Welcome to our Question of the Week Email!
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
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Happy Tuesday!  I hope you had a good weekend and that all is well!

Tomorrow, we're having another free webinar.  We hope you'll join us.  Get all the info below.

Our Question of the Week is pretty important so please scroll down and take a few minutes to read it!

Don't forget our blog!


If you read our January 3, 2017 blog, you know we spoke about keeping secure online by using a VPN (Virtual Private Network).  This webinar will explain how a VPN works and how you can install it and use it.
Like all our webinars, this one is free and open to everyone.  It will be held TOMORROW, January 25th at 1:00 p.m.  Sign up today by clicking the register button below.
Although I did a webinar on Twitter five years ago (11/16/2011), when  I reviewed the video recording, I felt we need a new webinar.  The old one is still pretty accurate but there have been some changes, especially when it comes to "Settings."  This webinar is called, "Twitter Revisited."  It will be held on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 at 3:00 p.m.  You can sign up for the webinar by clicking the button:
February Seminar
Our February Seminar will be held Saturday, February 11, 2017.  The subject is "Why Does Everything Happen To Me?" and it will be from 10:00 a.m.-12 Noon at Trinity United Methodist Church in Jensen Beach, FL. Our seminars are still only $8 per person.  Get all the details, including driving directions, by clicking on the View More button.​​​​​​​
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Our Blog
If you haven't visited our blog lately, you've missed a ton of helpful computer-related information.  We're covering subjects like passwords, VPNs, capturing your screen, Social Media In A Tragedy, resizing photos and more. Don't let another day go by without checking out our blog.  Just click on the picture above or click:
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Question of the Week

Question:  "I heard that Microsoft is going to stop supporting Windows 10.  How can that be?  Windows 10 is only a year and a half old!"

Answer:  With the advent of Windows 10, Microsoft has changed how they support an operating system. 
In the past, when Microsoft made major changes to their operating system (OS), they would change names, etc.  For instance, when they changed from Windows Vista, the new OS became Windows 7.  In truth, though, Windows 7 was just Vista Release 2 renamed because of the bad publicity surrounding Vista.  Windows 7 pretty much fixed all that was wrong with Vista and got a new name.
Windows 10, however, is a different story.  Three versions of Windows 10 have been released thus far - 1507, 1511 and 1607.  The version names consist of the year and the month of release.  What our customer saw or heard about the end of support for Windows 10 was actually the end of support for the first version - version 1507.  The support will end on March 26, 2017.  If you have version 1507, Windows 10 will continue to work, there just won't be any updates for it.
Since Windows 10 pretty much updates itself, for most of our customers, this will not be an issue.  Hopefully, if you're a Windows user, you're already using version 1607.
So, how can you check to see which version you're running?   Like everything in Windows, there are several ways to do it but we'll share one way here:
1)  On your keyboard, hold down the Windows Key and tap the letter R. (Click HERE if you don't know what the Windows Key looks like.)
2)  In the run window which appears, type "winver" without the quotation marks.
3)  Click OK.
4)  Read the version.  It should be 1607 or 1511.

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