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FAQ: Windows 11 Upgrades

Should you upgrade to Windows 11 from October 5th? Microsoft will be starting the free upgrade to Windows 11 from 5th October 2021, this will be a phased so you will need to meet the new requirements that Microsoft have advised previously (see Windows 11 Launch) Microsoft have learned a lot from the launch of […]

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What versions of Windows Server are supported?

Microsoft currently support the following Windows Server products:  Windows Server 2012 & 2012 R2  Windows Server 2016  Windows Server 2019  Windows Server 2022  Microsoft recently announced that Windows 2022 would be generally available from September 2021.  The evaluation version can be downloaded from https://aka.ms/WS2022Preview   When does support for Windows Server 2012 & Windows Server 2012 R2 end?  Mainstream support […]

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Windows 11 Launch

On the 24th June 2021, Microsoft announced the next version of Windows that will provide users with a more graphical experience and is built upon the same foundations that Windows 10 provided.  The product will begin being delivered to eligible device that are running Windows 10 later in 2021.  As some clients will have only […]

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How to speed up your PC

Technology keeps evolving, whether you have a Desktop or Laptop, ensuring that it can run the applications you need today and the next version of your accounting or office software can be tricky, especially on a budget. The speed of your PC is determined by both hardware and the software you run on your device. […]

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Data Storage technologies

Storing data has come a long way and the terminology for the capacities has changed along the way to keep up with the increasing amount we can store.  From Bytes to Megabytes, to Gigabytes to Terabyte, in most small businesses and Petabyte to Yottabytes in international companies or Government data centres. Terminology Bytes Example Megabyte […]