HEARTBLEED INTERNET INSECURITY, BUT WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

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14 May, 2014 News & Events Add new comment

Security online is something that everyone should take seriously, but what do you do when the very tools that are meant to ensure your security and privacy end up being insecure?

LAUNCH OF OUR NEW LOOK WEB SITE

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18 September, 2013 News & Events Add new comment

We've updated and refreshed our web site, so now you can find out more information about the services that Basingstoke Laptops can offer both home and business computer users thoughout Basingstoke and Hants. It's been a while in the making (and we are still not quite there) but the new BasingstokeLaptops.com website will go live on 1st January 2014.

Christmas Opening Hours - Basingstoke Laptops

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20 December, 2014 News & Events Add new comment

May we wish all our customers old and new a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Please note we will be closed for the Holidays see below for our Christmas Opening Times:

Don’t trust Microsoft Scams - but feel free to waste their time

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14 May, 2013 434 times Scams Add new comment

I got a call the other day from Bill Gates. Now, ordinarily, that would be quite an exceptional thing for a small repair company; while it’s been a number of years since Gates stepped down from the role of CEO (and effective public “face”) of Microsoft, he’s still a prominent figure in the tech industry.

CHECK US OUT ON FACEBOOK!

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15 December, 2013 Social Media Add new comment

In case you haven’t noticed, Basingstoke Laptops has a Facebook page (check it out here), If you “like” us on Facebook (which basically means you become “friends” with the site), you’ll be able to keep track of updates on the blog on your Facebook feed, as well as being able to interact with us on Facebook (comment on articles, etc).

KEEPING YOUR LAPTOP BATTERY HEALTHY

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18 May, 2013 Hardware Add new comment

The most commonly observed bad battery practice is laptop owners plugging their laptops in as soon as they possibly can and being very nervous if their battery indicator shows that they have power less than 50%. In the long term this will lead to a couch potato battery and this should be avoided. In order to prevent this, the battery needs to have a good workout now and then...