The Personal Computer Show on WBAI
By Joe King, Hank Kee
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The Personal Computer Radio Show is on Wednesday nights at 8PM ET on WBAI in New York City. The hosts are Joe King, Hank Kee and David Perry.
||CleanJuly 13, 2016 Show||Windows 10 free upgrade ends at the end of the month. Upgrading to Windows 10, falling back and then upgrading again - Hank suggests doing an image save after the upgrade and using a Restore Point to restore the older version of Windows in the first 30 days. There is no such thing as a 1TB flash drive for $9. Joe had an adventure with a Windows PC that would not boot up after a power outage. A beta of MacOS is now available. Smart watches can leak PINs. Google My Activity. Hank on backup.||13 7 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanJuly 6, 2016 Show||No phone calls because there are no phone lines at WBAI any more. July 29th is last day for free upgrades to Windows 10. Goodbye to Tekserve, the original Apple Store in New York City. The service center will remain open until July 31st, the retail store closes August 15th. Industrial 3D printers from HP are 10x faster than consumer models. HP opens a new office in Canada. The Tesla crash. The future of Seagate and Western Digital. Flash memory prices. An Android smartphone bug is triggered by voice commands. Scam phone calls. The Fisa court turns down nothing. What to look for in a remote backup storage service.||6 7 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanJune 29, 2016 Show||Release history of Windows 10. Changes to the Windows 10 free upgrade rules. Dealing with OneDrive files when a Windows PC is sent out for repair. Changes in next version of Windows 10. Judge rules FBI can hack any time, any, place, anywhere. Net neutrality. Joes cellphone problems. The show will be pre-empted during the conventions. Fast.com. No listener phone calls.||29 6 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanJune 22, 2016 Show||Hello World. Macrium Reflect Free is a disk imaging program that saves hidden partitions. Charter halts Time Warner Cable Maxx speed upgrades. Cable set-top boxes. Going back to Windows 7 or 8 after an unwanted Windows 10 Upgrade. Making pulled or used hard disk drives usable. David Perry on keyboards. Listener phone calls.||22 6 2016||Free||View in iTunes|