Microsoft has launched a brand new app for iOS and Android called "Office". Although that seems like old news - as you've been able to get Office apps on mobile for a long time - this promises to be something entirely different.
For most of us, i.e. the casual technology user, we associate 3G, 4G and now 5G, with our mobile phones and whether or not we have any signal. As long as we can see it in the top corner of our screen, we know we have Internet access.
Here at Clearwater IT, we often get asked about how to convert PDFs to Word documents. The general belief seems to be that you will need expensive PDF software, such as Adobe's Acrobat Pro. But, with a few caveats, that's not entirely true.
Here's the scenario, you've bravely bitten the bullet and migrated your business to Office 365. You've noticed you all have a OneDrive account and, even better, it can sync to your PC for easy access to files and folders. You move all your data across to the boss' OneDrive account, they share it with the staff, and they all sync the company data to their machines. And then it all starts to unravel...
So you are wondering whether Extinction Rebellion have got inside your computer and are causing a go-slow. Or your operating system just likes to take a siesta on a hot summer’s day. “Seriously”, you are asking, “Why is my computer so slow?”
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