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New Indian Grocery Store in The Mission

Indian Spices & Groceries is now Hot in The Mission

A new Indian store is now heating up the Mission District! Indian Spices & Groceries is one of Kahl Consultant's new clients. They are located at 3265 22nd St near the City College of San Francisco. They just opened July 2019, and are offering 10% Off during their Grand Opening during the month of July.

Word Word Word, Word is the Word

Word Documents

So are you still paying money for a text editing program such as Microsoft Word?

Most PCs come with a free version of Microsoft Office which includes Microsoft Word but typically you only get you a trial version. You can try for free and then you have to buy it. Most computer users are better off switching to a free open source text editor, and LibreOffice is the current cream of the crop. In 2019 LibreOffice is the preferred alternative to Open Office and Word.

Computer Recycling in Marin

Computer Recycling July Marin Green Drinks

EwasteCollective to Speak at Marin Green Drinks

Do you have any unused computers in your office or at home? Every commercial and residential establishment have been using different electronic devices daily, but what happens if they get old or outdated? Discarded electronic products such as computers, TVs, microwaves are called e-waste. What happens to e-waste and how it affects the environment? E-waste contains different kinds of toxic and hazardous chemicals that are harmful to us.

How Often Do You Change Passwords?

Change Password

How do you protect your computer from hackers? The first step, use good passwords and change them annually! When was the last time you changed your passwords?

Your computer stores a lot of information about you: bank accounts, social media, private and work emails and plenty of other sensitive data. Keep your data secure from hackers! Kahl Consultants advises clients to change passwords at least once a year.

How to Create a STRONG Password

Still using the classic "123456" password? If yes then, you're not secured at all because according to CNN there are 23 million users with the same password!