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A Shifting Marketing Focus To Attract Local Business

Loyal readers know that we’ve been making changes here at Unleashed. For many years, there was enough demand worldwide for CorelDRAW-related products that we were able to sustain our business. That demand has dropped off in recent years and we’ve been more focused on services we can provide. When our …

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Sort Through Your Cluttered Drive

I have to admit that I’m not someone who is typically good at keeping my home clean. Clutter tends to find me. Recently I’ve gotten on a cleaning spree and the clutter has decreased. I’ve also found some pretty cool things in the cleaning including my father’s and grandparents’ wedding …

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Hard Drive Replaced With Zero Data Loss

Last Monday I told you SMART Warning Predicts Imminent Hard Disk Failure. A week later, I’m happy to report my laptop is healthy again, most all of my software is installed and all data is safely back where it was earlier. The biggest delay in the whole process was waiting …

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SMART Warning Predicts Imminent Hard Disk Failure

I got a rude awakening recently. When I first looked at my laptop one morning, I saw the message below on my screen. My laptop is truly a secondary machine for me and I don’t keep much data on it. The data it does have could be lost and I …

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Graphics Unleashed Blog Is Moved

The last week has been crazy. When I came into the office last Monday, I had the idea to move the Graphics Unleashed Blog. That day, the new domain name was purchased. Two days later, all of the content (more than 4000 pages) had been migrated to the new site. …

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RingCentral Provides Much More Than Savings on Phone Service

It was almost eighteen months ago that we switched our office phones from landlines provided by Centurylink to VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) supplied by RingCentral. I detailed this decision and how it dropped our costs by 75% in Upgrade Your Phone Service and Save Money With RingCentral. In that …

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Importing Illustrator and PDF Files Can Be Complicated

In the past week, I’ve had two separate interactions revolving around the importing of Adobe Illustrator and PDF Files into CorelDRAW. Let’s start with the very negative reaction one commenter has made on a video I made entitled Why CorelDRAW Claims AI or PDF Files Are Corrupt. I’ll warn you …

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25 Most Popular (and Worthless) Passwords

It seems there is a new hacking situation on a very regular basis on the news. We’re talking big hacks of major companies. When those hacks occur, it often can mean millions of customers have their login credentials stolen. The folks at SplashData look over all the data and compile …

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Your E-mail Reader Determines How Newsletter Is Rendered

Soon after last week’s Graphics Unleashed Weekly Newsletter had been sent, I got an e-mail from a frustrated reader. The reader begged me to “fix” the formatting because the first couple of characters were being cut off in the list of articles. I was even provided with a screenshot of …

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Windows 7 Users Beware of KB3004394 Update

On the second Tuesday of each month Microsoft releases a series of new updates to Windows. In most cases it is a good idea to install them as soon as possible. Unfortunately there are situations where installing an update can be very problematic for your system. This specific issue seems …

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