Question of the Week * September 3, 2015
Dear --FNAME--,

We had two very successful webinars last week on Windows 10.  You can view them by visiting  And, we have new webinars scheduled - see below!

Our September seminar is coming soon so please read all the details later in this email.

Just a reminder:  if you're a Windows Vista user, you really need to think about upgrading.  There are so many limitations with Windows Vista now and the operating system is old enough that you are really losing out on the advantages of a newer, faster computer.  Here at Keystone Computer Concepts, we have some great deals on both laptops and desktops.  We hope you'll check with us before you purchase a new computer!

Please consider sharing this email via social media and/or by forwarding in email.  Thanks.

We've announced our September webinars - and they're both about Windows 10.  Read all about them and sign up today by visiting our blog post HERE.
September Seminar
Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015
10:00 a.m.-12 Noon
September is here!  Our seminars start up again.  If you live on Florida's Treasure Coast, we hope you can join us.  The cost is still $8 per person.  The seminar is entitled "It's Been A Long, Hot Summer."   We're going to explore how, although there are lots of new things happening in the Microsoft and the Apple arenas, the basics still apply.  We'll touch on some of those basics as they relate to email, the operating system and more.  We hope you can join us.  Get directions by clicking HERE.
Question of the Week
Question:  "I know Microsoft just came out with Windows 10 and computers can be upgraded.  I also know Apple is coming out with OS X El Capitan and Macs can be upgraded.  What's the difference between an update and an upgrade?"
Answer:  When we talk about Windows 10 or OS X El Capitan, we are talking about software, in this case, Operating Systems (OS).  If you have a computer with an older operating system and you install either of these systems on top of the old one, you are upgrading your computer's operating system.  Software upgrades are large packages of changes, security fixes, new features, alterations in appearance and much, much more.  Upgrades are usually released years apart.
Updates, on the other hand, are generally much smaller changes and include security fixes. They are often released on a monthly basis.  

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