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Why you should definitely consider upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 10

Writen by Diane Ware - February 10, 2020 in Software
Microsoft's support for Windows 7 came to an end on January 14th, 2020.  This does not therefore mean Windows 7 will stop working - it will still function like it always has.  However, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or provide technical support for any issues that may arise with your use of Windows 7.  Before describing why this can be quite a serious situation for anyone still using Windows 7, it is best to know the typical lifecycle of most of Microsoft's products.  
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Internet of Things (IoT)

Writen by Danny Ware - May 02, 2017 in Programming
Ever heard of Internet of things (IoT)? Not many people have. It is the inter-networking of physical devices, vehicles, buildings, and other items embedded with electronics. It is a new trend that a lot of programmers are getting into to make their lives and others easier. From smart door locks to connected smart kitchen appliances, there are new devices coming out monthly. It is transforming every corner of life with smarter devices. What is IoT? It is the ability to connect a device to the internet with a switch. This includes ce...
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Windows 10 – Microsoft’s Latest OS

Writen by Bryan Ware - September 24, 2016 in Software
Windows 10 is Microsoft’s latest version of its operating system. And, since no one has received a definite release date as of today, this newest version of Windows should be available sometime this summer, 2015. So what does Windows 10 have in store for us? Some cool surprises. For one, Windows 10 was designed to be an operating system that will work well on many devices, namely tablets, cell phones, PCs, and Xbox. This enables developers to design one type of software and then just tailor the...
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