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Software is intended to make computers do things for us right?
But do we really use the software to its fullest advantage.
Take a recent thread I was looking at where the user wanted to make use of date fields.
It is a standard feature of word that we don\'t always make use of.
I did a bit of research and I came across form filling being a feature in Office 2010.
In particular I got this [url=http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/fillable-form-word-2010-collect-data-easy/]tutorial[/url].
Anywho really great feature that we can all make use of to make our life easier.
If they are saying nice things who would ?
A thread this week though highlighted that these were not very nice comments though in which case one would always feel offended and want to prevent them occurring.
A calm head in the heat of the moment is what is needed and as we all know when offended or hurt is difficult to have.
My suggestion to them was to have a lawyer track down and close if necessary the posting that is making the comments. This is not for the average Joe to just Google how to do but requires the legal people to do.
The person who felt aggrieved does work with corporates and was scared that what was out there would hurt him in the eyes of his clients and this is obviously best avoided.
My suggestion and I am not a lawyer was
1) Leave the Lawyer to get the site closed down and deal with the slander/libel case if any.
2) Work with the lawyer to prepare a response that they can use with the Corporates. With the law there are times to talk and time to remain quiet and the lawyer is the best to know what you can and should not say.
3) Be open with the corporates. If you have a relationship with them and they have over a number of months had a business relationship with you that is founded and proven on trust then they are more likely to believe you than some random posting on a blog. Have a conversation along the lines. \"I need to advise you of something. A family member/former colleague/client has made statement in the public about me that I do not agree with. I wanted to bring this to your intention directly rather than you stumble across them. My lawyer has advised me (insert legal advice). This is in no way going to affect my focus on you as a client or the way that I perform my duties to be a service provider to you.\"
4) being honest with the Corporate can improve your perception in the eye of the Corporate even move you to the position of trusted adviser (the holy grail of the sales professional).
People will remember honesty and openness long after a few comments on a website have disappeared.
In one of the forums today someone was asking the question do I buy 4GB of fast memory or 8GB of slower memory.
Generally more memory is better but it does depend on a number of factors. If you are on a 32bit OS then the limit of 4GB is how much it can address so putting 8GB is a pointless exercise.
If it is a very memory intensive application and you can get the data into memory then faster memory is going to give you a better result.
You also need to know that DDR3 memory which is what is coming out in new workstations is not compatible with DDR2 which is in older motherboards.
So Anywho do check to see if your motherboard will support the DDR that you are going to buy
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Going through a thread today I came across someone with a 2Mb connection that was querying if they are getting the 2Mb they pay for.
Running a speed test showed that it was not and this is normal. The speed test is just sending a few bytes of information and seeing how fast it gets a response.
What yo are paying for is really through put and if you want to know if you are getting what you pay for you need to put a lot of data through the system.
So if you are downloading a large file you may get it to reach the 2MB. Download several large files and you are more likely to hit the 2MB.
You also have to remember that we think that we are the only person accessing a file on a server somewhere when the reality is very different with many thousands of users accessing files. Each request is handled in its own time and you have to wait your turn in the queue.
It is like standing in an empty stadium and using a cellphone it is very likely it will work fine. If you are standing there with 50000 fans using their cellphones then you may find firstly that you cannot connect or that the quality of the call is not as good as it could be.
I picked up on a conversation where someone was looking to start an Internet Cafe. I thought that this was pretty much a business like a video rental - not going to be around for much longer.
The writer though, despite the protestations of other members on the forum, was adamant that it would work.
It is apparently in a rural area with a high traffic of people who are relatively wealthy.
If he has done his research and he is right then what would he need?
The suggestions came in thick and fast. Reliable PC\'s not too high spec and if you can get 2nd hand equipment. Software to control the access you can\'t rely on the person at the cafe to do it for you.
Ancilliary services such as photocopying and Lotto can increase the feet through the doors.
Good advertising and the location are also important. You don\'t want to be on the 3rd floor of a building.
If it is in a rural location then you may need to find a wireless solution for the connectivity.
All good advice but at the back of my mind I am not convinced that this business is going to be around for long at least not as an Internet Cafe.