COMPUTER MAINTENANCE NETWORK & BACKUP CHECK

Tech Help LA - Request Tech HelpTech Help LA takes pride in focusing on the most important aspects of our customers operations pertaining to their computers and mobile devices. All computers need regular maintenance. The Internet although convenient and helpful, it also has a random malicious nature that can cause various problems for users and their devices.  

Our top priority above all things is to make sure that our customers know the importance of security and backing up their data regularly.


We highly recommend that you contact us to schedule a computer maintenance network and backup check appointment or a 5 minute phone consultation to speak to a tech about your current backup solution.

Microsoft Windows 10 Installing Automatically?

Microsoft denies claims that Windows 10 is being forced on Windows 7 PCs without asking users but many of our Windows 7 customers are reporting that Windows 10 is automatically installing on their PCs without permission. Tech Help LA has been getting calls trickling in all week that have been hit by this and users are extremely confused and shocked.

Nevertheless, we are aware of the matter and we are here to help. Feel free to contact Tech Help LA by phone (213) 986-5722 or email at support@techhelpla.com and schedule an appointment to address the issue if you are a victim of the forced upgrade or if you want to prevent the problem happening to your computer.

Tech Help LA - Microsoft Windows 10 Installing Automatically?


YOUR OPTIONS FOR WINDOWS 10

-> CONTINUE USING WINDOWS 10

-> REVERT BACK TO WINDOWS 7

-> PREVENT WINDOWS 10 UPGRADE

-> UPGRADE TO WINDOWS 10 

Chromebit – Tech Help LA

Chromebit – A full Chrome OS-based computer on an HDMI stick.Chromebit - Tech Help LA

The $85 Chromebit is a 75 gram (or 2.6 ounces) stick that you can plug into any HDMI port — whether that’s a regular computer screen or that large TV in your living room. It comes with 16GB of onboard storage (in the form of relatively cheap and slow eMMC storage) and 2GB of RAM.

Google – Chromebit Device

In many ways, it’s a larger, bulkier version of the old Chromecast stick. Just like that device, it comes with a dedicated charger, but unlike the Chromecast, it also features a USB port. The Rockchip-based Chromebit comes in “Cacao Black” and “Tangerine Orange,” but overall, it’s a pretty unassuming device that’s mostly meant to disappear behind your screen anyway (hence why I’m not sure why there is an orange version).

While most people will likely want to use a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard to connect to the Chromebit, the USB port allows you to plug in wired peripherals as well (and with a USB hub, you could even plug in multiple devices).

Because it’s a full Chrome OS machine, you can pretty much run any web app on it. It’ll let you play movies and TV shows from Google Play, Netflix or Hulu, just like any other Chrome OS device, for example.

You could probably use the Chromebit as a somewhat cumbersome media center in your living room if you wanted to, but it’s really at home in a school, enterprise, or maybe call center. As long as the work only involves web apps (or maybe a remote connection to a more fully-featured machine), the Chromebit is up for the job and can turn any screen into a usable desktop.

In the U.S., the Chromebit will be available at Amazon, Fry’s and Newegg (interestingly, Google’s usual Chrome OS partner Best Buy isn’t part of this initial list of vendors).

Contact Tech Help LA for more info on the Chromebit device.

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