Tech Gurus answers your computer questions.




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Series cast summary:
Leo Laporte ...
 Himself - Cohost / ... 9 episodes, 2000-2003
Patrick Norton ...
Daniel Hanttula ...
 Himself - Guest 7 episodes, 2000-2001
Laura Foy ...
Adrian Lamo ...
 Himself / ... 5 episodes, 2002-2003
 Himself - Co-Host 4 episodes, 2005
Kevin Rose ...
 Co-host / ... 3 episodes, 2003
Jesse Petrilla ...
Sarah Lane ...
 Co-host / ... 2 episodes, 2003
 Himself / ... 3 episodes, 2002-2003
 Himself / ... 2 episodes, 2002-2003


Tech Gurus answers your computer questions.

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Saving The World One Computer At A Time.





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Somebody needs to bring this show back!
23 May 2006 | by See all my reviews

This was one of my all-time favorite TV shows- it had great hosts, it was interesting, informative, funny, and wonderful to watch. The hosts were always energetic and helpful. The show included tech news covering subjects such as new viruses to watch out for, new innovations in the tech world, and all kinds of interesting issues concerning computers. Other segments of the show included basic quick tips from Leo explaining to the computer newbies how to do things like change your desktop wallpaper, or cut and paste text, a pricewatch segment where the hosts would look over the Sunday sales fliers and tell you if the deals were any good or not, a call-in segment where viewers could ask the hosts how to do something computer-related, or maybe help finding a helpful or entertaining website. There were also guests from time to time that were experts in particular fields, such as photoshop, viruses, hacking, computer design, etc. There was also Yoshi, the "Mad Modder" who would build wild designs for computer cases, or make unique and fun modifications to existing computer products, such as adding a fan and vent to a mouse to keep your palm cool. This was a wonderful show, and it is sorely missed by tons of fans- Unfortunately, when G4 merged with TechTV, the new people in charge decided it did not fit the format of the new company, and the show was canceled....

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