By: Blaine Williams In our modern age of technology, it’s no secret that the blue light being emitted from our computer screens can be harmful to our eyesight. What’s less apparent is the negative effects that blue light exposure can have on melatonin production and REM sleep. In recent studies, scientists have found that prolonged…

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By Kate O’Neal Speaking from personal experience, and some of you who use docking stations can likely sympathize with me, there is nothing more frustrating than when you undock your laptop to take it to a meeting, and after the meeting, you quickly close your laptop because you’re in a hurry to get back to…

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How to Choose a Laptop for Your Student | Network 1 Consulting

By David Gracey The oldest of the three Gracey offspring graduated from high school recently and will be heading off to college in the fall.  Over the years, numerous people have asked me for purchasing advice, but this is the first time I’ve experienced buying a laptop for a college-bound student myself.  Like years past,…

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How to Find and Remove Large Files on Your PC | Network 1 Consulting

By Richard Stokes I love learning new tricks and shortcuts, and this is exactly what today’s tip is all about. Do you really know – I mean, really know – what’s sitting on your hard drive that’s probably not needed and is consuming way too much space? Well, you will now. Here’s a shortcut to…

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by Tony Rushin Microsoft may have gotten it right with the Surface Pro 2 – at least in one category: replacing your laptop.  Last year Microsoft introduced Windows 8, the Surface RT and the Surface Pro – all of which took off like a lead balloon.  Windows 8 was confusing and clumsy and the Surface…

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