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If you must send files as attachments, you may have limits as to file size. You may also have problems uploading large PDFs to some websites. Reducing file sizes is one way to upload large files, get attachments through your email system and save on bandwidth too. If you have a paid version of Adobe Acrobat (not Acrobat Reader), file reduction capabilities are included as part of the software. Not to worry. Lifehacker has a…
The rumors are flying around like crazy. What is the next version of Windows? The betting money is that we’ll get the answer to the question on June 24, 2021 during Microsoft’s Windows event. Consistent with Microsoft’s ten-year support timetable, Microsoft updated its support documentation and announced the “retirement” of Windows 10. Paul Thurrott, posted his thoughts about the end of support for Windows 10 scheduled for October 14, 2025. As Paul points out, the…
Apple is working on a new version of operating system for Macs called macOS Monterey. ZDNet reported that following WWDC 2021, we now know which Macs will be able to run the new OS and which models will not. As the post indicates, these are the Macs that will support the new macOS: iMac – Late 2015 and later iMac Pro – 2017 and later MacBook – Early 2016 and later MacBook Air – Early…
Ransomware attacks are growing by leaps and bounds. You can’t go a single week without hearing about another victim of a ransomware attack. What’s a user to do? eWeek has a post with five recommendations for actions to help limit the success of a ransomware attack. The recommendations are the compilation of suggestions by CIOs for dealing with ransomware. Better Management Cybersecurity Maturity Know Your Data Data Backups Involve Your Employees. These are good suggestions.…
The obvious question is how long will Microsoft continue to support a version of software? There are still a lot of folks that have not upgraded their Office version for years since what they have works just fine. That may be so, but you are vulnerable to a cyber attack if your software is not longer getting security updates. How-To Geek has a post which lists various versions of Office and whether it is still…