Lets's Talk Computers - CyberMedia
Broadcasting Computer News / Reviews - Since 1989
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On the air since 1989, Let's Talk Computers ranks as one of the longest-running computer radio talk shows.  Let's Talk Computers is broadcast via radio to stations across the United States and to colleges and universities everywhere. Any of our current and past interviews can also be heard anytime anywhere via the Internet.

You can hear Let's Talk Computers at any time, from anywhere in the world, over the Internet, using Streaming Media. You can listen in to the "insider" conversations, covering the latest innovations, hardware, and software and how they affect you.

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July 11, 1998 Show:   Topic: What Does it Take to Upgrade to Windows 98  Guest: David Perry

What do you need to do before you install your new copy of Microsoft's Windows 98? Indeed, what do you need to do when you install programs that make any type of radical change to your system? Be sure to listen to David Perry from as he goes over the things you need to keep in mind and do to make your new install stress free.
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January 3, 1998 Show:   Topic: Emergency Utilities  Guest: J. J. Schoch

Our first guest this week is J. J. Schoch, Product Manager for First Aid from . Make your operating system lean and mean with CyberMedia's First Aid 98 Deluxe.
Listen To CyberMediaJanuary 3, 1998 interview
January 4, 1997 Show:   Topic: First Aid for the Computer  Guest: J. J. Schoch

Listen To CyberMediaJanuary 4, 1997 interview
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