All computer owners eventually face a moment when their systems stop working as needed. For example, they suddenly can’t access the internet, programs run slowly or freeze, a virus wreaks havoc or merely their battery stops holding a charge. Many people who have little repair knowledge incorrectly believe that they can’t afford professional help and follow the amateur...Read More
Almost every business in this era uses computers. With computers, comes data. And with data, comes the need for a robust backup system.
Especially as record-keeping moves from paper to digital systems, backing up said records becomes a critical component of running a business. If a computer breaks, the records will still be available elsewhere. Depending on the type of business, customer data,...Read More
Updates. We all hate them as much as we anticipate them. Microsoft has really stepped it up with Windows 10, however, in the form of regular bundled updates. These updates are code-named Redstone 1 through Redstone 5 at current, with the 4th being due for release any day. If all goes as planned, the update will be released April 10th.
Known as the Windows 10 Spring Creator Update, the most...Read More
Exciting NEWS — Computer PRO Unltd. is moving!!!!!
Computer PRO Unltd., the IT division of Executive Assistance, Inc., will relocate to 1475 Fairgrounds Rd., Ste 118 in St. Charles Missouri on February 19. CPU specializes in Managed IT, Remote Services, Networking, Repairs, and Computer Sales. The parent company, EAI, has provided executive support to customers nationwide from its...Read More
Windows 10 was supposed to be the end all of the bug fixes for the oft times problematic Windows suite. However, if you upgraded and are still experiencing issues, you aren’t alone. Fixing issues caused by Windows 10 updates can be a pain.
It’s a quality upgrade, truthfully, but no update is without bugs. There’s always a chance that any upgrade might wreak havoc on your system or cause some...Read More
On May 12th of 2017 a ransomware attack known as WannaCry was unleashed in Europe and spread worldwide in epic proportions. By May 24th 2017 more than 200,000 people in 150 countries were held hostage by this malicious attack. Surprisingly, the WannaCry developers shed a few tears of their own as they are reported to have made little more than $50,000 from the scheme.WannaCry...Read More