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The CertMaster is the key to success in Information Technology Eduction.
Windows 10 is what Windows 8 should have been, but it has too many rough edges to attract Windows 7 users. Continuous upgrades could change that as early as this fall
This is the world I came from; we repaired or had repaired just about everything we owned for a fraction of what it cost new. One problem I see here is technology itself; what we bought yesterday literally 2 yrs ago is an antique. If we are talking Microsoft windows; XP is no longer supported.
Are the Producers like Apple moving to lightening fast into the future? I’m a member of the baby boomers, and we lived just fine in the slow pace Taurus kind of way. We were able to breathe better I think, and less stress, I think our lives were richer in a spiritual since back in the day.
I remember I owned a pair of Engineer boots, when the welt and heel sore out, I would take them down to a pop shop; shoe repairman many times. He always attached a brand new thick welt to the boots, along with kleets on the toe and heels, to last longer. He then repaired any imperfections on the actual boots, & polished the leather. When I picked them up later, I always had a awesome feeling, I had a better than new pair of boots for less than a third of the price I paid for them. The Consumers need to demand that the producers out there make possible & easy for us to repair our own electronics. Read the article below…….
People can fight back against planned obsolescence by fixing the tech we already own, but the consumer electronics industry isn’t making it easy.
Adobe Flash is a pain in the butt, more over, Adobe Flash has always been a pain in the butt. You may have noticed issues with Adobe Flash recently, well I’m not quite sure yet if once again Adobe Flash has been infected by a virus, but one things for sure there is another issue with this software application. Last night, to no avail, I tried to resurrect an Adobe Flash installation. Today I find out Mozilla Firefox, and Google chrome both announced no more default support for Adobe Flash. The chief of security at FaceBook asked ADOBE to shut this flash puppy down.
However don’t be quick to remove Adobe Flash, bc some applications will not run right w/o it. My suggestion is while we all wait for a replacement of Adobe Flash by it’s publisher, you can easily install chrome. If your OS is connected to high speed internet, 25/25 mbps, or more, then you should have no problem installing a second web browser, i.e., such as Google Chrome,. A special version of Flash runs inside a sandbox, woven into Chromes application, updates handled by Google .
Chrome installation ; Google
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Official Google Blog:Google Earth turns 10 today
Microsoft on the Cutting Edge.
I recommend once a month. Don’t be fooled by ISPs claiming they have a 100 % secure network. Their networks are secure to protect them, not the consumer. Yes, there is some security there for the consumer, but, I wouldn’t entrust them to keep my family safe. OK, this is not an blog to knock ISPs, no, this is just to help protect you, the consumer.
The longer the password the better. I know, my wife hates long passwords, but guess what, so do hackers. When you change your password often, you are always about 2 steps ahead of them. Hackers make a living at trying to decode your password accounts. And they are very good at it.
My wife and I bought a new HP Laptop for Mom, with Windows 8 OS installed, and let me tell you, the be-rage of security fail safes are laborious to say the least. However, that’s a good thing. Let me give a plug to Microsoft for taking internet security very seriously.
For all you old school, let me tell you NET SECURITY is the future. We are not going back to prior more simple days, nor are we going to see any easier protecting our privacy, our chattel, and our money. Here is a link to a safer more secure password approach. http://thefw.com/secure-password-tips/
FOLKS, PLEASE TAKE THIS SERIOUSLY. I found out the hard-way how hacking threats are very real, and protecting our selves so that they won’t hack into our private life is imperative. Changing passwords is the same as any other security measures we take in our lives, i.e. keys for our cars and house. It’s a necessary evil.