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It’s going to be a lot more difficult to physically see and touch Microsoft’s Surface line of computing devices. According to a Computerworld report, Microsoft will be shutting down 78 of its 82 retail outlets and taking a $450M charge against earnings. The remaining four outlets will be converted to “Microsoft Experience Centers.” The four locations are in New York City, London, Sydney and an on-campus location in Redmond. Sharon and I have visited…
Microsoft Windows has had the recycle bin for years. Apparently, it’s not good enough for users to recover deleted data. As reported by Ars Technica, Microsoft has released a stand-alone undeletion tool called WINFR (Windows File Recovery). The utility works with the latest versions of Windows 10. Finding the utility can be a little challenging even if searching the Microsoft Store. “Moving onto the Microsoft Store, the experience was no better—when searching for its exact…
TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has a really good track record predicting Apple’s actions prior to official announcement. As appleinsider reported, there will be two new iPad models that include new 20-watt chargers. There will be a new 10.8-inch iPad followed by a 8.5-inch iPad mini. Another major move deals with the 2020 iPhone models. Kuo said that there will be no EarPods shipping with the iPhone 12. It is suspected the decision is…
Adobe Flash has long been on the top of the list of insecure software. Many websites are still using Flash even though it is under constant attack. Adobe intends to put an end to our Flash misery. Hot for Security reported Adobe is cutting the cord on Flash. Adobe will no longer provide download links or support for Flash at the end of this year. “Adobe will be removing Flash Player download pages from its…
Everyone should have a password manager. I don’t think it really matters which one you use…just use one. Android Police reported that Dashlane now has family plans available. The new plans are called Premium Family and Premium Plus Family. The offerings are a little pricey when compared to family plans available from Dashlane’s competitors. Premium Family costs $7.49/month and Premium Plus Family is $14.99/month. As a comparison, 1Password Families is only $4.99/month. While Dashlane may…