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Moving Data From Old Laptop to New Laptop

I’ve already shared some of the tasks involved with a new laptop. Probably the most important task was moving data from the old laptop to the new laptop. As the office it networked, it was fairly easy to do it. But there was an interesting glitch along the way. Our …

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25 Most Popular Passwords of 2015

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Is Your Software Outdated?

I’ll admit, the graphics at the top of the article is a bit of the exaggeration. While many of you are probably using outdated software, I seriously doubt many of you are still running MS-DOS based software. Windows 10 is gaining traction fast. No, I haven’t updated and don’t plan …

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What Is The Value of Peace of Mind?

There are often situations that arise with other businesses that make me scratch my head. I can advise a business on what I feel is the best solution, but ultimately it is their decision. Let me share a recent story. This particular company has at least 50 employees who mostly …

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When Was the Last Time Your Online Properties Got a Checkup?

Having a powerful online presence has become more and more important with each passing year. Yet I see many companies who haven’t made any changes to their online presence in years. Often when we talk to someone about their online presence, they want to know the exact cost for a …

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Three CorelDRAW Unleashed Multimedia Training Books Downloadable

As part of moving products from our old site to the new sites, we recently moved the CorelDRAW 12 Unleashed, CorelDRAW X3 Unleashed and CorelDRAW X4 Unleashed multimedia training books. Since they cover older versions of CorelDRAW, we really didn’t want to stock and ship the CDs and DVDs going …

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Adobe Has Killed Off Flash, Hopefully Usage Will Follow

For many years Flash was a popular tool/format for putting animated and/or vector graphics online. Popularity has declined as the HTML5 standard has taken its place. The death of Flash has come in stages and there are likely still more stages to come before it is truly dead. Let’s go …

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Fixing a Variety of PDF Related Issues and Removing Windows Reader

Windows Apps Screen

I was preparing to do a Webinar with a client that was having a number of issues with PDF files. Because of this, I knew I needed to fix a couple of issues on my laptop so I would be prepared to load the client’s PDF files for discussion. My …

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Windows Patch KB3097877 Can Cause Outlook Crashes

Windows update kb3097877

Microsoft released their monthly Windows patches on Tuesday (November 9, 2015) and one of those patches is bringing a lot of reports of crashing from users of Microsoft Outlook. The patch in question is labeled KB3097877 and it is listed as a “Security Update for Windows X for x64-based Systems” …

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Changing An Address Required Changing Entire Ad

One of my Web clients called recently and asked if I could change the address on one of their current specials. Sounds simple enough, but I didn’t have the artwork for the original and there was no easy way to simply replace the address. Below is the original special. Unfortunately …

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