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Delete old Linked In Contacts

It’s easy to unfriend someone on Facebook or unlike a page on Facebook since you just go to that page and click the Like button or Friend button again to unfriend or unlike them.  But with business contacts in Linked In, although it’s not complicated it’s not as easy to find so I’ll show you here.   Why would…

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Windows XP and Office 2003 discontinuing support

Windows XP and Office 2003 will be discontinuing support as of April 8, 2014 As good as Windows XP was, it’s 10 years old and Microsoft is discontinuing support so they will focus on Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 and who knows what’s yet to come.  Same with the 2003 version of Microsoft Office.  You can see the…

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PC’s versus tablets

Is the PC industry going down?  More and more people are buying tablets and can do just about everything on a tablet as on a PC with the exception of a few tasks.  As the link below shows some more detail with a nice chart, Microsoft seems to have screwed up with Windows and causing the PC sales to…

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How to find the right driver

Many times you have a system that you just can’t find the driver for.  Especially if it’s an older computer with no tag number to easily find the driver on the manufacturers website.  Even if you found the right website and web page, some drivers say unknown and it’s hard to know what you have in your computer that…

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Should we stop using Java?

Lots of news floating around about the security concerns of Java.  U.S. Government of Homeland Security says to disable it and discontinue use at once.  The problem with Java is it seems to be constantly exploited and computers are getting infected.  A patch comes out, assuming you install the patch right away, you are ok.  For now, until the…

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Windows 8 Introduction 101

Here’s a little video I’ve done as an introduction to Windows 8.  Microsoft’s commercials show you fancy effects in how it can do things Windows 7 could do already but they spice up the commercials.  Painting a picture and doing a video chat for example, that’s old!  But how do you launch a video chat or paint software, this…

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Windows 8 versus Windows 7

Windows 8 looks cool, but not as great as far as functionality when it comes to using a desktop or laptop computer to get work done.  It’s meant to look like a tablet or smart phone and sync everything seamlessly, but when you want to work on a production computer, Windows 8 is far from productive.  Here’s a little…

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How to run IE10 without add ons in Windows 8

A much needed option for troubleshooting issues with Internet Explorer that used to be readily available in Windows 7 and earlier versions of Windows, now made unavailable in Windows 8.  Unless, ofcourse, you know some coding.  Here’s the trick to run Internet Explorer 10 in “no add ons” mode in Windows 8. Open a command prompt Type in “C:ProgramFilesInternet…

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