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I’ve been writing short articles on this page for more than ten years. The bruceb news page has become a useful collection of computer tips and technology news and analysis.
- Yesterday it was a short explanation of why older Windows XP computers should probably get a memory upgrade.
- Last week I called attention to a fascinating article about the Conficker virus that might deliver a devastating worldwide attack on April 1.
- I’ve just written recommendations for security software and I’m in the middle of a series about backups, including some new technology that you probably don’t know about.
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