NEW ACCESSIBILITY in Google Apps

Head on over to slides.new and check out the new accessibility feature. (Note, anytime new features are released they ROLL OUT. If you don’t see them, wait up to 2 weeks.) Accessibility Menu You can also find the new Accessibility menu to the right of the Help menu. The menu is also available in Google […]

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Patch Lady – Managed Service Providers targeted

Recently I did an article on CSOOnline about how MSP’s have been targeted lately in attacks in order to gain access to clients.  They didn’t use the video over on the CSOOnline website, so I asked if I could post it elsewhere. Click here to download the video. If you use a consultant or a […]

from AskWoody https://www.askwoody.com/2019/patch-lady-managed-service-providers-targeted/…

More problems with Windows patches breaking older Access databases

Susan Bradley noted over the weekend that all of this month’s Windows patches break some Access 95-era Jet databases. That’s been acknowledged by Microsoft in all of the Knowledge Base articles. Now an anonymous poster here on AskWoody has raised the cry about a second kind of old-fashioned Access database problem. NSch_L gives the details […]

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Server 2016 LTSC patches take for-e-ver. There are numerous reasons why – and not much you can do about it

AskWoody reader (and Server expert) @alQamar has discovered a very disconcerting pattern when updating Server 2016 LTSC Core and LTSC GUI machines. An update to Server 2016 LTSC can take ten times as long as a similar update to Server 2019 LTSC. There are tons of reactions about Server 2016 and Client being slow updating. […]

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Woody’s Windows Watch: Dispatches from the browser-war’s front lines

Internet Explorer isn’t a web browser. According to Microsoft, it’s been demoted to a “compatibility solution.” Edge has some big fans, very few users — and it’s about to get a heart transplant. Chrome’s the crowd pleaser, but one hare-brained idea (recently rescinded) has to give you pause. Firefox keeps on foxing, but in terms […]

from AskWoody https://www.askwoody.com/2019/woodys-windows-watch-dispatches-from-the-browser-wars-front-lines/…