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Welcome to our new home page! We hope that you like the new look that we have come up with. If there are things that you would like to see added, please feel free to click on the contact us link in the top right hand corner and e-mail us with suggestions. We look forward to you coming back and seeing more updated things on our new web site.  Some things that will be coming in the future are discussions on blogs, 64 bit, and computer history.  Thanks for visiting!

MicroSystems Engineering has been serving the Kokomo, IN area since 1981. We continue our pride in serving all of your computer needs today, and look forward to providing for your computer needs in the future. We have strived to build an effective web site that will assist in your computer purchase from MicroSystems Engineering, however, if you purchased a computer elsewhere, please feel free to look around for tips and hints for your computer system. We look forward to serving you and your computer!


Virus Update In todays' world of viruses we need to all protect ourselves from not only viruses, but also from spyware that can be installed on our machine. These items can both get on your machine in various ways, including from e-mail, web pages, downloads, or files from other people. Click above for software to assist in the removal of these items. Some can be difficult and might require professional removal.

Drivers for Computers Most people just load an operating system without taking the time to load the individual drivers for their system. Loading drivers can be a little hard unless you are real familiar with your hardware inside the computer. Click above to see a listing of some of the common web sites used to obtain the latest drivers used for computers. Please use only if familiar with the hardware inside your computer.

Turn Off Computer? You are doing everything you can to cut back on energy costs.  Is it more energy efficient to put your computer in sleep mode or repeatedly turn it on and off?  According to experts at the Department of Energy, computers in sleep mode use about seventy percent less energy than what is used when a computer is awake.  If you plan to leave your computer for longer than two hours, you should shut it off.

Upgrade or Buy New Computer Typically, we would recommend if replacing two major components inside a computer, we feel the customer is better off to replace the computer. The technology in computers is changing on a daily basis, and if one upgrades more than two major items it is better to upgrade the entire computer system. The good news is that monitors, keyboards, mice, and speakers can be used with a new computer system, to save the customer unneeded cost.

Cable versus DSL Service Many ask for recommendations on cable modem or DSL service, when upgrading from dial-up service. There are two basic differences between the two types of service. Cable modem service is slightly faster than DSL service, however most will not be able to tell much difference between the speeds. The other major difference is that DSL service is usually cheaper in most areas.  Please be sure to check with local providers on pricing.

Backing Up Data The best way to keep your data safe on your computer is to regularly back up your data. Even the best computers in the world have failures that are unpredictable, and with redundant data one can recover any lost data. The easiest way today to back up your data is to place the data on a recordable DVD. Be sure to ask us about our other back up options for businesses or those with critical data.

MicroSystems Engineering, Inc. - 347 South 400 East, Kokomo, Indiana 46902 - Phone 765.452.2859 - Fax 765.454.9859 - E-mail: mse@microsys-eng.com

Updated on August 27, 2009