WARNING: Still Using Windows XP In Your Office?

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FREE Microsoft Risk Assessment And Migration Plan Shows You The Easiest, Most Budget-Friendly Way To Upgrade….Before it’s too late!!

As you may have heard, Microsoft has long ago announced the retirement of its most successful software platform of all time, Windows XP. Effective April 8, 2014, Microsoft will no longer support the Windows XP platform in any way, shape or form.

What this means if you are currently running XP

This means any computer or server with Windows XP installed will be completely exposed to serious hacker attacks aimed at taking control of your network, stealing data, crashing your system and inflicting a host of other business-crippling problems you do NOT want to have to deal with.

During this assessment, you will receive:

  • A Customized Migration Plan that will show you how to painlessly upgrade your old Windows XP machines in the most efficient manner.
  • A FREE 27-Point Analysis of your computer network, aimed at exposing any security risks and issues you weren’t aware of and also at finding ways to make your business FAR more efficient and productive.

To secure your FREE Microsoft XP Risk Assessment And Migration Plan, call us today at 314-414-8400.

 

Clean your virtual desk

Cluttered desktopHow many icons are sitting on your computer desktop, unused? Nearly every software installation adds to the clutter on your desktop, but the only ones that need to be there are the ones you use regularly. All the rest can be found on your Start Menu.

For a quick fix, go to your desktop and delete every shortcut icon that you haven’t used in the last month. You can tell the shortcuts by the small arrow on the bottom left of the icon. These are safe to delete, because the program stays on your computer and is accessible through the Start Menu. If you have file folders or documents sitting on your desktop, don’t trash these. You can always them to your “My Documents” folder to clean things up.

Even better, there are a couple more places that are convenient locations for your program icons. One is your taskbar, usually at the bottom or the right of your screen. You can drag icons to an area next to the start button, and these stay accessible all the time, even when you are using other programs. I have Outlook and Internet Explorer on this bar, because I use these two programs the most. You can also add programs to the top of your Start Menu. This saves the time it would take to browse through the Program list.