Outlined below is a process that works flawlessly, every time. There has been a literal TON of discussions online re: Win7 / Win8 .vs. Win10 and the upgrading being forced upon us users. — and I’m still dealing with customers that won’t leave Vista. Seriously. I’ve been testing and evaluating Win10 since the initial Beta release.… Continue reading Upgrading to Win10 – Go ahead, it’s stable, simple and it’s the Best of Win7 and Win8
We’re running out of time these days for our old favorite, Win7. It died last year, and there are only security patches issued until 2020. As much as we’d like to keep it around, it IS 2005 technology, and will be completely unsupported in a few years. A quick workaround of the security update bug… Continue reading Sticking with Windows 7? The forecast calls for pain
In order to use cloud services effectively, we need to know the difference between our local folders and our remote folders. I’ve noticed that there is quite a bit of confusion regarding Local (on the hard drive of our computer) folders versus Remote (Cloud – on a hard drive on a remote server) folders when… Continue reading Local vs Remote Folders – How the Cloud works.
Microsoft has grudgingly agreed to let current OneDrive users keep their 15GB of free cloud storage and 15GB of free Camera Roll “bonus” storage, rather than dropping you to 5GB as previously stated, but only if you’re aware of the offer and don’t mind a bit of spam. To take advantage of the offer, visit this… Continue reading OneDrive – Keep your 15gig Free – instead of only 5gig
You may have heard people using terms like the cloud, cloud computing, or cloud storage. But what exactly is the cloud? Basically, the cloud is the Internet—more specifically, it’s all of the things you can access remotely over the Internet. When something is in the cloud, it means it is stored on servers on the Internet instead… Continue reading What is the ‘Cloud?’