With Governor Kemp closing schools until at least April 24th, if you haven't ordered a graduation sign for your kids, this might make it impossible for you to get one in time for graduation! Let SOHO Office help you! Although our retail side is closed, we are still available via phone (770-352-3434) and email (email@example.com)…Read more
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Desktop Computer & Screen For Sale
Spring Cleaning in the Age of COVID-19 A few years ago I built this gaming desktop for one of my kids. It's got some great specs and it's for sale since he bought himself a gaming laptop and never uses this anymore. He is selling the whole thing for $400. I built it in a…Read more
Windows Defender Fake Emails
This is to let you know that you may get an email that directs you to call an 833 (1-800) number to talk to someone about Windows Defender renewals. It is FAKE. Do not call, write, etc. This was forwarded to me from two customers today. If you have any problems, please email me, thanks!Read more
Dunwoody PC’s response to COVID-19/Coronavirus
After Tuesday (March 17th) lunch-time, I will be suspending onsite visits and switching to a remote support model until the threat of COVID-19/Coronavirus subsides. Should you need help (and remember, you'll need working Internet for this), please send your requests via EMAIL to me. (Do not call, text, Twitter, Facebook, Nextdoor, etc). Once we have…Read more
Passwords Drive Me Crazy!
Finally, I am starting to see a wave of websites use a secondary level of password security to help secure accounts. This concept called two-factor authentication, multi-factor authentication (collectively, called 2FA) works great. You try to log in on a new device and your phone or tablet will display a one-time code that you have…Read more
The “Sweet Spot” of Laptops
Right now, a perfect combination of RAM (how big your brain is) and storage (how many books are in your library) is 8 GB RAM and 256 GB SSD (SSD stands for solid-state drive - a vastly superior storage technology over a traditional hard drive). Costco has been selling configured laptops with 15.6" screens for…Read more
Windows 7 – What’s Next?
By now if you're still running Windows 7, you've gotten all sorts of messages about upgrading to Windows 10. You need to. You're not going to be just susceptible to malware, you'll be susceptible to vulnerabilities in Windows 7. You can download Windows 10 for free. Go here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 Upgrading can be a pain. Here's…Read more
Start the New Year Off Right With the Proper Approach to Passwords
Passwords - "What are they good for? Absolutely nothing." (with apologies to Edwin Starr and Elaine Benes) Over these last few days, I have received a bunch of calls from people that thought they had gotten hacked (they hadn't - just an annoying advertising pop-up window in their web browser), those that weren't sure if…Read more
Two Very Important Updates (Apple and AT&T/Bellsouth)
Apple Updates Apple has released iOS 13 for your iPhone and will be releasing it for the iPad shortly. DO NOT UPDATE TO iOS 13. Apple loves to have it's customer base be final beta testers. They are notorious for having a very buggy first release. Please wait for iOS 13.1 to arrive Tuesday, September…Read more
Windows 10 Migrations
January 14th is getting closer. If you've got a Windows 7 computer and it's working well, you might want to try to upgrade your existing computer to Windows 10 and forego buying a new computer. If you do the upgrade, everything on your computer stays as is; printers, files, emails, browsers (except for Internet Explorer,…Read more
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