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SIGNS - PRINTING – DESIGN

SIGNS - PRINTING – DESIGN

Mattgrafix, your local specialist for signs, printing and design would like to inform the latest offers: Rollup exhibition stand 200x85 cm, from €79 (valid for 3 units) or one at €99, Graphic & transport bag included. Artwork, delivery and IVA not included. Offer available while stocks last! Hurry. Please contact Matt on 966 265 074 or email matt@mattgrafix.com Please visit our website for all the latest offers www.mattgrafix.com Address: Workshop : C/. Chipiona 18, Urb. Blue Lagoon, San Miguel de Salinas -03193 Alicante. Open: Monday – Friday 9-18 hrs.   Appointment advisable.
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Are you infected?

Are you infected?

The DNSChanger Trojan. - July 19th is said to be the "Internet doomsday" for PC and Mac users who have not taken steps to ensure that their systems are not infected with DNSChanger malware. About 100 rogue DNS servers were shut down last November and alternative DNS servers had to go online to take their place.  This was for the benefit of all those already infected with the DNSChanger Trojan so they could function normally.  These alternative DNS servers will be shut down on July 19th. Domain Name System (DNS).  DNS is a protocol that enables computers on a network to exchange data.  A DNS server is part of a database ...
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Selective Startup may not be all that selective after all ..

Selective Startup may not be all that selective after all ..

Windows PCs, running in “Selective Startup”  indicate that the facility is used incorrectly which can lead to problems.  The Microsoft System Configuration Utility – or “System Configuration” with Windows 7 – was intended to be a diagnostic tool.  The System Configuration utility can help identify problems that prevent Windows from starting correctly.  It can be used to disable not only programs at startup but windows services and more complicated boot parameters. Why is it incorrect to leave the program disabled? When a program is removed, the uninstall process expects to find the ...
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