Since 1995, Computer Talk with TAB has been live on the air at one of Hartford’s premier radio stations, WTIC New Talk 1080 AM. Today, you can hear them on 1080 AM, simulcast on 96.5 FM HD 2, and anywhere on the Audacy app.
Join our hosts, Erik and Dennis H., every Saturday between 9:00 and 11:00 am as they solve, in real-time, the caller’s most challenging computer issues. If you have a computer question, get involved by calling the show at 1-860-522-WTIC! You can also e-mail them during the show at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t forget to check back here during the show; our live links are updated in real-time by Mike G. These links reflect what has been discussed on the show.
What can Erik and Dennis help you with? Almost anything! From computer hardware to software and everything in between. Do you have a question about WiFi? They can help! Do you have a printer question? Do you have an issue but are unsure how to explain it? Call the show! The guys will do their best to solve your issue or point you in the right direction.
Are you looking to begin a career in IT or upgrade your IT skills? ITPro TV is a great place to start. They offer classes on everything from fundamentals to dedicated learning paths for System Administration. Their courses are fun and engaging!
Each month TAB will host a 10-15 min segment with an edutainer from ITPro. During this segment, they will talk about training and even provide some tips!
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Computer Talk with TAB has been recognized nationally by two different organizations specializing in media and broadcasting: dotComm Awards and Talkers.
Click the picture below to view the dotComm Award.
Here are the links from the most recent show. If you’re on this page during the show, you may want to refresh it often to stay up to date with the links.
Windows Update accidentally renames all printers to HP M101-M106 on Windows 11, Windows 10 [Windows Latest]
News focus: Cyber-attack hits conveyancing firms – what lessons need to be learned? [Law Society Gazette]
Secretive White House Surveillance Program Gives Cops Access to Trillions of US Phone Records [Wired Magazine]
Adobe sells fake AI-generated Israel-Hamas war images – then the news ran them as real [The Register]
New iPhone 15 Pro overheating reports: Still too hot after iOS 17.0.3 and fresh issues arise after the update [ZD Net]
Someone tried to poison a Florida city by hijacking its water treatment plant via TeamViewer, says sheriff [The Register]
EPA flushes water supply cybersecurity rule after losing legal fight with industry, states [The Register]
Microsoft removing third-party printer drivers from Windows Update benefits everyone [Windows Central]
Woman scammed into converting $15K into Bitcoin sparks legal battle between crypto kiosk manager, McLennan County Sheriff’s Office
Woman scammed into converting $15K into Bitcoin sparks legal battle between crypto kiosk manager, McLennan County Sheriff’s Office [KWTX-TV]
Microsoft Bug Allowed Hackers to Breach Over Two Dozen Organizations via Forged Azure AD Tokens [Hacker News]
Producers allegedly sought rights to replicate extras using AI, forever, for just $200 [The Register]
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