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24 August 2016, by , in Uncategorised, Comments off
Are you a business based in Maidenhead? As part of the £230 million investment into the city centre, Netzen are looking to bring the latest available technology and IT services to businesses operating in the area. The Landing will create a new gateway and meeting place in the heart of Maidenhead. An island site in...
23 August 2016, by , in Linux, Comments off
Sometimes it’s very useful to view exact folder sizes in Linux from the command line/terminal. You may wish to know which folders are using up all the space, and use the below command to check. To list the size of all individual folders/files in Linux in the current directory in human readable sizes like KB/MB/GB:...
9 August 2016, by , in Free software, Comments off
The internet is a dangerous place, and with more and more malicious spam emails ending up in your inbox, you are probably here looking for a solution to filter them out. Here are 5 of the best free anti spam solutions on the market, in no particular order! 1) CloudMark DesktopOne This solution filters spam...
19 July 2016, by , in Windows, Comments off
Have you just upgraded to Windows 10 and some of your applications/games ask for the package dotnet 3.5? Do you get the error message above when the installer tries to connect to the internet and download/install .net 3.5 framework? You will need an original windows 10 dvd or downloaded ISO image from your windows 10...
1 July 2016, by , in Infographics, Comments off
Here we have an awesome infographic from the people at search engine optimisation websites Backlinko and Ignite Visibility that will teach you everything you need to know about search engine friendly URLs. The infographic provides information about how long you should make your URLs, how many keywords you should include in your URLs, whether you...
7 April 2016, by , in Infographics, Comments off
Here is a fantastic  infographic which was produced by the technology blog called TechSpartan.co.uk that compares how time was spent on the internet in 2014 to 2015. Learn about the number of internet users, the number of photos that were uploaded, the number of tweets, the number of pins and more by checking out this...
13 March 2016, by , in Mac, Comments off
Sometimes moving mail from one Mac Mail to another can be a pain. Here is a quick guide that should overcome most common problems, and lets you monitor the progress of your exports/imports. This is the process I followed which appeared most successful when migrating 20 Mac Mail mailboxes to new Macs. Step by step...
25 February 2016, by , in Infographics, Comments off
Here we have a great infographic that we found on the Virgin website that provides information about the evolution of the computer. The infographic starts off in 1613 when the term computer was coined and used to describe people who performed calculations or computations and goes all the way through to 2013 when Sony released the...
25 February 2016, by , in Mac, Comments off
If you need to share folders/files with all users on your network from a Mac, follow this quick 5 step guide:   Go to system preferences > sharing > enable file sharing by ticking the box Then select the folder you wish to share with the plus button. Select ‘Everyone’ from the users list and...
27 November 2015, by , in Windows, Comments off
It appears Microsoft have now removed support for Exchange 2007 within Office 2016/Outlook 2016. Traditionally Microsoft only support the latest three versions of Exchange which for Outlook 2016 are: Exchange 2016 Exchange 2013 Exchange 2010 Anything other than this will not work, and you will get the following message: “The resource that you are trying...