Question of the Week * December 11, 2015
 
 
 
 
Dear --FNAME--,

If you live on the Treasure Coast, we invite you to be with us for our December seminar tomorrow!  See below for all the details.

We still have a few computer specials available.  Scroll below to see what they are. Keep in mind, these are limited quantities as marked and will be sold on a first come, first serve basis!  They would make excellent holiday gifts!

If you're still thinking about upgrading to Windows 10, or if you have and you're struggling, we invite you to watch our four Windows 10 webinars.  You can view them as many times as you want and they are free!  You'll find them listed at the bottom of this page:  www.4kcc.com/webinars.

Just a reminder:  if you're a Windows Vista user, you really need to think about upgrading.  There are so many limitations with Windows Vista now and the operating system is old enough that you are really losing out on the advantages of a newer, faster computer. 

Please consider sharing this email via social media and/or by forwarding in email.  Thanks.

John
772-408-4425
877-651-3939
www.4kcc.com
 
 
 
 
 
 

December Seminar
December 12, 2015
10:00 a.m.-12 Noon
Our December seminar is tomorrow!  If you live on Florida's Treasure Coast, we hope you can join us.  The cost is still $8 per person.  The seminar is entitled "Ho, Ho, Ho!"  With the holidays almost upon us, we're going to continue our exploration of picture taking, saving, fixing and sharing.  It should be an awesome seminar and we hope you can join us. 
When:  Tomorrow, Saturday, December 12th * 10:00 a.m.-12 Noon
Where:  Trinity United Methodist Church
                2221 NE Savannah Rd
                Jensen Beach, FL  34957 *  Get directions by clicking HERE.
 
 
 
 
 

Question of the Week
Question:  "I upgraded my Mac to the El Capitan operating system and my computer isn't running well.  I'd like to go back to the Yosemite OS.  Can I do that?
Question:  "I upgraded my Windows machine to Windows 10.  I liked my old OS better.  Can I revert to my previous version?"
Answer:  As you can see, this week's question is a dual inquiry-one from a Mac user and one from a Windows user.  Although they refer to two different Operating Systems (OS), both customers are asking the same question.

Before you upgrade to a new OS, you should always investigate first.  Find out from knowledgeable people what they have experienced, assuming they've upgraded.  Additionally, you should always check with us before you take the leap.

Had the two customers who asked our questions checked with us first, we would have shared our experiences with them.  For instance, for the Mac, we've found that customers with Mac with less than 8GB of memory (RAM) have had slowness issues after upgrading to El Capitan.  For Windows users, we are asking them to watch our four webinars on Windows 10 before upgrading.  So many questions about Windows 10 are answered there.

Now, to specifically answer these questions:  for Mac users, going back to Yosemite is not an easy task at all.  For most users, you would need to hire us to do the work for you and that would cost between $100 and $125.  If slowness is an issue, if your Mac allows it, you'd be better off to just add more memory.

For Windows users, Microsoft has made going back to the previous OS pretty easy - for the first 30 days.  After that, there's no rolling back.  However, we have had a number of customers who have gone back to the previous OS and wound up with problems.  Downgrading - that's what it's called when you go from a new OS to an older one - carries risks and should never been done without a legitimate reason.  

One final thought on this subject: don't downgrade because the new OS it "different."  Newer OSs are always more secure and, in today's world, security is #1 on the list.

 
 
 
 
 

Here are our computer specials!

Lenovo 15.6" ThinkPad Laptop - 4GB RAM, 500GB Hard Drive, Windows 10, DVD-Writer, Webcam, AMD Processor, HDMI Output, 6.3 Hour battery life, Full One Year Warranty Was $529; reduced to $459 and reduced for this special - $399 One only.

Lenovo 14" ThinkPad Laptop - Windows 10, 4GB RAM, 500GB Hard Drive, Webcam, AMD Processor, HDMI Output.  (Please note: these units have no DVD/CD Writer/Player.) Full One Year Warranty.  Was $499; reduced to $429 and reduced for this special - $379.  Two units only.

Acer 14" Travelmate Laptop - Windows 10, Intel i5 Processor, 4GB RAM, 500GB Hard Drive, Webcam, HDMI Output, DVD Writer. Slightly used, (Customer decided to get a different unit.)  6-month warranty.  Was $699 reduced to $629 and reduced for this special - $499.   (Note: This is a 14" unit WITH a DVD writer and the Intel i5 processor - those two features alone make this a great deal.)  One Only!

The "fine print" is here:  
All computers are taxable unless you reside outside the state of Florida, then there will be a $25 charge for shipping.
All computers are set up and ready to go, however:
The sale price does NOT include transferring data from an old computer.
The sale price does NOT include setting the computer up in your home.
Quantities are limited as listed above and no additional computers will be sold at these prices.
 
 
 
 
 
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