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Beginners Guides and Q&A

Just a short post to let readers know that over the next few weeks I'm going to publish articles on 22hundred.net for newcomers to the IT world. I'm going to try to clearly explain the terms and as much as possible use clear English. Over the last few weeks I've watched TV shows and read articles about the dangers of the Internet but none of these have actually tried to give people proper step by step advice on how to stay safe. I'm also going to answer some questions users may have regarding their current PC, new PC and future PC's. Stay tuned for the first article and please feel free to submit any ideas or questions you may have. Since graduation I've worked almost exclusively in Microsoft products, from a development position and also helping friends and family to setup their systems, so I hope I can help with your queries.

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