Question of the Week * July 12, 2015
Dear --FNAME--,

In the Question of the Week email, I've only included a new computer sale offer one other time.  But, just like before, this is a great offer so if you're in the market for a new computer, you should check it out.

There's lots of other great info in this QOTW edition so I hope you'll take a few minutes and read it all.  Please feel free to share the email via social media and/or by forwarding in email.  Thanks.

Save $125
15.6" Lenovo Laptop Special

Here's a great 15.6" laptop from Lenovo with: 4 GB DDR3L SDRAM RAM - 500 GB HDD - DVD-Reader - AMD Radeon R4 Graphics - Windows 7 Professional 64-bit - 1366 x 768 16:9 Display - Bluetooth - Wireless LAN - Webcam - HDMI - 3 x Total USB Ports - 2 x USB 3.0 Ports - Network (RJ-45) - Headphone/Microphone Combo Port - 6.30 Hour Battery Run Time.

This laptop normally sells for $529.  Our setup is usually $94.50.  (Of course, there's sales tax on everything if you live in Florida.)  But, if you order in the next 3 days, we have this offer:  The computer for $429 and the set up for $69.50 - that's a savings of $125!  We have one of these in stock and we've committed to 9 more - that's 10 total for sale.  Plus, if you have us hang onto the computer until Windows 10 comes out on July 29, 2015, we'll install Windows 10 and have it all ready to go. 

But, you need to act in the next 3 days.  There are two ways to purchase: 1)  visit our store page and click on the laptop to purchase using a credit card or PayPal (just click HERE); 2) call us at 772-408-4425 and leave a message and we'll call you back to get your information. (Yes, we're on vacation but we'll help you with this deal anyway!)

This really is a terrific deal but it's only here for 3 days!
Our vacation continues!  We will be open on Friday, July 17th with normal business hours.  If you have an emergency, please call 772-408-4425 and leave a message or go to and fill out the form.  We will get back to you as quickly as we can and try to help you. 
Due to a technical difficulty, our June webinars had to be rescheduled for July.  These are both going to be exciting webinars.  Here's the info:
Monday, July 20, 2015 * 1:00-1:30 p.m.
Getting More From Your Email Client
If you use an email client like Microsoft Outlook or Windows Live Mail, you should definitely sign up for this webinar.  Just click HERE.
Tuesday, July 21, 2015 * 1:00-1:30 p.m.
Getting More From Your Web Mail
If you go to your email through a browser (e.g.,,, then this is the webinar for you.  Sign up today by clicking HERE.

Question of the Week
Question:  "I am so confused about 'the cloud.'  What is the difference between iCloud, OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.?  Which one should I be using?"
Answer:  First, we've all been using "the cloud" for a long time, it just wasn't called that.  The cloud is simply a server which stores our data.  We can access the same data from a variety of computing devices - desktops, laptops, tablets, and smart phones.  In the "old days" of computing, you only stored a data file (picture, document, video, etc.) on one device.  Then, if you were away from that device, you were out of luck if you needed the file.  With the cloud, instead of storing your files on your own machines, you store them on a server on the Internet, i.e., the cloud.  All you need to do is log in from any device and you'll have access to your files.

As for the difference between iCloud, OneDrive, etc., other than the free storage space you're given, there's really no difference.  These are just the names of cloud servers given by their owners:  iCloud - Apple; OneDrive - Microsoft; Google Drive - Google; DropBox - a private company.  All of these companies offer a generous amount of free storage space and also have the option to buy more space if needed.  These are not the only companies, by the way.  We also use Copy from and there are many more.

Which cloud service should you use?  The truth is, you can use them all, if you like.  At Keystone Computer Concepts, we use all of these cloud services.  By doing so, we can keep data separated by category and we can stay under the free space limit. 

If you're not already using the cloud, you should try it.  Just remember to save files to your cloud service instead of your computing device.  One safety note: these are your files in the cloud - protect with a secure password and don't use the same password for multiple cloud services.
Critical Update

Did you read and follow the instructions we sent earlier this week regarding the critical Adobe Flash Update?  If not, you can read it in our archives by clicking HERE