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Chris Smith's latest post reminded me of an awesome Chrome Extension I am using with Facebook. Its called Noppl, its free, and it blocks a LOT of needless stuff from your FB Feed if you are using Chrome.
To add to Patrick's last post. We put this on every WP site we touch for security purposes. Its a rock solid solution for security at the site level. (also free) http://wordpress.org/plugins/better-wp-security/
I hate to sound rude, but telling Debra to get a Mac doesn't solve her current issue. Let me see if I can answer your question. 1. Any computer purchased from BBY is available for a return within 30 days from the purchase. After that it falls back on the manufacture warranty. This should be covered for the year. What it probably doesn't cover is your data recovery. 2. I would recommend you asking for the bad drive back and have a REAL tech hook it up to a computer and pull the files off of it, if possible. The cost for this should be maybe $60/hr and only take an hour or less to determine if this is possible. 3. If you don't need the files and you just want a functioning laptop, let Toshiba replace the drive and send it back to you. This shouldn't cost you anything out of pocket. Tammy Emineth is correct on both counts. BBY sucks when it comes to service, but since they did not do anything to help you, you should be entitled to a full refund. If you also have the laptop now, the best way to fix your issue is to work directly with Toshiba at this point.
Virus free since 2003! Funny thing is I am using Windows 7 and Microsoft Security Essentials. If you are moving away from Windows, then I agree with Chromebook. If these PCs are just used for the office, its an easy solution.
$7,000 a month on Adwords for a painting company!?!? I would have advised him right away to dominate his Google Plus Local market and make sure that things like Yelp are updated as well. Reach Local is probably whom he was doing business with, they are notorious for doing big budgets without much direction or customer-client communication.
I use BackupBuddy and HostGator for all of my clients and have no issues whatsoever. HostGaator would probably port it over for free. One thing I will say is GET OFF OF JUSTHOST IMMEDIATELY. I don't know if you read my blog at all but the issue I had with being hacked a few years back was when I was with JUSTHOST and they are perhaps the worst I have ever encountered. I can't stress this enough. Get a good host and use good software. If you skimp you are begging for trouble.