Here’s a great article from our friends over at Odd Job Computing! The Heartbleed Bug and You | Odd Job Computing.
As of today Microsoft has officially dropped support of Windows XP. As I’ve stated multiple times if you have not changed over to a different solution please do so now! Here’s an article with a few Linux alternatives for those still running XP. 3 easy Linux alternatives for Windows XP refugees who don’t want a […]
For those of you that are holding on to XP machines because of Windows 8/8.1 start menus it looks like you’re running low on excuses 🙂 Microsoft is bringing the Start Menu back | The Verge.
Spritz. This is a pretty cool piece of tech that is coming down the road. They said you will be able (in time) to read an entire novel in about the same time it would take to watch the movie. Those of us who have seen the novel to movie transition a few times can […]
I know I’ve been harping on XP support running out but it is really important! If buying a new computer is your solution please check out the link below. Might be helpful for you. Upgrade PC Windows XP – Microsoft Store U.S..
This is the reason you need to keep your Anti-virus and system updates current. Zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Word under active attack | Ars Technica.
Good Morning Xurvis followers! Just for a change of pace and some encouragement from the husband, I am the author of today’s post! My name is Lee and Chris and I have been married for almost 6 years and have a beautiful 16 month old son. I have a background in Childhood Education and Literacy-so […]
So lets talk about backups for a minute. I’m willing to bet a lot of you don’t really do any data backup. If your computer were to mysteriously blow up you would probably lose all the documents and family photos you never got around to uploading to Facebook. To some of you that’s no big […]
BYOD. It’s a fairly new concept in the commercial world. Companies asking you to bring your own device (BYOD). A policy asking you to provide your own smartphone or laptop. In the past if a company wanted you connected to them out side of the office they provided you with that technology. But today “everyone” […]
Microsoft makes it official: We’re all in with Android | Computerworld Blogs. This is an interesting development that loops back to my posts on mobile computing! Having the ability to be both Microsoft and Android on a mobile device is a huge advantage!