I will be out of the office during the week of September 30.
The leaves are changing color in New Hampshire. For the first time I’ll be able to see them in full, glorious color with the Oxy-Iso glasses that cure my colorblindness.
The nest is empty. Andrew Berls played a material role in the relaunch of Causes.com during his summer internship before heading back for his senior year at UC Santa Barbara. […] continued “The Empty Nest And The Fall Leaves – Bruceb Out Of Town 09/30-10/06”Read more
Here’s the story of why the Windows Desktop will disappear.
It’s now widely understood that small, mobile devices will be the focus of everyone’s attention for the next few years. Tablet and smartphone manufacturers (Apple, Samsung) are sharply increasing their sales every year, while desktop computer manufacturers (HP, Dell) are starving. […] continued “A Look At The Future Of The Desktop”Read more
Lately I’ve seen an increase in the number of web sites warning that I’m running an unsupported version of Internet Explorer, or recommending that I upgrade to the latest version. In some cases, the web sites refuse to load at all. Autotask, for example, will not go past this screen because it “does not support the browser you are using.”
I’ve had clients see that warning in the last few weeks at bank web sites (it appeared recently for one client logging into Exchange Bank), at Martindale for lawyers, at some Google services – Google Calendar, for example – and many others. […] continued “Internet Explorer And “Unsupported Browser” Warnings”Read more
Here’s a housekeeping tip that will help keep your computers happy.
When you take a printer out of service, remove the printer from the Printers folder, then uninstall the programs that were installed to support the printer. HP, Epson and Canon are all likely to have dropped anywhere from three to a dozen programs on your computer – status monitors, scanning utilities, bad photo editors, useless web services, advertising for ink cartridges, and more. […] continued “Clean Up After Your Printers”Read more
Windows 8 is fast. It installs fast, it boots fast, it transfers files fast, it wakes up from sleep nearly instantly. It’s significantly faster than Windows 7 at all those chores, and Windows 7 was itself light years ahead of Windows XP.
Here’s an example of what that means.Read more
This is the second of two articles about what lies ahead for Microsoft and Windows. In the last month, there have been two huge corporate shakeups that will change Microsoft’s competitive posture in ways that are completely unpredictable. […] continued “Some Thoughts On The Future Of Microsoft”Read more
This is the first of two articles about what lies ahead for Microsoft and Windows. No one can predict the future in this dizzying hyper-competitive environment – there are too many variables to know whether Microsoft will be dominant or irrelevant in a few years. […] continued “Some Thoughts On The Future Of Windows”Read more
Office 365 business users are getting more storage space for free. Exchange mailboxes are doubling in size, permitting storage of up to 50Gb per mailbox, and Skydrive Pro storage capacity is being increased from 7Gb to 25Gb for each user. The increased mailbox space was announced here, and the increased Skydrive Pro storage was announced here. […] continued “Office 365 Increases Storage Space For Exchange Mailboxes, SkyDrive Pro”Read more
Dell and Lenovo have released details of new business laptops that take advantage of the latest advances in Intel’s Haswell chipsets to increase speed, reduce weight, and extend battery life. Expect them to be shipping in the next few weeks, along with more new models from other manufacturers.
Dell is revamping its entire Latitude lineup, with a new flagship Latitude 7000 Series plus lower-end Latitude 5000 Series and Latitude 3000 Series laptops. […] continued “New Laptops From Lenovo And Dell–The Fall Season Begins”Read more