How can we meet the news of a customer who has legacy software needs? Recently Jared faced this issue where a customer wanted to run an older version of Windows but also wanted a new system with older port options.
BIOS and CMOS issues are rare, but when they happen, they can be challenging to replicate and repair. Learn how Jeff helped one customer solve these issues on a workstation not purchased from Puget Systems.
While the entire world has been in quarantine for the last few months, many of us have had to stay home with our kids out of school. For some, that means we’re working as they’re doing school work, or enjoying some of their free time online.
I spend a good portion of my time speaking with customers. Many times, they just recently took delivery of their new computer, and they are getting acquainted with it. For some, this is their first experience with Windows 10 because they came from the Mac or an older version of Windows.
One question I get asked often is: Where can I find good training on Windows 10?
The Ford Mustang, Apple’s iPhone and pretty much any Harley Davidson bike are a few products whose design is debated and aggressively deliberated among fans. Even the slightest design or spec change can send fans running for social media to discuss and debate. It’s dangerous business messing with a classic.
When you tell people your favorite Mustang is the ’65 Fastback, you’re drawing a line in the sand between the classic and the new. You stand for something and can defend your position. In fact, you probably search for opportunities to defend your choice.