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Seagate 500 GB Internet Speed PMPL Broadband Antivirus Windows Defender + MBAM Browser Firefox Other Info Dell Studio 15" Laptop
Don't make the I.T. Person mad....... The ones I checked on really happened......... even if this is a humor site:
5 True Stories That Prove You Shouldn't Piss Off The IT Guy | Cracked.com
What is going on? Can this person hack me? So, my wifi router has been hacked into, and someone is leeching off my connection. I try to catch him and pull the plug on him when I can, but that strange notebook still keeps appearing in the network.
My trouble isn't with someone using my connection as such but with my files. File and...
Are you a materialistic person ? In other words, do you need possessions and "toys" in your life in order to bring you happiness ?
I think before in the past I was more materialistic compared to today. Don't get me wrong I still like my "gadgets" and whatnot, but I realized that there's more to life than those things.