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Blog
Are you reading our blog?  We have a new blog posting (just this morning) about Vipre Internet Security.  Please take a moment to read it!  You'll find it here:

Seminar
Our May seminar is coming two weeks from today.  For those on Florida's Treasure Coast, we hope to see you there.  All the details are below in the left column!

Question of the Week
Our Question of the Week is below.  Don't miss it!

Have an awesome weekend.  If you're having great weather like we are here in Florida, turn off the computer and go outside and enjoy!


John

John Grubb
President
Keystone Computer Concepts, Inc
1-877-651-3939 (Toll-free from anywhere in North America)
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Question Of The Week * May 2, 2015
 
 
 
 
 

Live Seminar

If you live on the Treasure Coast (Jensen Beach, Stuart, Port Saint Lucie, etc.), you're invited to our live seminar, 
Saturday, May 16, 2015. In this seminar, we're going to look at various calendars and how you can use them on your computer, tablet and smart phone.
Our seminars are still only $8 per person and we'll have lots of "goodies" to go along with your coffee or juice. Also, we'll have some prizes to give away for those who stay until the end. Our seminar this month is entitled "229 To Go." 

Remember, there's no need to sign up in advance... just join us and we'll take care of the rest. Here's all the info you should need:


When: Saturday,
May 16, 2015
10:00 a.m.- 12 Noon  
What:  229 To Go
Cost: $8 per person  
Where: Trinity United Methodist Church  
2221 NE Savannah Rd., Jensen Beach, FL  34957
(Click HERE for directions.)


 
 
 
 
 
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Question Of The Week



Question: "I heard that there's a new browser in Windows 10 and that many are hoping it's a cross-platform browser.  Is this true and what does 'cross-platform' mean?"


Answer:  Yes, Windows 10 will have a new browser which will replace Internet Explorer.  It's called "Microsoft Edge" and, here at KCC, we are already playing with it to see how it works. Here's just one feature of the new browser:
"Edge promises to be a whole new kind of Internet browser, including features such as in-app markup so you can highlight and draw pictures right on a website before sending those notes to a friend without needing or switching to another program."  (http://news.yahoo.com/meet-microsoft-edge-windows-10s-212526145.html)
Edge is built differently than IE and is designed to work more efficiently with the new Web. (More graphics, more types of devices accessing it.)
As for the cross-platform portion of our customer's question, that's a complicated answer but we'll give you the bottom line:  a piece of software which will work on different Operating Systems (OSs) is a cross-platform application.  (An example would be the Google Chrome browser - it works on various OSs.)  Microsoft has already announced that Edge will work on iOS and Android along with Windows so that makes it a cross-platform application.
Thanks to our customer for this week's question.  If you have a question you'd like to see here, please email the question to us at question@4kcc.com.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Free Webinars

We will have two webinars in May.  Look for the announcement soon in our blog and in our next Question of the Week email.

 
 
 
                              
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