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Entry Level Computer Jobs, Employment in Los Angeles, CA

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Pasadena, CA 91101 (South area)



$19.17 an hour

  • We are looking for coachable, enthusiastic, and dependable people who want to enter the field of personal training.
  • Generate client and staff referrals.


California Professional Group

Los Angeles, CA



$13 – $19 an hour

  • Computer Technician Apprentices also install and update software packages, and create and maintain computer networks.
  • Friendly and courteous at all times.


M.K. Diamonds & Jewelry

Los Angeles, CA 90014 (Downtown area)



$20 an hour

  • Data entry: 2 years (Preferred).
  • We are seeking an IT Associate, to support and perform in-house troubleshooting, understanding the needs within the IT Network.


G.B.T.,INC.

Industry, CA 91748

Related: 2 years

Bachelor’s

  • We are looking for a junior level Field Applications Engineer with some server IPC networking background.
  • Troubleshoot systems using Windows/Linux.



$50,000 – $65,000 a year

Microsoft SQL Server: 1 year

Microsoft Excel: 3 years

  • Junior level
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BYOD Computer Services – 82 Photos & 215 Reviews – Data Recovery – 611 S Catalina St, Wilshire Center, Los Angeles, CA – Phone Number

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611 S Catalina St
Ste 203

Los Angeles, CA 90005


(213) 880-3315


BYOD once again comes to the rescue of a hard drive in distress. I had lost nearly a TB of important data when my HDD had become completely unreadable. Noel took a look, and even though it required some extra special work, he was able to recover everything! Given the state of the hard drive damage, BYOD gave me a great deal as well! Noel continues to live up to his reputation as one of the best in SoCal. Friendly service, very thorough, real professionals. Thanks, BYOD!


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Noel is the best in L.A. This is my second time doing business with him. My Laptop bit the dust and he was kind enough to not only be honest about my hard drive being damaged and not worth repairing,

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When Should You Shut Down Your Computer?

It’s probably not what you’re expecting.

There are pretty much two types of people in the world: Those who shut their computers down every night, and those who close their laptops without turning them off. You’ve probably heard mixed messages about which one is better for saving energy and keeping your hardware up to snuff, so we’re here to set the record straight.

Most computers have three levels of low-power states when they’re not in use: sleeping, hibernating, and shut down.

In sleep mode, your computer shuts down portions of itself but saves a snapshot of what you were doing so you can get right back to where you were, says Geek Squad Agent Derek Meister. Hibernate mode is similar but shuts more things off for deeper sleep and less power. The main difference you’d notice is the time it takes to boot back up, says Brad Nichols, a technician

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L.A. store owner sees shop looted on livestream computer feed

What Lindsay Pierce saw on her security cameras Saturday night made her ill.

After hours of being glued to the TV news, she’d turned her focus to her computer, where she could monitor her Melrose Avenue business, Wax, through security cameras.

She wanted to keep an eye on her store as protesters continued to move through the Fairfax District. The 33-year-old has owned the store for a year, but the business has been around for more than a decade.

About 11 p.m., she said, three young men darted inside after windows of the glass storefront were shattered. They immediately moved to the business’ internet router and disconnected it, cutting off Pierce’s connection.

“I started sweating. I got sick to my stomach. I was just thinking, ‘Please don’t light it on fire,’” Pierce said Sunday morning as friends and workers cleaned up the vandalized business and cleared the sidewalk of broken

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My Computer

Updated: 11/16/2019 by Computer Hope

Windows My Computer, Computer, and This PC

My Computer is a Microsoft Windows feature first found in Windows 95 and included with all later versions that allows you to explore and manage the contents of your computer drives. The image shows examples of the My Computer icon in Microsoft Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7, as well as the “This PC” icon in Windows 8 and in Windows 10. Although the name has changed, “This PC” still has the same functionality as “My Computer.”

How to open My Computer

In all versions of Windows, pressing Windows key+E opens My Computer (Explorer). Your computer’s drives are listed under the “This PC” section on the left.

or

  1. Get to the Windows desktop and open Start menu, or navigate to the Start Screen if you are using Windows 8.
  2. In earlier versions of Windows, after clicking Start, select My Computer. Or, on the desktop, double-click
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What is a Computer?

Updated: 12/30/2019 by Computer Hope

Desktop computer, laptop, 2-in-1 PC.

A computer is a programmable device that stores, retrieves, and processes data. The term “computer” was originally given to humans (human computers) who performed numerical calculations using mechanical calculators, such as the abacus and slide rule. The term was later given to a mechanical device as they began replacing the human computers. Today’s computers are electronic devices that accept data (input), process that data, produce output, and store (storage) the results.

Computer overview

Below is a picture of a computer with each of the main components. In the picture below, you can see the desktop computer, flat-panel display, speakers, keyboard, and mouse. We’ve also labeled each of the input devices and output devices.

Desktop computer

History of the computer

The first digital computer and what most people think of as a computer was called the ENIAC. It was built during World War II (1943-1946) and was designed

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computer | History, Networking, Operating Systems, & Facts

Computer, device for processing, storing, and displaying information.

Technician operates the system console on the new UNIVAC 1100/83 computer at the Fleet Analysis Center, Corona Annex, Naval Weapons Station, Seal Beach, CA. June 1, 1981. Univac magnetic tape drivers or readers in background. Universal Automatic Computer

Britannica Quiz

Computers and Operating Systems

Which of these relates to a computer?

Computer once meant a person who did computations, but now the term almost universally refers to automated electronic machinery. The first section of this article focuses on modern digital electronic computers and their design, constituent parts, and applications. The second section covers the history of computing. For details on computer architecture, software, and theory, see computer science.

Computing basics

The first computers were used primarily for numerical calculations. However, as any information can be numerically encoded, people soon realized that computers are capable of general-purpose information processing. Their capacity to handle large amounts of data has extended the range and accuracy of weather forecasting. Their speed has allowed them to make decisions about routing telephone connections through a network and to control mechanical

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What is a Computer? Webopedia Definition

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By Vangie Beal

A computer is a programmable machine. The two principal characteristics of a computer are: It responds to a specific set of instructions in a well-defined manner and it can execute a prerecorded list of instructions (a program).

Modern Computers Defined

Modern computers are electronic and digital. The actual machinery wires, transistors, and circuits is called hardware; the instructions and data are called software.

Computer System

All general-purpose computers require the following hardware components:

In addition to these components, many others make it possible for the basic components to work together efficiently. For example, every computer requires a bus that transmits data from one part of the computer to another.

Computer Classification: By Size and Power

Most people associate a personal computer (PC) with the phrase computer.  A PC is a small and relatively inexpensive computer designed for an individual

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