Just Mousing Around Newsletter ~ Volume 19 Issue 4 ~ April 2020
301 E 1st St, Ste 7 ~ McCook NE 69001 308.344.8884 www.pcswepartner.com
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Professional Computer Services LLC
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Can’t find a convenient time for computer service? Let us help. If you've been putting off having some regular maintenance done (which we recommend once a year for most), your computer is running slow, or you’ve seen more popup ads lately and it never seems to be a good time to have it serviced, let us help. If you’re going to be away, it’s the perfect time to bring it in for service. While you’re gone, we’ll complete the service and have it ready for you on your return. You won’t even miss your computer. Call us at 308.344.8884 or stop by 301 East 1st St, Ste #7; let us make it easy for you.
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Quick Heal v18 now available! Quick Heal v18.00 update FREE for current subscriptions. For both Internet Security & Total Security versions. How do I upgrade to the v18 version? Upgrade at no charge. Go to Quick Heal Upgrades page http://www.quickheal.com/upgrade. Choose the download corresponding with your version of Quick Heal software. Visit the website for instructions.
(On Hold) Tai Chi classes in McCook !
Tai Chi classes in McCook. Tai Chi can be a positive start for your journey to improving health & overall well-being. Register for Tai Chi classes at MCC here. Or call the college at 345-8122
Questions? Email us info(at)pcswebpartner.com If you have a group that would like to have
a Tai Chi class please contact us as well.
Yes! We're at: 301 East 1st St, Ste #7 (Door north of Aphrodite salon entrance)
Customers with Windows 7 installed on their PC, please take note.
Support for Microsoft Windows 7 has come to an end. Microsoft announced that Windows 7 reached end of support Jan. 14, 2020.
Ok, I’ve decided to get a new computer. What if I want some of the data from the old one to the new one?
We can help with that. Over the years, we have helped numerous customers’ transition from an old computer to a new one. Give us a call or come talk with us at 301 East 1st St, Suite #7. We’ll try to help make this shift a little smoother.
If you would like to see more information regarding Windows 7 End of Support information you can visit Microsoft’s website: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/windows-7-end-of-life-support-information
Stop by our office and pick up a FREE booklet to share with kids: Heads Up: Stop, Think, Connect (for kids 8-12+) or Net Cetera: Chatting with Kids About Being Online for parents, teachers, and other adults who spend time with kids from last months newsletter. While supplies last, limited quantity available. Stop by our location at 301 East 1st St, Suite 7 door north next to Aphrodite Salon--yes, we moved!
From the Workbench....

Be well and have a wonderful day!
Since currently we are likely spending more time on our computers at home, for this month and next, we plan to do short tips on safe computing.

Tips for April

#1. Update the Internet browsers and software on your computer.

#2. Use up-to-date security software that offers multilayered protection.

#3. Change your Internet banking passwords at periodical intervals and don't share them.

#4. Never share your financial details on phone or email, even if the caller/sender seems genuine. Remember, people in cyberspace are not always what they seem to be. (Reminder Microsoft doesn't call you, you have to initiate the call)

#5. Keep passwords that have a mix of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, special characters, and are at least 8 characters long.

#6. Accept friend requests only from people you know and have met with in person.

#7. Treat an online stranger in the same way as you would treat a stranger in the real world.

#8. If you suspect that a message from a friend is fraudulent or strange, call or meet with the friend to discuss it.
Note: With this health event, we knew scams were likely to happen--
Unfortunately, scammers take advantage of our generosity. Spammers are taking advantage by sending fake emails from the World Health Organization, and other familiar names. There are even bogus fake charities, some use names that sound a lot like the real charities. Stay with the reputable ones. Also, be on the lookout for those robocalls that pitch everything from scam Coronavirus treatments or other schemes-just hang up, don't press any numbers as they suggest to remove you from list, it possibility could lead to more robocalls. Who wants more of those, said no one. :)
National Day of Unplugging day was March 6-7. Here's some conversation starters:
- for Adults here
- for Youth here
Happy Easter !!
Our hope is that everyone stays healthy & uses common sense. Keep positive. Wipe down your keyboard & mouse just as you would during flu season.We are taking measures to help customers, right where they are. Be well and have a wonderful day!