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March 25, 2019

Windows 7 Is Coming To An End

Windows 7 support is ending, come January 14th 2020 Microsoft are pulling the plug

All things come to an end. Before Microsoft ends support we recommend you take action to avoid any problems in the future.

What does this mean to me?

If you are running a business or using a computer in your home then having supported software becomes very important. Once Microsoft ends support for Windows 7, then they will no longer fix any bugs. There won’t be any future security fixes.This puts your identity and security at risk. Not only this but you will no longer be compliant and working with credit cards means you will be failing PCI Compliance.

Without security updates you [...]

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December 2, 2018

Countdown To Christmas 2018 Tech Gift Ideas

Christmas is getting closer, we are doing a countdown to Christmas 2018

Christmas is a time for families but quite often it has become about finding the right gift idea or figuring out if you made the right decision. We provide you with a few ideas on what you should get for either yourself or a gift for others.

Are Your Stuck With What To Get?

Often questions are asked about what you want for Christmas and the answer isn’t always so obvious, we spend a bit of time going through tech items you may want.

Xbox One X

Microsoft’s flagship console and the current most powerful console on the market.

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October 10, 2018

Why Has Excel Updated My Sources?

After Opening My Microsoft Excel Document?Why Has Excel Updated My Sources? My Excel Sheet Now Shows #Ref

We assume by design as Microsoft was made aware of this behaviour back when Microsoft Office 2010 was popular. We think that Microsoft does not label this a bug as in a Microsoft KB article?the behaviour is explained.

In this document Microsoft posts:

Scenarios that may cause links to not work as expected

There are several circumstances in which links between files can be inadvertently made to point to erroneous locations. The following are two of the most common scenarios.

Scenario 1:

You map a drive under the root of a share. For [...]
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October 7, 2018

Microsoft Will Never Call Because You Have A Virus

We want all our clients and anyone reading this to remember that Microsoft our any other tech company will not call to inform you that you have a virus. The only exception would be like ourselves if you have a company looking after your services.

Computer is running slow and they said they could help

It is all too easy to be offered the chance to resolve any slowless, it has been driving you crazy for weeks or months and now suddenly the nice person on the other end of the phone finally has the solution! NO NO NO.

Apologies fot the outburst but we are contacted all the time by people who are sadly duped out of large amounts of money but actually end up with Malware or [...]

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