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Introducing the Family Plan

  Introducing the Family Plan Save up to $180/yr* Overview We’re here to support you with all of your PCs, tablets.  Green Dragon Tech Support is the knowledgeable resource that will support your computer, laptop, or tablet software issues for the length of your...

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Google Docs Phishing – Be Careful!

Many may already know there’s a Google Docs phishing email going around containing a link from what appears to be someone you may know. We have gotten numerous messages to our company mailboxes containing these links. If you’re not familiar with what phishing is,...

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Ransomware Now Sold As A Service

You’re heard of software like Microsoft Office and Photoshop being sold as a service, now the creators of ransomware are getting in on the action, offering customizable ransomware as a service to hackers on the dark web. Would-be hackers who want to spread the malware...

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Bluetooth 5, CCleaner, & Viking I

Bluetooth 5 Spec to Be Announced In an email sent by the Bluetooth SIG Executive Director, the Bluetooth 5 spec has been planned to be announced on June 16, and promises to improve in many aspects over existing Bluetooth technologies. Not much is known about what will...

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How to Clean Up and Optimize your PC using CCleaner

CCleaner is one of the best and free PC cleanup and optimization tools around. Clean up your system temporary files, Internet temp file, and cache files. Also, see how you can utilize the System Registry cleaner as well as managing your system Start-Up programs. Also,...

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Twitter Passwords, Browser Bookmarks, & Microsoft

Possible 32 Million Twitter Accounts Now Vulnerable Before we go into any detail, we would just like you to know that now would be a good time to change your twitter password, if you have one. News of this “hack” seems to have come from a strange website called...

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Machine Learning Chips, SSDs, & the TI Speak & Spell

Google Reveals Their Secret To High-Performance Machine Learning Google has made quite a few advancements in the field of machine learning, with one of it’s more recent endeavors being capable of beating a professional human player at Go, a game notorious for being...

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Can I Delete Windows.old Files?

“On the last update of windows 10, it installed a folder on my hard drive called Windows.old. Can I delete that? I’ve tried but it doesn’t go away.” The Windows.old folder contains files for your previous operating system. In the case of Windows 10, these files allow...

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Driverless Cars, Battleborn, & Ethernet

Driverless Cars It seems that more companies are beginning to take cues from Google and their “driverless cars.” Baidu (a.k.a. “the Google of China”), for example, has announced that they want to deploy autonomous vehicles by around the year 2020 (roughly the same...

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How To Get Search Results Faster in Google Chrome

Searching through Google is sometimes hit and miss. Often times you’ll see Google ads at the top of the Search Results before you see your actual results. Today, I’ll show you how to find direct searches from your favorite website! Watch this little video so you can...

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Revo Uninstaller, Hitman, & Pixar’s Tin Toy

Broadband Competition Worse than Ever Efforts such as Google Fiber have given people hope that the monopolies of US Broadband might have finally been coming to an end. Unfortunately, however, it seems that things have only continued to get worse. Fixed-line broadband...

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Revo Unistaller – Safely Remove Programs

Revo Uninstaller We've been using Revo for years and one of the best free Windows programs we've seen. It does a noticeably better job than the product's built-in uninstaller. Revo can uninstall a program without the need to monitor its installation. It works by...

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Apple vs. the FBI, Far Cry Primal, & The First Tweet

Apple Refusing to Compromise iPhone’s Security, Even for the FBI Apple has now been in a month-long battle with the FBI over refusing to build a backdoor into the iPhone, and things are only getting more heated. The conflict actually originated back in December of...

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