Sometimes computer errors aren’t what they initially appear to be. This video will help you spot the difference between a legitimate blue screen error and malware masquerading as a blue screen error. It’ll also tell you how to stop such malware from permanently ruining your day by forcing you to erase everything on your computer and reinstall everything.
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If your computer is running Windows 7 or any earlier operating system like Windows Vista or XP then you should be getting a new computer as soon as possible. Wow Windows XP and Vista have long ago moved out of Microsoft extended support Windows 7 is set to do so after January of 2020. This means no security patches for you if you continue to use Windows 7. This video will go a little bit more in-depth as to what that actually means.
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This video is only about system restore. Creating a system restore point is very important because sometimes restore points are not made automatically and not having a valid system restore point on your computer can result in you not being able to restore your computer back to a stable state after and issue. Issues that can create an unstable state include but are not limited to malware infections, driver installations that go wrong and peripheral installation that go wrong. Check out this video and learn how to create your own system restore point to guard against system instability.
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In the most recent version of Windows which is version 1809 Microsoft has changed how the operating system handles your USB flash drive. In the old version of Windows if you plug in a flash drive in order to unplug it without risking data corruption you would have to click on the USB drive icon in the cyst tray and then click on safely remove Drive. In the new version of Windows all you have to do is unplug the drive They have sacrificed some speed with this move and your drive won’t be as fast but it will be more convenient to plug and unplug from your computer. If you want to revert a given drive to being faster at the expense of not being able to unplug it at will this video will tell you how to do that.
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This video will cover what to do if your automatic updating processes don’t install the latest version of Windows 10. You can change some settings in Windows update to try to get your computer to update to the latest version of Windows 10 but sometimes that is not sufficient to make it actually work. You may need to go to Microsoft’s website and manually complete the download. It’s very important that you do your Windows updates to protect yourself against malware and also to protect your computer’s Hardware against malicious attack. This video does go on for a while because it is a real-time video of a Windows update so you may want to skip past the part where nothing is happening except for the percentage counter going up. You can skip to the part where it has actually completed the download and I explain what has happened and what is going to happen by consulting the time marks that I have provided below. I’ve also provided links to the Microsoft website you will go to to manually do your Windows 10 update.
Download of update begins at 3:20 and ends at 12:26.
Installation of update begins at 12:40.
Installation of update ends at 1:18:26.
If you have any need of computer repair and you’re in the Memphis, Bartlett, Collierville, Cordova, Midtown or Germantown area please feel free to call me Dave Bensman, at Bensman Home Computer Repair at 901-830-4362. I can come to your home and fix your PC while you wait.
Hi there this video is all about avoiding a particular scam that is perpetrated Often by people overseas. If anybody calls you and they say they are Microsoft or they say they are Dell or they say they are the IRS or whoever they say they are. These people are scammers that are preying on people who are not as familiar with computers as they might be and they are to be avoided at all costs. Nobody cares about how your computer is running except for a technician that you have worked with in the past or have a relationship with. So just hang up on anybody that you don’t know who calls you up.
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This video covers some of the essential elements of Google Chrome how to use them to customize your browsing experience. Erasing your history, putting a home button on your toolbar, putting your bookmarks bar on your toolbar, and to make sure that unwanted extensions are not loaded into your browser they’re all covered in this video. If you have any questions about this feel free to give Bensman Home computer repair a ring at 901-830-4362. We specialize in in-home PC repair and maintenance in the Memphis area.