10 Wellness Apps to Monitor Your Health

10 Wellness Apps to Monitor Your Health

Gear up for Healthy Aging Month in September

Your mobile device can be a great asset for your wellness program. Here are 10 apps that you can use to check and monitor your health and fitness activities.

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Major updates to Introductory computer courses

Major updates to Introductory computer courses

Introduction to Computers, Meet the Computer, and Exploring the Internet all get makeovers.

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Unlock your Windows 10 device with a PIN - It’s safer (and easier) than a password

Using a PIN can prevent access to your sensitive account in case of theft or loss of a device!

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Microsoft is banning easy to guess passwords

Microsoft is banning easy to guess passwords

We won't stop using passwords that make it easy for hackers, so Microsoft is taking action and banning them

When it comes to passwords, we can be our own worst enemy. Remembering a different cryptic password for every site is difficult and confusing. Here’s how to set strong passwords.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016/Ken Charvoz| Profile/Number of views (850)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: No rating
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Your default Windows user account is the single biggest threat to your computer

Hackers rely on users logging on with an admin-level account to install viruses and malware

Default user accounts in Windows have administrative-level access. That's fine, it's quite necessary. It is also the number one reason that hackers can compromise Windows computers, installing malware and viruses. Here's how to create alternative accounts and strengthen your personal security.

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Course updates

Course updates

Facebook, Safety First: Privacy & Safety Online, and Windows 10 get updates.

Facebook, Safety First: Privacy & Safety Online, and Windows 10 get updates. 

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American adults still unfamiliar with online learning options

American adults still unfamiliar with online learning options

Pew Research finds that place based learning is still vital for most American lifelong learners

Online learning options have grown dramatically in the past decade, but this Pew Research poll shows that American adults are still largely in the dark about Internet learning 

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Facebook adds reaction emojis so you can express more than a simple "Like"

Facebook adds reaction emojis so you can express more than a simple "Like"

New animated emojis give you more choices of expression when reacting to posts

Facebook has released an expanded set of  emojis you can use to express your reaction to posts. And, of course, you can use more than one at a time.
Monday, February 29, 2016/Ken Charvoz| Profile/Number of views (1751)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: No rating
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Two popular courses get Windows 10 updates

Two popular courses get Windows 10 updates

Introduction to Computers and Meet the Computer have been updated with information to help students navigate Windows 10

Introduction to Computers and Meet the Computer get updates for critical Windows 10 skills.

Monday, February 29, 2016/Ken Charvoz| Profile/Number of views (1566)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: No rating
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Google abandons Picasa and moves to Photos

Google abandons Picasa and moves to Photos

Google is retiring the venerable but outdated Picasa app in March of 2016

Picasa rarely got any love from Google in the way of updates so it isn’t surprising, especially given Google’s expansion of the Google Photos app, that Picasa is officially on the chopping block. According to Google, there will be no further support after March 15, 2016, although current users can continue to use the app.
Saturday, February 13, 2016/Ken Charvoz| Profile/Number of views (1713)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: No rating
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New course and updates: iPhone iOS 9 and Picasa!

New course and updates: iPhone iOS 9 and Picasa!

Two of our popular courses get updates.

Monday, November 30, 2015/Ken Charvoz| Profile/Number of views (1392)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: No rating
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Windows 10, iOS 9, and Android Lollipop courses now available

Windows 10, iOS 9, and Android Lollipop courses now available

There have been major changes to the most popular operating systems and we have them covered with three new courses now available for partner download.

Saturday, October 10, 2015/Ken Charvoz| Profile/Number of views (2928)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: No rating
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Microsoft Publisher 2013 now available

New course rounds out the most popular productivity apps from Microsoft Office

Monday, August 03, 2015/Ken Charvoz| Profile/Number of views (3287)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: No rating
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Microsoft issues emergency update to address critical security flaw

Microsoft issues emergency update to address critical security flaw

Security risk extends to all current versions of Windows and could allow remote takeover of your computer

Microsoft has released an update to fix a newly discovered security flaw that could allow “remote code execution” of a computer. The flaw is exploited through documents or webpages with embedded OpenType fonts and was considered critical enough for Microsoft to issue an immediate out-of-cycle patch. All current versions of Windows are affected including Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 and 8.1.
Monday, July 20, 2015/Ken Charvoz| Profile/Number of views (4993)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: No rating
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What you’re going to like about Edge, Microsoft’s new browser

What you’re going to like about Edge, Microsoft’s new browser

Edge is replacing Internet Explorer, and it comes with a raft of new features you’re going to love

Ken Charvoz explains the latest features on Microsoft's new browser, Edge.
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Facebook has updated News Feed controls to put you (more) in charge

Facebook has updated News Feed controls to put you (more) in charge

New settings allow you to choose the pages and people you want to see first

Facebook has decided to take a step out of the way and let you choose—to an extent—the friends and pages that you want to see at the top of your feed when you first log on. According to Facebook “you’re the only one who truly knows what is most meaningful to you”, so they have expanded settings in News Feed Preferences to let you prioritize.
Friday, July 10, 2015/Ken Charvoz| Profile/Number of views (4570)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: No rating
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Microsoft to abandon Skype Modern app and upgrade Translator

Microsoft to abandon Skype Modern app and upgrade Translator

Skype ditches the Modern app and focuses on the desktop while adding two new languages to the Translator preview

If you count on Skype to keep in touch with loved ones, it’s helpful to know about some of the recent changes that could impact you.
Thursday, July 09, 2015/Ken Charvoz| Profile/Number of views (6175)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: No rating
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New course! Mobile Accessibility: Making Your Phone and Tablet Easier to See, Hear and Use

New course! Mobile Accessibility: Making Your Phone and Tablet Easier to See, Hear and Use

Learn to access and use accessibility features included with your mobile device

We are happy to announce our newest course, Mobile Accessibility: Making Your Phone and Tablet Easier to See, Hear and Use. Mobile devices have features to assist users with vision, hearing, and dexterity loss or decline. This class is a comprehensive introduction to the most popular features that can help overcome these issues and help a user get more out of their device.  

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Intermediate Excel 2013 now available

Intermediate Excel 2013 now available

New course adds advanced functions for Office learners

We are happy to announce a new course for Connections and an expansion to the Office lineup—Intermediate Excel 2013.

 
Tuesday, June 09, 2015/Ken Charvoz| Profile/Number of views (4131)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: No rating
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Can’t wait for Windows 10? Get in line now.

Can’t wait for Windows 10? Get in line now.

Reserve your update or risk waiting in line

Windows 10 will be released in 190 countries world-wide on July 29. You'll get a notification when your upgrade is available for download, but Microsoft is saying that some notifications may be weeks or months after the release. Fortunately, if you are in a hurry you can reserve your spot in line for early notification with just a few clicks. Here's how.
Tuesday, June 02, 2015/Ken Charvoz| Profile/Number of views (6314)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: No rating
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