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May 2021 - The Art of Troubleshooting -- eBits n ByteZ -- Issue #017
May 02, 2021
Welcome To The eComputerZ Monthly Newsletter
The Art of Troubleshooting Computer Problems
Hello everyone, and welcome to the May 2021 edition of the eBits n ByteZ newsletter. I hope this finds you well.
Let's get straight in to it. The introduction video is in progress and all being well, should be ready for next month's newsletter.
I've published two new articles in the last month. The first article describes how to troubleshoot computers like an IT professional, and the second article describes the common computer problems we experience and suggests how to resolve them.
Take a look at each article by clicking or tapping the links below.
Computer Troubleshooting Techniques
Common PC Troubleshooting Answers
The Ultimate BIOS Update Guide Reminder
A quick reminder to download the Ultimate BIOS Update Guide if you have not done so already.
If you have downloaded and used the guide, I would like to hear what you think about the guide, whether it helped you sort your issue or not, and where you think it could be improved.
Send me an E-Mail. I would love to hear from you.
Subscribers only can download. If you are reading this and haven't subscribed, go to Subscription page and sign up!
The eComputerZ Census 2021 Reminder
Another quick reminder to complete the eComputerZ Census for 2021, if you haven't already done so.
It's only 3 quick questions, and it will provide me with great insights in to what you would like to see on my site.
Click or tap the link or button below to complete.
Did You Know....
On the first Thursday of May it is #WorldPasswordDay
Its purpose is to promote better password habits, which we could all improve on if we are honest enough.
Passwords are the gatekeepers to our digital lives, such as banking, online shopping and social media.
Take the World Password Day pledge by undertaking the following actions:-
I recommend you enlist the help of the eComputerZ strong random password generator service.
Thank you for taking the time to read this month's newsletter. If you need any help or support, or would like to get in touch for any reason, please do so.
The plans for May include developing a new tool which I think you will find very useful. Keep an eye out for that.
In addition, I am looking to a revamp of the Random Password Generator Tool template, so it looks more a part of eComputerZ.
I am also considering expanding the 2010s Computer History section. It is something I have been looking forward to for a while now.
Until next time, take a moment to review my social media platforms. Feel free to like or follow.
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