Question of the Week * October 7, 2015
 
 
 
 
Dear --FNAME--,

If you live on the Treasure Coast, we invite you to be with us for our October seminar this Saturday!  See below for all the details.

We've had four recent webinars on Windows 10.  You are invited to view them as many times as you want.  You'll find them listed at the bottom of this page:  www.4kcc.com/webinars.  More webinars will be announced soon.

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

John
772-408-4425
877-651-3939
www.4kcc.com
 
 
 
 
 
 
October Seminar
This Saturday, 
​October 10, 2015
10:00 a.m.-12 Noon
If you live on Florida's Treasure Coast, we hope you can join us for our monthly seminar.  The cost is still $8 per person.  The seminar is entitled "Niña, Pinta and Santa Maria"  We're going to continue 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 which we didn't get to in the last seminar.  We hope you can join us.  Get directions by clicking HERE.
 
 
 
 
 
Question of the Week
Question:  "I hear that Windows 10 has something called "virtual desktops" and a friend of mine has a Mac and he uses virtual desktops all the time.  What the heck is a virtual desktop?  It sounds complicated!"

Answer:  You are correct, both Windows 10 and Mac have virtual desktops but they aren't complicated, we promise!

Let's start by defining the term "virtual desktop."  On a computer, the area which first appears after the computer has booted up is what we call the desktop.  This area has limits - you can't place icons or programs beyond the edges of the desktop.  A virtual desktop allows you to use the same limited space but have many more windows open, etc.  Virtual windows also help to eliminate clutter.

We created a webinar on virtual desktops on Windows 10 (the principles are the same on a Mac), so for more info, please watch the video HERE.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
                                          
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