No Wonder! Returns to Offer Free Tech Support

April 17, 2007 in Mac OSX (E)

[] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, the 6 year old Free Mac Support site, has announced the launch of No Wonder! "The Answer to Technical Support" to establish support forums and personal free support for Windows and Linux operating systems on Mac and other hardware platforms. In addition Windows and Linux support, No Wonder will carry all Mac forums that reside on

No Wonder!, originally founded in 1997, was an innovative volunteer driven technical support service that made it one of the most popular tech support sites during the late 90's. Scott William, the original founder of No Wonder is now re-launching the site with the same foundation it had prior to its change of ownership in late 1999.

"Apple's migration to the Intel platform opened the doors for other popular operating systems to run on Mac hardware and providing support for the popular user operating systems again seemed like a natural step for us to take," said Scott William. "Taking big steps like this will mean some growing pains as we build our Windows and Linux tech base."

No Wonder, combined with, has over 90,000 registered users, answered over 30,000 unique support questions, and boast of over 150 volunteer support techs.

No Wonder is always looking for helpful and friendly people to grow the volunteer tech base. The added operating and systems support will call for more volunteer techs with experience in any areas of Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.

Established in 1997, DigitalCrowd, Inc. provides technical support and web site optimization services for companies and individuals. Aside from its commercial offerings, DigitalCrowd supports the free exchange and offering of technical support through its community sites of the newly reestablished No Wonder! and six years in the making,


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