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Up for sale is my computer repair store. We have been operating from the same location for the past 16 years. The store has a great reputation and very loyal customers.
The store would be ideal for an owner operator, with a casual to assist. The workshop is fully setup for computer and laptop repairs. The shop has security bars, back to base alarm, video surveillance, phone system, 2 booking stations and sales and reception area. The workshop has enough room to accommodate 10 PC / Laptops to be repaired at the same time, on benches. There are also an additional 5 tech work area’s for Laptop repairs or research.
Microsoft is offering its Office application suite for iPhone users, the company said Friday, finally offering a version of the popular software for a platform other than Windows.The new Office Mobile for iPhone is available free to Office 365 Home Premium and Office 365 ProPlus subscribers. Office 365, launched two years ago, is the cloud version of the Microsoft Office application suite.
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WHY? – Why is Microsoft ending support for Windows XP and Office 2003?
In 2002 Microsoft introduced its Support Lifecycle policy based on customer feedback to have more transparency and predictability of support for Microsoft products. As per this policy, Microsoft Business and Developer products, including Windows and Office products, receive a minimum of 10 years of support (5 years Mainstream Support and 5 years Extended Support), at the supported service pack level.
Microsoft will cease supporting its Windows XP operating system next April, leaving millions of enterprise users with no protection against new security vulnerabilities as they fail to upgrade despite more than two years’ warning.
The company says 10 per cent of all PCs in Australia, about 2.5 million, are still running XP. Globally the figure is much higher. StatCounter puts it at 21 per cent, Netmarketshare.com says XP is installed on 31.4 per cent of PCs globally. And the popular software’s share is not declining at the rate that might be expected: it has dropped only eight percentage points in the past 12 months, according to Netmarketshare.
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