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There was never a version of Windows called Windows 93. Which is probably a good thing (note that link only supports Firefox and Chrome – but feel free to load it up in Internet Explorer as it’s still entertaining).

Tagged in: Microsoft Windows

Happy Independence Day from Weston

Posted by on in Alerts

Weston's offices will be closed on Tuesday, July 4th, 2017, for the Independence Day holiday. 

Emergency support is available for our CompleteCare and WestonEssentials clients by calling your local Weston office and following the telephone prompts to contact the after-hours consultant (emergency/holiday rates may apply):

  • Bend: (541) 383-2340
  • Anchorage: (907) 375-8324
  • Spokane: (509) 228-7718

Weston wishes all of you a safe, enjoyable, and memorable Fourth of July holiday.

Volume Slider

There is good design, and there is bad design. The Reddit Subreddit /r/ProgrammerHumor decided to design some horrendous application volume controls. Here are the worst of the worst. For more, head straight to the source.

Tagged in: Technology

I’ll be honest: I was once a single-monitor user and thought it was fine. I carried my laptop wherever I went and worked like that. That’s the way it was, and I liked it. However, once I went to a multiple monitor setup, I was hooked, and I never looked back.

Some applications just work better or are more usable when running full screen (our ticketing system, for example, is one of them, as are many EMR applications). Some programs will default to full screen but some will require you to click maximize the window to get it to run full screen. Some apps will remember that you clicked on it to maximize it, but what if you want to open the program up maximized no matter what, and want to save yourself a click or two? There’s an easy way to do that.

Tagged in: Tips Windows