Yahoo Mail is down right now, and scammers will take this opportunity to call you and say they're with Yahoo and log in to your computer - don't fall for it!
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Real-time overview of problems with Yahoo Mail. Is the service down or do you have problems logging in? We'll tell you what is going on.

We will have limited hours this week due to the flu affecting some of our staff. Please call us at 271-8539 to make sure we're at the office if you'd like to come by. Have a great week!

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Peggy Zielinski Moffitt
· February 7, 2018
My computer started freezing up. A friend refered me to Double Click Computers in Denham Springs. I brought it in and within just a couple of hours I found out the hard drive was failing. Luckily it h...adn't completely crashed. The team at Double Click Computers installed a new hard drive, reinstalled programs and moved all my files to the new drive. They kept me informed of the progress and I didn't lose a thing!!! You guys rock. See More

Wishing the happiest of birthdays to our fearless leader, Joshua Henderson! And the happiest of half birthdays to our favorite assistant, Jensen Henderson! Sorry, Jon Henderson, no shoutout for you today.

We're back at work, but that doesn't mean we have to leave behind the Christmas spirit! Who else is still feeling festive?? 🎄❄️🎅🏼🎁

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Have you ever seen this kind of popup? There's usually a popup box similar to the one pictured, saying things like "your computer is infected" and "your hard drive is going to be erased", always accompanied by a number to call. Sometimes when they really want to scare you, there will be an audio recording saying that your data will be erased unless you call the number.

If you call the number, the "technicians" will log into your computer, "fix" the issues, and... charge you up to $300. They may also infect your computer or install software that gives them remote access to your PC.

These popups do not mean your computer is infected at all. Websites outsource their ads, and those ad networks are what get hacked by scammers, and they create popup ads that look like virus alerts.

So, what do you do when you get these popups? Often times it will prevent you from exiting, so you'll have to force it to quit. To do that, simultaneously press Ctrl + Alt + Del, select Task Manager, highlight your web browser (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, etc.), and click End Task. You may want to run a virus scan just to be safe.

If you've fallen victim to this scam, let us check your PC for malicious software that may have been installed.
If you're ever unsure or think you might be infected, call us and we can help you out!

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We will be closing at 1:00 tomorrow, and will be closed Thursday and Friday for the holidays. We will resume our regular hours on Monday. Happy Thanksgiving! 🦃

Remember to change your password on a regular basis

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Computer sushi... has science gone too far?

Would you eat this?? 🤔

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If your computer freezes, don't stress! Let us fix it for you!

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We've all been there 😫

Double Click Computers is with Jon Henderson and Joshua Henderson.

I wonder why people always mistake them for each other!

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Just a little tech humor to brighten your Monday!

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We are helping a friend sell her late husband's 13" Macbook Pro. We removed all the data and installed OS Sierra fresh.
Asking $500 OBO.
Core i5 2.5Ghz
120GB Hard Drive

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We will be closed Monday, September 4, for Labor Day. Have a good weekend!

Is your important data backed up? Send us an email and we will schedule a remote session for this weekend to check your backup, at no charge. First come first serve, please email us and make sure your data is safe before the hurricane gets here!