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Milwaukee PC - Radio Show Podcasts
The Computer and Technology Show sponsored by Milwaukee PC, was a popular, weekly, Saturday morning, talk show, running 12 years, from 10-01-2001 to 12-28-2013, broadcast on WISN 1130AM radio, streamed on the Internet, and available as an audio/Podcast archive on this website.
The show served to promote Milwaukee PC's offerings, and as a public service to listeners. The show had a live, call-in, question and answer format, in which experts, including James Lisowski, Jason Reuschlein, and others, solved common computer, Windows (from XP to 8), software, networking, phone, tablet and other technology problems, provided tips and good practices, security, malware and, product info, along with the latest tech news events of the week, much of which are still useful for novices and experienced users alike.
We thank all of our listeners and customers for their comments, and for tuning in each Saturday, and invite the public to learn from, and enjoy, our past show audio archive. Of course, you can still get expert answers and help with your technology questions, by calling or visiting the Milwaukee PC stores!
If you are unable to view the files/recordings below, please see the additional information below.
Milwaukee PC's audio files do not contain any DRM protection so feel free to share them with family or friends.
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A note about using the audio archive web page: Please use Internet Explorer or Firefox, as other web browsers may not display the page properly. You may have to install Java, from www.java.com . Choose a year from the list, then tap/left-click a show date (blue weblink) to play the show, or, Right-click a show date, and choose Save As, to save the MP3 audio file on your computer, to play it later.
Note: You may have to add the webpage to Internet Explorer's Compatibility View settings to display the page properly: In Internet Explorer, open the web page that you want to fix, then click the Gear Icon/Tools menu, in the upper right, then choose Compatibility View from the list. Click the Add button, to add this web site to the Compatibility View list, then click the Close button. Close Internet Explorer, wait a few seconds, then open Internet Explorer and go to the desired web page, and this time, it should work. Tip: This technique also fixes many other webpages, such as email pages, where the buttons do not work, or page does not display properly!
Or, in older versions of Internet Explorer, open the web page that you want to fix, then press the ALT key at the bottom of the computer's keyboard to display the menus at the top of the window, choose the Tools menu, then choose Compatibility View from the list. Click the Add button, to add this web site to the Compatibility View list, then click the Close button. Close Internet Explorer, wait a few seconds, then open Internet Explorer and go to the desired web page, and this time, it should work.
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