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The Ultimate Solution to Data Backups – Featuring Synology and BackBlaze

By on November 11, 2017

In today’s world, we’ve heavily transitioned from physical documents to electronic ones that are stored on electronic media. We’ve become so reliant on our digital lives that it would be near impossible … read more →

The 2016 Tech Support Forum Christmas Gift Guide

By on December 4, 2016

Christmas songs are being played on the radio, the decorations are being hung, and the spirt of Christmas is settling in. As the days tick down to December 25, it’s time to … read more →

How to install TeamViewer 11 in Windows 7, 8, and 10

By on October 30, 2016

Do friends and family ask you to sort out problems on their machines, or do you need access to colleagues’ computers? Do you wish you could do it from the comfort of … read more →

A Guide To Port Forwarding

By on June 16, 2016

What Is Port Forwarding? Port forwarding is an instruction given to your router which tells it what it should do when it receives a packet from the internet addressed to port X, … read more →

How to clean your system from all display drivers

By on May 14, 2016

A computer graphics card is the component that produces a graphical or video interface which is then displayed onto your screen. Like a USB thumb drive, graphics cards require a connection to … read more →

The 2015 Tech Support Forum Christmas Gift Guide

By on December 19, 2015

Each year, families come together to sit in front of the lit up Christmas tree and watch the enjoyment people have on their face’s as they open their highly anticipated gift. The … read more →

TSF Hardware Team’s Recommended Builds – 2016

By on December 12, 2015

Welcome to the 2016 Recommended Build Guide Custom Intel and AMD PC Builds Outstanding Quality, Outstanding Performance, Outstanding Value   For those interested in building their own computer, please visit our 2016 … read more →

How to Find Your Missing Drivers

By on March 26, 2015

When installing a new operating system, you may run into the problem of missing drivers. Drivers in Windows are how devices, like your video card or USB ports, communicate to the operating … read more →

How to perform a MemTest86 Test

By on March 21, 2015

MemTest86 is an easy-to-use DOS test that can help determine whether or not your memory (RAM) is failing. This test will work on desktops, laptops and notebooks and will test all types … read more →

TSF Hardware Team’s Recommended Builds – 2015

By on January 1, 2015

Welcome to the 2015 Recommended Build Guide Custom Intel and AMD PC Builds Outstanding Quality, Outstanding Performance, Outstanding Value   For those interested in building their own computer, please visit our 2015 … read more →

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