe Surfer: A great way to protect your kids and help them learn to stay safe online is www.safesurfer.org.  Through friendly video games, easy tips and tricks for computers, and advice for school, kids have fun on this site – as well as learn valuable knowledge for staying safe. 

Secure Programming: This site offers all the help you need learning how to protect your operating system against all of the latest threats. Visit www.secureprogramming.com for valuable safety tips.

Webopedia: For newer PC users, www.webopedia.com defines all of the technical terms and lingo used by knowledgeable computer users, and provides a wealth of basic information to get the novice user up to speed in the computing world