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a store that sells computers to the small businessperson or personal user

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Meanwhile the theft of the photos has angered readers of the paper, who demanded that the computer store be named and shamed and the government take action to close any loophole allowing the shop to steal personal photographs.
Several antivirus software programs (costing between $30 and $60 each), available in computer stores, locate and remove viruses from your computer.
To find these system operators, or SysOps as they are called, agency personnel can check the technology section of the local newspaper and talk to managers of computer stores.
Out of all that work came the Writer's Computer Store, selling both computers and all the software that screenwriters and other scribes might want, along with classes to explain how to use all this newfangled tech.
The computer store industry includes video game stores.
Goodwill will sort it for reuse or recycling, and equipment that meets certain standards will be refurbished and resold at Goodwill's computer store at 4914 NW Loop 410.
The Southern California probe stretched from Sherman Oaks to Orange County and involved a computer store, a suburban Monterey Park warehouse and several area banks, court records and interviews with detectives reveal.
The sad truth is if you try to take your computer into a computer store for repair, they usually try to sell you a new one, regardless of how easily solved the computer problem is," says Aron Leifer, CEO of ComputerHelp.
When the consumer had problems with a bootleg copy of Windows XP Pro that was installed on it, they took it to a local computer store and found that the laptop they purchased was stolen from that store two weeks prior.
Pete Wilson recalled the death of Murray and Hugh Scrutton, a Sacramento computer store owner believed killed by the Unabomber in 1985.
Because of the increased risk of viruses and inappropriate material presented in both spam e-mails and pop-up ad windows, Panicware has seen a huge increase in both Internet and retail computer store sales.
All you have to do is walk into any computer store and you will know what confusion really means.
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