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Happy September!

Dear --FNAME--, 

Seminar
Our first live seminar of the season is THIS Saturday!  If you're here on the Treasure Coast, we look forward to seeing you on Saturday, Sept. 13th.  You'll find all the details below!

Joyce and I
Joyce and I want to take a moment to express our appreciation to all of our customers who responded to the news about the dog attack (and what happened) by sending cards, emails and flowers.  If you were one of those who did, we want to say "Thanks!"  Your caring and concern mean so much to us.  

Webinars
We have announced our two free webinars for September.   Please see below for all the info!

Remote Technical Support
If you're already a Remote Technical Support customer and recommend our service to others, please note the following price increase.  (Remember, this has nothing to do with renewal, it only affects first-time RTS customers.) 
If you are not a Remote Technical Support customer, I wanted to give you a heads-up and an opportunity to save on the first year purchase of our Remote Technical Support service.  If you're not familiar with it, you can read all about it HERE.  For many years now, the cost of the service has been $99.95.  Unlike many other remote services whose pricing is "per computer," our price covers up to three computers in the same household. Due to recent increases in the cost of the leasing of the remote software we use, beginning September 1, 2014, the first year cost has increased to $124.95.  However, if someone new calls us and uses the code QOTW, we will honor our former price of $99.95 until September 15, 2014.  After that, all new subscribers will join at the $124.95 price.  (Renewal years will remain at $84.95.)  If you are interested in a free demo of our Remote Service, we will be happy to give you a 30-minute sample if you log in on this page:  www.4kcc.com/remote.  Just put "trial" in the reason for logging in.  If you know anyone else who might be interested, please forward this to them.


Question of the Week
The question of the week is below.

We hope this week is off to a great start!  


John

 
 
 
 
 
Question Of The Week * September 9, 2014
 
 
 
 
 

Live Seminar

If you live on the Treasure Coast (Jensen Beach, Stuart, Port Saint Lucie, etc.), you're invited to our live seminar, THIS Saturday, Sept. 13th.  In this seminar, we'll reveal information about webpages with which you may not be familiar and we'll show you ways to use this new information to save time and frustration!

Our seminars are still only $8 per person and we'll have lots of "goodies" to go along with your coffee or juice. Also, we'll have some prizes to give away for those who stay until the end. Our seminar this month is entitled "Webpages Dissected." 

Remember, there's no need to sign up in advance, just join us and we'll take care of the rest. Here's all the info you should need:

When: Saturday,
Sept. 13, 2014
10:00 a.m.- 12 Noon  
What:  Webpages Dissected
Cost: $8 per person  
Where: Trinity United Methodist Church  
2221 NE Savannah Rd., Jensen Beach, FL  34957
(Click on the Church name for directions.)


 
 
 
 

Question Of The Week


Question: "I had a window pop up on my computer similar to the one above (ed. note: you can click on the picture to see a larger image.).  I wasn't sure what to do.  Should I be updating drivers on my computer?"


Answer:  If you were to search this question on Bing or some other search engine, you'd find computer techs who give a variety of answers.  I'm going to give you my own answer based on the fact that I've worked on computers since 1983.  My answer to this question can be summed up in one word: "No!"


Here at Keystone Computer Concepts, we only update drivers under two conditions: 1) we are setting up a new computer and have the computer in the shop; and, 2) when there is a distinct problem with a particular piece of hardware on a computer and updating the driver may fix the problem.


"Why not update drivers?" you ask.  There are a number of reasons.  First, and foremost, is that when you see windows like the one above, they are usually not from the hardware manufacturer but, rather, from some outside company trying to trick you into installing (and perhaps paying for) their software. This is a great way of allowing Malware onto your computer.  Second, driver installation can sometimes be tricky.  There are often various versions of drivers to install and, should you pick the wrong one, it's possible to crash your entire computer.


In summary, don't install any programs that want to update drivers and, if you have some hardware that's not working, check with us about updating the driver.



 
 
 
 
 

Free Webinars

We've announced our two free webinars for September.  The first webinar will be on "Using Google Earth" while the second is "Organizing Data Files (Documents, Pictures, Music, Videos, etc.)."


You can read all about these two webinars and sign up for them by visiting our blog page announcement HERE


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