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Windows 10: so long and thanks for all the fish

Do you remember Windows XP?  You probably thought it would last forever but Microsoft called *time* on this operating system in April 2014.  Apparently, there are still some tenacious XP users out there (including in governmental departments) but the majority

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20 years: where has the time gone?

Do you remember what you were doing 20 years ago? Computer Troubleshooters Tonbridge remembers it clearly as it is all recorded in the business section of a local newspaper: the launch of our onsite IT support service was announced! The

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Have you been quished?

Did you ever wonder why scandals get the suffix “-gate” in the media?  You know, issues like queuegate – Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby getting to the front at Queen Elizabeth’s lying-in-state – or Kategate – the 2024 Mother’s Day

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Elephants never forget

Elephants never forget …. but do you? In the era before mobile phones, you would commit all the phone numbers you needed to memory and keep a stock of small change to make calls from the ubiquitous red telephone boxes. 

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Are you *completely* up to date?

You know that cyber security is *the* hot topic in the world of IT. You have implemented a range of protection measures – anti-spam, anti-virus, multi factor authentication – you know the drill. You have undertaken cyber awareness training and

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Should you be using Single Sign On?

Have you noticed a new option cropping up recently on your familiar login screens?  Alongside the usual username and password prompts, you may have an invitation to use Single Sign On. What is Single Sign On? Basically, it is what

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