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Losing or misplacing your phone can cause a surge of panic once the realization has been made. In order to avoid such anxiety there are a number of preventative measures you can take just in case you are unlucky enough to misplace your phone or have it stolen. Make sure Find my Iphone and Android Device manager are up and running If you do not have Find my iPhone or the Andro ...

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The .com shortcut If you want to type a URL directly into the address bar in mobile safari without having to type out “.com” “.au” or any other domain, tap and hold down the full stop which is situated next to the space bar. A list of short cuts will then appear. Accent shortcut In order to access accent marks such as grave, circumflex and acute, hold down on a letter key. ...

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Over the past couple of weeks, Microsoft has updated its Office 2016 preview apps for early adopters. One of the most notable new features of Microsoft Office 2016 is that Word includes live typing support, which allows desktop users to see the edits their colleagues are making to a shared document in real time. The update builds on a feature unveiled last month that allowed ...

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Keeping track of passwords can be a frustrating and annoying process, especially if you have a different password for every account (which we recommended for security purposes) In order to take the trouble out of remembering every single one of your passwords, Google has developed a feature called Smart Lock where all of your passwords can be stored securely in the one place. ...

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Meetings are an important aspect of most people’s working life. With the majority of us being time poor, it can often be frustrating finding a time which suits everyone’s busy schedule. Microsoft Outlook Exchange can make scheduling meetings a breeze with its calendar sharing feature, which allows you to see other people’s availability without having to ask. How to share you ...

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It has been announced that Windows 10 will be released on the 29 th of July, in 190 countries and 111 languages. According to Microsoft, the new edition will deliver a more personal computing experience across a range of different devices; from PCs, tablets and phones to Xbox One, Microsoft HoloLens and Surface Hub. Below is a list of the main features which are included in W ...

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Phishing is a technique used to gain personal information for the purposes of identity theft. More often than not, fraudsters send fake emails which mimic those of trusted companies, so that you’re tricked into disclosing valuable information such as your passwords and bank details. Phishing emails may look quite authentic, featuring corporate logos and formats similar to the ...

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As you may have seen in the news recently, a new wave of Crypto Locker virus is currently spreading over the internet and wreaking havoc on business computers. Targeting Australian businesses, this virus comes in via email pretending to be from reputable sources. Because of their targeted nature, these email look legitimate and entice users to run the virus. As with other Crypt ...

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What is the blue screen of death? Chances are if you’ve ever used Windows, you’ve experienced the dreaded “Blue Screen of Death” (BSOD). The page, with its bright blue screen and white text pops up at the most unexpected times, often causing loss of unsaved work and a mandatory reboot. Why does the blue screen of death appear? The blue screen of death appears once Windows en ...

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Using your mobile overseas can lead to some unexpected and very expensive bills upon your return. We’ve compiled a list of tips to help you reduce the risk of post-holiday bill shock.   Keep your data turned off The cost of data usage overseas is extremely high, costing upwards of $3 to load a single page. If you have your cellular data, 3G and data roaming turned off for the ...

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