We’ve all seen the cheesy identity theft commercials with the guy in the black tracksuit (or in this case, an intimidating cable knit sweater!)– ski mask on, mischievously peering over a keyboard like he’s about to steal some family jewels, but what about these bandwidth snatchers? What does that even mean, what do they want, and how do you protect yourself from these modern day Wi-Fi pirates?
The adage “Time is Money” is never so relevant than when it comes to navigating through your Windows operating system to knock out your business’s week’s to-do list and boost productivity. Consider this: Let’s say you spend 5-8 seconds browsing through a menu to pull up a calendar, move appointments that have rescheduled, or using your pesky URL search bar to google irrelevant facts about celebrities, the average user spends 15-25 minutes a week on inefficient productivity processes within their Windows devices.
Our solution? Save those precious wrists, fingers from carpal tunnel, and eyes from strain and fatigue; use Cortana!
With so many of our users upgrading to Windows 10, it’s about time to do a rundown of the most useful keyboard shortcuts. If you are an expert Windows user, you probably know some of these already, but if you’re like us, you are always looking for ways to shave a few seconds off of a common task. Here are some of the most useful Windows 10 shortcuts:
Have you upgraded to Windows 10? We know, we know. It’s not at the top of your priority list, but this upgrade is inevitable for some folks. While it’s in your best interest, we understand, the last thing you want to think about is learning the new interface.
Earlier this month, Microsoft announced that Windows Server 2003 would not longer be supported as of July 14, 2015. So you are probably wondering, what does this mean for you and your business? Perhaps we should start with a simple…