One of our long-time clients, Julie @ Repeat Street, is expanding her consignment store. We're building a new MiniPeep computer system...
The most common complaint I hear about computer systems is, “My computer is slow!” It’s Time for an SSD...
One of the most-common causes of issues with consignment software, is running it on an "unclean" system.
AOL is reporting a massive data breach which affects a "significant amount of users". AOL is recommending users change their passwords immediately.
A very common browser hijack/search redirect, Conduit, has a little bug in its uninstaller. If you attempt to remove Conduit via Add or Remove Programs, it is rendering Windows XP machines unbootable.
We'd like to see as many consignment and resale stores start 2014 out on the right foot. Here are 7 tips to help better-secure your computer systems.
Liberty's new Send Mail "feature" does not work unless you install and/or configure additional software.
Let's get right down to it - Symantec's Norton Internet Security is horrible antivirus software and it flat-out does not work. Let me repeat that - Norton Internet Security is horrible antivirus software and it flat-out does not work.
The new version of Windows - Windows 8 - is officially available to consumers as of today. With many people still running Windows XP, which is now 11 years old and reaches its end of life in 2013, Windows 8 is not the version of Windows we recommend running out and buying. For anyone running Liberty, as of right now Liberty is not compatible with Windows 8.
Consignment store owners turn to The Computer Peeps for hardware because they know they can get the exact system they need, without paying through the nose. Your consignment software vendor simply cannot compete with the level of detail we put into our system configurations.