Craig's Newsletter Vol.24
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It’s our 5th Birthday this month and we’re celebrating! With      every new PC purchased during the month of July, we’re giving away a FREE one year subscription to Microsoft Office 365 Personal, a saving of $88. Take advantage of  this fantastic offer now! Get your FREE one year subscription here! 

FREE Webinar every Tuesday – Top 5 questions to ask before buying a new computer.

Upcoming schedule: Tuesday 25 July 8:00PM AEST

Some of the topics we will cover:

  • Will a desktop or laptop be better for me? How do I choose?
  • It won’t cost you the earth. Find out how to get a great computer that boots up in 10 seconds flat, that won’t break the bank!
  • You don’t want to be replacing your computer every couple of years. Find out how to take care of your computer to keep it running at optimum performance to make it last as long as possible

You’ll find out about all this and more. Register for FREE here

 The name 'Google' is actually derived from the mathematical          term 'googol' which is basically 1 with a 100 zeros following it

Some Fidget Spinners Are Exploding

Fidget spinners are everywhere. You probably own one, your kids probably own them, and even your pets have developed opposable thumbs overnight in order to get a piece of the action.

And now, just as the craze is peaking, there are reports of fidget spinners exploding. Because of course.

Fidget spinners have been around for a long time, with similar devices to the one everyone owns today invented in 1993.

However, it took until 2017 for fidget spinners to become a craze, and now, months after schoolchildren started playing with them, their stock is dwindling in value.

Read FULL article HERE
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Rip an Entire DVD to Your Hard Drive With These 5 Simple Steps


With the growth of streaming services like Netflix, DVD sales are slipping. It’s safe to assume that before too long they’ll have gone the same way as VHS and audio cassettes. Once that happens, DVD players themselves won’t be far behind.

Before we reach that point, it would be prudent to rip all your DVDs onto your hard drive. By doing so, you’ll be saving them for posterity; you’ll be able to watch them long after DVDs have been consigned to the annals of history.


Read FULL article HERE

Craig the Computer Geek Tech Tip Tuesday Episode #24

Craig the Computer Geek Tech Tip Tuesday Episode #24
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