Tag Archives: Windows

Living in Multiple Tech Worlds: Windows, Mac and Android

Legal Education

The rise of cloud computing has made it easier for lawyers to live in multiple tech worlds, whether it’s Windows, Mac, iOS, or Android. This phenomenon is becoming a trend that affects many people and is changing how we think about, talk about, and use technology. On this episode of the Kennedy-Mighell Report, hosts Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell discuss ...

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The End of Windows XP – April 8, 2014

Mark your calendar. Put a tickler on your docketing system. The end of Windows XP is coming and it is closer than you think.  Microsoft will end support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014. Is your firm ready? April 8, 2014 This is big news for law firms large and small. Windows XP has been the operating system of ...

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Why Rebooting Works So Well

Have you already rebooted your computer today? A quick thought experiment: if you had a dollar for every time you’ve had to reboot a computer, how wealthy would you be? Rebooting is a fact of life, especially in the world of Windows (although it’s not only a Windows issue). It’s often not a big issue, and it’s definitely something that ...

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Windows Calculator: Simple. Or is it?

Everyone is familiar with that trusty old standby – the Windows Calculator.  If you don’t use specialized software, Excel, or your real world physical calculator (does anyone still use one of those?) when adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing, you probably use the built-in Windows Calculator. Did you know that the Windows 7 (and Windows 8 for those brave, adventurous souls) ...

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This Week in Tech – September 14th

Rounding up some of the interesting technology news, tips and guides for the week of September 14th: Apple announced the new iPhone 5, and Engadget details the differences from the previous iPhone 4S. Also announced: new iPods, a new connector type, and new headphones. How-to Geek shared tips on quickly launching programs on Windows and a method for determining who ...

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