DogGoneComputer?  Do you own one?   Maybe you do…

Possibly you paid good money for your computer for its supposed “pedigree”.  The puppy mill computer seller you bought it from promised help raising it, training it – promised that it will become your trusted and always ready friend.   You felt comfortable with your computer purchase and rightfully expected it to perform because it’s from a line of champions – computer names that are always in the forefront of tech news; trend setters.  And you planned to win with this puppy, taking you both to pinnacles of peak computing performance.

Or maybe you bought a no-name mutt from a friend who needed money and no longer had an affectionate relationship with his computer and you felt good about rescuing it from the scrap heap.  All you wanted, anyway, was a companion to go to the Internet with and meet some friends.

But, just like with doggies, hopes, expectations and warm mushies have a way of morphing into other realities when you arrive home with your new companion, ready to begin a new life together.  What you thought was going to be your low maintenance, faithful friend, work mate or fun cyber companion – has become an “animal” with a seeming mind of its own.  It might have chewed up and destroyed that document you worked days on for your big sales presentation; or it went out for an “update” but now refuses to come back at all; or you suddenly find it is hanging out with some rogue rascals and causing you serious security challenges; or it just refuses to follow commands, taking its good old time to respond to any of your requests.

So, now that you think you own a DogGoneComputer, what can you do about it?  Well, there are lots of possibilities to answer that question – some costly but unnecessary and some cost effective and practical.  At DogGoneComputers, we believe that “A computer, properly trained, can be one of man’s best friends.”

And that is what this blog is dedicated to doing – offering strategies, tips and best practices that will help your computer get out of the dog house and go from being a DogGoneComputer to a DogGoneGreatComputer……

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Carolyn Horne
    Aug 13, 2013 @ 15:22:29

    Excellent information, excellent read. I enjoy reading every blog and usually learn something I didn’t know or am reminded of something I have forgotten. I am very thankful for this resource. It is most helpful. Thank you for sharing!


  2. David Szafranski
    Jul 19, 2013 @ 20:14:21

    I love the blog. I love the way the info is delivered. Even I can understand it. Keep it up.


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