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08-Aug-2012, 03:29 PM #1
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Hi everyone,

I'm glad I've found this forum, I can tell just from looking at a few posts their are some very knowledgeable folks here.

I've been using computers since the Commodore 64 came out. My phone has more computing power than my first five computers, combined. When I filled out my profile, I marked intermediate, but after reading some posts, I'm not so sure. I can usually fix a problem by Googling it and seeing who else has had and fixed the same problem. I'm pretty good with the hardware, but not so much on digging down into a process or feeling secure in messing with the registry, at least on my own.

The signal to noise ratio seems pretty good here, I think I'll learn much.

Harold

PS. I am in a Google Fiber 'hood, we'll be getting it sometime next year. Not gloating, but I am doing the happy dance.
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09-Aug-2012, 02:54 PM #2
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