Dear Maverick Solutions, I just wanted thank you for your purchasing, installing and trouble shooting my new computer. It was very important to me to have a machine that would work with all my existing devices. Your recommendations worked out perfectly. Also your quick response to my numerous emails as well as in person consulting, [...]
To date, Maverick Solutions has advocated that most of its clients continue using Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, despite the release of later versions of both client and server operating systems. However, in the coming year or two, we need to begin to reconsider this position. The biggest reason we have recommended the continued [...]
A lot goes on during the summer to prepare for the first day of school; to help ensure that important issues aren’t overlooked, here’s a checklist of items to complete for the start of each new year.
Now that you’ve identified what parts of your PC need to be upgraded, you need to decide how to deal with it. Some issues can be overcome by minor upgrades, but others aren’t worth the cost or trouble, and are an ideal opportunity to replace the PC.
Maybe now it’s finally time to upgrade your PC, but what should you upgrade? The whole system? Just some components? When faced with limited resources, we have to make decisions about the best ways to employ them. How can you tell what to do?
Would you like your school to be on the cutting edge of technology, inexpensively? After lackluster public opinion of Windows Vista, Microsoft went back to the drawing board and expedited development of their next operating system, Windows 7. It has not yet been released to the general public, but I’ve seen a demonstration of it. [...]
I think I’ve just found a cheap (if not free) way to upgrade an APC Back-UPS ES 350 to an ES 500, roughly doubling its power output or standby time. Inside the battery compartment is a plastic grid that limits the size of the battery that can be installed therein. If you go at the [...]