Touchscreen Monitors

January 6, 2015 Timothy Tablet Technology

The future has arrived at the Arkansas SBTDC in the form of touch screen monitors. (For those still not aware, Microsoft’s Windows 8 and future versions of Windows support touch screen devices.) Amazing is one word that describes the user experience. Think of a touch screen phone or tablet on steroids and you’re fairly close […]


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Microsoft Closes Clipart Library

December 3, 2014 Timothy Online Presence

Microsoft has closed its reknown clipart library at The next time you decide to search for clipart within Office, you’ll be directed to Bing, Microsoft’s search engine. Any clipart you installed on your computer with Office remains available. Only the extra clipart located on the website is being affected. Clicking the “Find more […]



Windows 10 9 Announced by Microsoft

September 30, 2014 Timothy Tablet Technology

Microsoft just announced the follow on to Windows 8 and its going to be Windows 10. Not 9. What gives? My guess is that Windows 9 was too much like the unpopular Windows 8, so the company decided to “go back to the future” with a more traditional windows.     Key Windows 10 Features […]



Cryptolocker Ransomware Protection

August 5, 2014 Timothy Uncategorized

The one-year anniversary of the nasty Cryptolocker ransomware’s release into the wild is just weeks away. Cryptolocker is still encrypting and ruining many people’s hard drives with the resultant losses of cherished photos and important files. For the uninitiated, Cryptolocker is Windows malware which encrypts your hard drive and then offers to unencrypt your files […]


Microsoft, Security,

Microsoft Ending Windows 7 Support On Jan. 13, 2015

July 15, 2014 Timothy Uncategorized

Woah! Deja vu! Didn’t Microsoft just end support for Windows XP? Yep! And if you upgraded to Windows 7, you may just get the opportunity to upgrade again. Microsoft is ending mainstream support (patches and fixes) for most users of Windows 7 on Jan. 13, 2015. Business users who purchased an extended service agreement will […]


Microsoft, Security,

Microsoft Office for iPad Released

March 27, 2014 Timothy Mobile Apps

Microsoft has released their new Microsoft Office for iPad app. Or, should we say apps? Unlike the Microsoft Office app for Android that is in fact a single app, Microsoft Office for iPad is actually three separate apps: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. The new suite of Microsoft Office for iPad apps requires iOS 7.0 or […]


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Windows XP obsolete but extended

February 11, 2014 Timothy Online Presence

Remember Microsoft XP? XP was Microsoft’s operating system that combined the best of Windows 95 with that of Windows NT. There’s a good chance you use Windows XP every week, even though you may have long upgraded to Vista or Windows 7. That’s because most of the world’s automatic teller machines (ATMs) still use Windows […]



Skype in the Workspace

November 29, 2012 Timothy Online Presence

Did you know that the popular videoconferencing software Skype now offers a business-to-business (B2B) version? Skype’s new owner Microsoft has just released from beta testing Skype in the Workspace. Skype in the Workspace is focused on helping businesses promote their own services or find desired skills or expertise. You can create free opportunities which include […]


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Microsoft Surface Tablet

August 22, 2012 Timothy Tablet Technology

Microsoft made news this past week with the rumor its new Microsoft Surface tablet might retail as low as $199 when ordered direct from Microsoft. The $199 price point would put the Microsoft Surface tablet on par for cost with the Android Nexus 7 and the Kindle Fire. If the cost is $199 for each […]


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Windows 8 released to manufacturing

August 3, 2012 Timothy Tablet Technology

Microsoft has released Windows 8 to manufacturing, meaning it’s on the way to a store near you. The official release date has been set for Friday, Oct. 26, 2012. According to Blogging Windows, “People will be able get Windows 8 starting on October 26 either by upgrading for $39.99 or on a new PC or […]


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