By: Courtney Rose [spacer height=”20px”] On January 14, 2020 Windows 7 will no longer be supported by Microsoft, which means no more free security updates and technical support for the operating system. What that will mean for you is a less secure environment, and a means for viruses and malware to exploit your system. Microsoft…

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By: Andrew Edwards [spacer height=”20px”] Ever dreamt of backpacking through one of the many iconic hiking trails this world has to offer? Whether that dream takes you on the trail for a weekend, a couple of weeks, or even several months, Guthook by Atlas Guides is here to help prepare you for your travels. Simply…

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By Richard Stokes [spacer height=”20px”] Do you know what Format Painter in the suite of Microsoft Office Suites does? If you answered “Nope!”, then read on because it’s nothing short of liberating![spacer height=”20px”] Quite simply it’s a 1-click tool that allows you to change sections of text to the same format and font as another section…

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By: Tony Coughlin [spacer height=”20px”] Buying a car can be very exciting. However, it has the potential to evolve into a stressful situation. Are you going to buy new or used? Practical or luxurious? How luxurious? What features are you willing to sacrifice for your specific price point? All of these questions should be answered…

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by Tony Rushin   Did you set any New Year’s resolutions for 2019? If so, now that it’s April (Wow! Where have the first three months gone?), it’s time to reflect and perhaps reset your goals.   I have struggled for years – decades – with inconsistent exercise: 6 months on, 8 months off, 3…

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