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« Thread started on: Dec 9th, 2015, 4:48pm »

On May 16, 2010, Chris Garrett (Win7user) created At first, it was called PCteks, but was changed to computer help and tech support in 2012. The forum never was a success, but it did achieve 3 regulars, Thump, Luke, and DallasCHVN (Dallas Cox). The forum nearly died after 2013, but in October of 2015, DallasCHVN found a link from WinWorld and decided to sign up. Dallas and Win7user quickly became friends and started emailing each other.

On November 11, 2015, Win7user sent a message to Dallas asking if they should get a new forum. Dallas searched Google and found ProBoards. He then created The forum started out as a failure, but when WinWorld shut off their downloads and told everyone to vent on computersetc, the forum started gaining members (and spam.)

As of December 9, the forum has 15 members. It is run by 3 admins (DallasCHVN, Win7user, and PiggyCHVN) 1 Global Moderator (Ramod) and 1 Moderator (Vanilla Minaduki.)

Both computersetc forums are online and we encourage you to join this crazy, funny, and friendly community of computer fans at
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