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February 23, 2010 08:00 ET

Support.com® Personal Technology Experts Join the Computer America Show® for Tech Gear Troubleshooting Segment

Daily Two-Hour Show Features Twice-a-Month, Wednesday @ 10-Midnight Appearances; Offers Tips and Tricks for Keeping PC's, Peripherals and Gadgets Running Smoothly

REDWOOD CITY, CA--(Marketwire - February 23, 2010) -  Support.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: SPRT) announced that its Personal Technology Experts have joined the Computer America Show for a two-hour, twice-a-month call-in show offering advice, tips and tricks for keeping PC's, peripherals and gadgets running smoothly. The segments will air every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month and can be accessed on www.Support.com/Community/blogs/ or on-demand at http://www.computeramerica.com/listen.htm as well as on Apple's iTunes.

Carried live for two hours each weeknight over the Business TalkRadio Network® and the Lifestyle TalkRadio Network®, Computer America® is the only radio talk show dedicated to computers and technology in nightly national syndication. Computer America, now in its 19th season in nationally syndicated radio, is a trusted advisor on all-things personal computers, updating its listeners on important new products and services with a sense of humor and a flair for entertainment.

Support.com Personal Technology Experts simplify computer maintenance and support at home by helping consumers get the most value out of their computer and tech gear. Support.com Personal Technology Experts, who are highly qualified solutions engineers, offer one service to manage computer maintenance, software installation, hardware integration, security, and gadget support -- almost anything related to personal/small office computing.

Personal Technology Experts, using remote Internet access similar to the technology many of us have used at work, repair and solve performance issues that plague computer users daily -- security, configuration, desktop performance -- and provide "how to" assistance on things like organizing digital photos or making devices like MP3 players easier to use.

About Craig Crossman's Computer America Show®
Craig Crossman is a national newspaper computer columnist with McClatchy-Tribune Newspapers. As an extension of his nationally syndicated column, Craig Crossman has created and hosts an exciting live, nationally syndicated daily two hour computer radio talk show called "Craig Crossman's Computer America Show®." Computer America is America's longest running national radio talk show on computers and technology. Dedicated to all topics of computing, his show broadcasts live on both the Business TalkRadio Network® and the Lifestyle TalkRadio Network®. Both Networks air in cities and major markets across the country. Computer America is for both novice and expert. Computer America is fun, entertaining and informative. Shows offer the latest computer and technology news, guests and special segments. Toll-free telephone lines allow listeners to call in with questions.

About Support.com
Support.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: SPRT) provides Instant Technology Relief® to consumers and microbusinesses. Support.com is a technology enabled services and software company that is changing the way people manage their technology. Support.com's North American Personal Technology Experts can provide quick, cost-effective and satisfying technology support over the Internet and the phone using Support.com's advanced technology platform. Support.com also provides consumer software for the do-it-yourself customer through its recently acquired Sammsoft brand. Support.com, the SupportMan Logo, Sammsoft, and Advanced Registry Optimizer are trademarks or registered trademarks of Support.com, Inc. or its affiliates in the US and other countries. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners. For more information visit www.support.com.

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