With Office and OneDrive or SharePoint Online, you can work together with other folks in your office at the same time on the same document. That feature is called co-authoring, and here’s how you get going on it.
As Windows has grown and its feature set getting bigger, it includes pretty much everything you need to get everything done. However, just because it can do it doesn’t mean it’s the best tool to do it. Every IT guy has a program they install immediately upon getting a new computer. Replacing the built-in Windows graphic viewer with Irfanview is my immediate install.
Microsoft Word is a program we all spend a great deal of time in. And if you think about it, most of your time in that program is spent with your hands on the keyboard. The more you move your hands from your keyboard to your mouse and back, the less productive you are. Keyboard short cuts are the answer to increase your productivity.
Adobe is planning on ending support for Flash by 2020. While this has been a long-time coming, Adobe finally has made it official. Many web sites and browsers have begun shifting away from Flash for years now (Chrome disabled is by default quite a while ago). It’s being phased out because of a history of compatibility, performance, and security issues.
The problem? Many older online tools and web sites still use this Flash technology. If you need to use Flash and want to enable it on a case-by-case basis, here’s how to do it.