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It’s a Good Idea to Stop Using Internet Explorer

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Internet Explorer 11, the last version of Microsoft’s classic web browser is the only version that is still receiving security updates under Windows 7, 8.1 and 10.

Security updates for IE11 on Windows 7 will stop when Windows 7 reaches end of life on January 14, 2020, and will continue on Windows 8.1 until January 10, 2023 and Windows 10 until October 14, 2025. Read more…

 
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Microsoft Offers Paid Windows 7 Extended Security Updates to Larger Businesses Only

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I mentioned in a previous post that Microsoft will be ending extended support for the Windows 7 operating system on January 14,  2020, after which time security updates and bug fixes will no longer be issued.

While Microsoft strongly recommends all users switch over to Windows 10 to continue receiving security and quality updates, they are offering paid Extended Security Updates (ESU) through January 2023, only to larger organizations who purchased Windows 7 Professional or Enterprise licenses using a volume licensing agreement. Read more…

 
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Google+ Social Network Shutting Down April 2, 2019

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Originally created as a competitor to Facebook, Google has decided to discontinue its Google Plus social network due to a lack of consumer engagement, and the existence of a critical security bug that could allow personal data to be exposed to third party app developers.

On April 2, 2019 all Google+ content will be removed from access and deleted, so if you are a Google+ user and you wish to retain your information you will need to perform the following: Read more…

 
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How to Replace Microsoft Edge as the Default Browser in Windows 10

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Microsoft sets the default web browser in Windows 10 to their own built in browser called Edge.  While Microsoft encourages users to adopt and use Edge as their main browser, many users prefer to use a solid, time tested browser they are familiar with such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox instead.

If you prefer another browser over Edge as your default, follow these steps to set it as your primary browser: Read more…

 
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Edit PDF Files in MS Word 2013 or Newer

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PDF files are one of the most universal and commonly circulated document formats on the web.  In the past if you wished to edit and make changes to a PDF file, you would need to purchase Adobe Acrobat professional for several hundred dollars or an annual Acrobat DC subscription. Read more…

 
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