SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive Review

Looking for an easy way to transfer files between your PC and Android device or vice versa?  There are many ways to transfer; SanDisk has created an easy solution with the SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive. The thumb drive has a standard Type A USB 2.0 plug on one end, and a Micro-B USB 2.0 more »

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On February 13, 2014, posted in: Blog, Mobile, Uncategorized by

How to Turn Off Notifications for Individual Android Apps

Want to take control of what applications you’re receiving notifications for?  Is there an app that is annoying you with a constant interruption? This guide from Techverse will help you take back control of these interruptions. Step 1: Go to your phone’s Settings and navigate to the Apps or Application manager option ( Differs with more »

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On February 7, 2014, posted in: Blog, Tips by

Dell Venue Pro 8 Review

Dell Venue Pro 8 Review from The Dell Venue Pro 8 tablet features a full version of Microsoft Windows 8.1 in an 8-inch tablet so you can enjoy the advantages of a full version of Windows without the bulk.  The tablet features excellent battery life and performance for a great price. CPU: Quad-Core Intel more »

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On February 6, 2014, posted in: Blog, Tablets by

Build an Ergonomic Home Office

  Whether you’re at the office or work from the comfort of you home, you need to make sure to be comfortable.  Sitting in front of the computer screen for 8 or more hours can be very strenuous on your body & mind.  Here are few things to think about when setting up your home more »

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On February 5, 2014, posted in: Blog, Ergonomics by

Attitude Is Everything

“The longer I live, the more I realize the impact of attitude on life.  Attitude, to me, is more important than facts.  It is more important than the past, than education, than money, than circumstances, than failures, than successes, than what other people think, say or do.   It is more important than appearance, giftedness more »

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On February 4, 2014, posted in: Blog by

Here’s some Windows 7 Tricks:

11 Windows Hidden Secrets and Tricks t

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On January 21, 2014, posted in: Blog, Windows 7 by

Email Scam – Bank of America

Got the following email just the other day.  It cought my eye because that same day I did login to my BofA account. Here a few simple ways to tell if the email is real or not: 1. The senders email address is “” – shouldn’t the email come from The recipient’s email address more »

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On July 17, 2013, posted in: Blog, Prevention Tips, Scam, Spam by

Useful Windows shortcuts for increased productivity

I’m not a huge fan of the mouse, I find inefficient, sometime inaccurate, but fore most: slow.  Using keyboard shortcuts can help productivity and eliminate frustration.  Below is the list of my most used Windows keyboard shortcuts.  Open or close the start menu – <windows key> Switch to a last open window – <alt>+<tab> Open more »

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On June 5, 2012, posted in: Tips by

Computer Repair Orange County

Dear Friends, Apex IT Orange County Computer Repair has recently embarked on an exciting and aggressive Internet marketing campaign designed by In order to maximize our marketing efforts, our marketing team has asked us to contact you and ask for your help. By providing a rating, or a review, of our services on the Internet’s more »

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Network name is no longer available Win 2008 host Win XP guest on VMWare Server

A law firm in Long Beach CA who is using VMware Server to host 3 virtual Windows XP machines called me to troubleshoot an odd networking problem.  They were experiencing network problems when transferring larger files over the network.  The problem would occur when trying to copy or save a larger file from the guest more »

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On August 24, 2011, posted in: Vmware by