To avoid automatically applying the currently buggy Windows 10 Anniversary Update, follow the steps in this PDF file.
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Decreasing your screen resolution temporarily can make accessing your computer remotely much easier. This post explains how you can quickly change from one resolution to another with Windows 10.
Your best choice is to replace your Windows XP computer with a laptop or desktop running Windows 7, Windows 8 or a different operating system. If you do not replace your Windows XP computer, you should take these precautions.
Beginning on April 8, 2014, Microsoft will no longer provide updates to fix newly-discovered vulnerabilities in Windows XP. While security software vendors will continue to provide updates, those updates will not protect against holes in the Windows XP operating system.
We recommend replacing Windows XP computers before April 8.
Windows 8 hotkeys or shortcut keys include:
- Windows Key + Tab - Opens up the left-hand "Switch List"
- Windows Key + C - Opens up the right-hand Charms Bar
- Windows Key + I - Opens up the Settings Menu
- Windows Key + T - Jumps you back to Desktop Mode and cycles through your open windows on the taskbar.
- Windows Key + Shift + . - Docks the app to the left, middle, or right side of the screen with each press.
- Windows Key + M - Jumps to the Desktop and minimizes all applications
- Windows Key + Q - Opens up Windows 8's global search utility within Metro
Are you using MS Word 2003 or Outlook 2003 and the Time Matters links - TM Save, TM Connect, etc.? If so, you need to upgrade to a newer version (MS Office 2007 SP2, 2010 or 2013) before installing Time Matters 12 Service Pack 2.
LexisNexis will not support Windows 8 until the release of Time Matters 12 Service Pack 2 due in July 2013 nor Windows Server 2012 due with the release of Time Matters 13 expected in Q4 of 2013.
A PC that will be leaving a Windows Domain needs to be converted for use in a Workgroup (peer-to-peer network) or stand-alone. To avoid all kinds of extra work, the user profile on the PC must be transferred from the domain user to a new local user. This post explains how to do that.
Installing Time Matters on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 or Microsoft Small Business Server 2008 is a more complicated process than installing on a Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 or Windows 7. Here are some tips.