Battle Of The Browser Updates
Comparing The New Internet Browsers, aka Microsoft And The LastPass Problem
Syncing Bookmarks And Favorites With Firefox 4 And Chrome 10
Syncing Bookmarks And Favorites With Internet Explorer 9
I’m going to mention one third-party program, but with the caveat that I haven’t used it myself. […] continued “Syncing Bookmarks And Favorites With Xmarks”Read more
Microsoft is bringing up the rear for a reason.
Since it’s not obvious how to do it, let’s type “IE9 sync favorites” into Google. […] continued “Syncing Bookmarks And Favorites With Internet Explorer 9”Read more
Many people are building imposing lists of bookmarked web sites. Having access to that list from each of our computers is quickly moving from a convenience to a necessity.
The new browsers each take a crack at supplying a tool to sync your favorites from one computer to another. […] continued “Syncing Bookmarks And Favorites With Firefox 4 And Chrome 10”Read more
Battle Of The Browser Updates
The latest and greatest versions of the three major Internet browsers have been released.
They are all streamlined and secure. Each has slightly different features, each has enthusiasts, each has its own world of add-ons that might make one preferable to another for you. […] continued “Comparing The New Internet Browsers, aka Microsoft And The LastPass Problem”Read more
My goal for you is simplicity. I want you to use wonderful tools that are easy to use and easy to keep up to date.
Little things make me irritable.
Here’s a story of a little thing. It’s not important. You are not requested to do anything. This has no consequences for you. […] continued “Little Microsoft Annoyances”Read more
Sharing Files With Dropbox
Yesterday I described how to share any file in Dropbox by right-clicking a file or folder, then clicking on “Get Shareable Link.”Read more
Dropbox is the essential free program to sync files among each of your computers and mobile devices. If you’re not a Dropbox user, you probably should be. Go read one of my articles about it, go to the Dropbox web site and watch some videos, and start using it. […] continued “Sharing Files With Dropbox”Read more
It’s obvious by now that nothing pursued by Apple should be underestimated. Apple has had its share of unsuccessful projects over the years that languished or died, but it has all the momentum in 2011 to move things forward simply by focusing on them.
Small businesses might be the next target. […] continued “Apple Makes A Move Into Small Business”Read more
If you’re considering an iPad, you must read this article by Marco Arment. Everything you need to know, in plain English. Verizon/AT&T or wi-fi only? 16Gb, 32Gb, 64Gb? Black or white? If you already have an iPad 1, is it worthwhile to upgrade to the iPad 2? All the answers are there. […] continued “Which iPad 2 Should You Get?”Read more
When I’m lonely and bored, I like to go back and read my old articles and marvel at how well I’ve been leading you through the fast-changing world of technology. It was just a year ago that I wrote these incisive comments about what to expect from Apple’s original iPad:
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It’s not going to revolutionize anything, it’s not going to replace netbooks .
It’s probably a coincidence that major updates are being released for Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Google Chrome within a few days of each other.
It’s also not very meaningful for most people. Although each upgrade has something that the developers claim is new and shiny – increased security, speed, design changes – I haven’t seen anything in any of them that gets me excited. […] continued “Battle Of The Browser Updates”Read more
I’m finishing a busy month rolling out the software agent that monitors workstations and installs updates to Java, Flash, Adobe Acrobat & Reader, and more. On Friday, clients will get the first weekly reports on the health of their servers and workstations. I’m adding checks to ensure that Microsoft Security Essentials is up to date and sorting out the initial reports about updates that stubbornly refuse to install correctly. […] continued “Bruceb Monitoring And The Importance Of Updates”Read more
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Almost a year ago I wrote an article about how Microsoft could change the world by moving our files online. Imagine that you could have your office documents appear seamlessly on your office computer, your notebook, your smartphone, and in a web browser on any computer.
Google has launched Google Cloud Connect, a simple way for you to save Office documents into the cloud, work on them from multiple locations, share them with others, and collaborate with other people to edit them simultaneously in near real time.
Google has launched Google Cloud Connect, a simple way for you to save Office documents into the cloud, work on them from multiple locations, share them with others, and collaborate with other people to edit them simultaneously in near real time. […] continued “Google Cloud Connect For Microsoft Office – Part 1: Sync And Share Documents Easily”Read more