August 19 updates and info

Changes current and upcoming.

I have been using Windows 10 as my primary OS for several months, and still wouldn’t recommend the “off the shelf” version. I do a lot of tweaking to lock it down before I start Read more

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It’s May and there is a new Windows 10 release (1803)

So, what does this mean? If you aare running Win10, you got a BIG download and update coming your way. Good news is if you have several PCs that need updated, they can updated with a usb drive (to Read more

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What’s in My Rack (April 2018)

March is coming to a close and I’m in need of changing up my lab.

I have a Toshiba NAS that’s 5 years old and although it doesn’t show signs of failure, I want to get it replaced before Read more

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Our SOHO network rebuild

What’s in my rack this week?

We have some major changes coming to the lab this month. With Windows 7 being retired, and a need to be more involved in Mac support, we are:

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Windows 10CE support

With Windows 7 coming near it’s end of life (approx 2 years), Windows 10 has finally became a contender for our office.

We will be upgrading most of our Windows systems to W10CE (Creative Edition) in the coming months. Read more

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WordPress update 4.8

June 11, 2017

All our WordPress sites have been updated to 4.8.


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May 13 Worldwide Virus infection

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Happy Presidents Day

It’s February 20th, 2017 and I’m taking this day to focus on making ShadeTree PC (and it’s parts) work better.  I’ll be creating a support ticket system for clients and myself to use so fewer tasks get left Read more

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Windows 10 in 2017

Well, it’s been a year of W10.  Where are we at with Microsoft’s OS?

From my observations, it works quite well, if you bought a new machine, or have only approved hardware (HCL).  If you are using Read more

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Living with Windows 10

Ok, you’ve gotten yourself Windows 10. Either by choice or by force, you got it.  Now, how do you live with it?

There are a few changes to your computing habits you might consider: * you don’t have Read more

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