Let Us Take Care of System and Programs Updates for You So They Won't Nag You

We all hate seeing messages about program updates when we turn on our computers. Some of us are apprehensive about installing them, fearing they will break something. There are other times that we honestly can’t tell the difference that an update made and wonder what the point was. Usually these are cases of subtle changes or exploits that were patched “under the hood”.

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Virtual Desktops or Dual Monitors?

We all want more desktop real estate. We are using more and more applications on our computers, and having to constantly move them around to access the ones you want quickly becomes a tedious process, or even worse, having to minimize and maximize windows as we need them. If you have the physical desk space, purchasing a second monitor is a great idea and may be ideal if you regularly glance over at the second monitor, but don’t always need to click or use those particular programs, or simply prefer them to virtual desktops. It really comes down to personal preference.

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12 Questions About the New Microsoft Office

Harry McCracken over at Technologizer.com has penned an excellent and very detailed article about what consumers and businesses can expect from the upcoming version of Microsoft Office. He asks twelve of the most popular questions and answers them.
Before we get to that, here’s a promo video from Microsoft with a sneak peak at what customers can expect.

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