While the new year is already well underway, there is one more area that I think is important to consider for a fresh start to the year: privacy. We use our devices for so much of our daily lives and they not only contain a lot of our information, but they also store data about us. Reviewing what apps are able to access on our devices is an important part of controlling your information.Continue reading “Privacy Review”
Apple updated its operating systems today, including iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV. An update for Macs is expected soon. These updates are fairly minor but contain bug fixes and important security improvements. As I’ve written about before, it’s important to stay current with these updates.Continue reading “Apple System Updates”
As a new year begins I’ve been thinking about fresh starts. This is a good time to organize and clean out our digital lives so that we can start the year fresh, ready for anything. As we use our devices for more and more, it’s amazing how much stuff accumulates on them. Here are a few tips to help you organize and clean up your devices and get ready for the year ahead.Continue reading “A Fresh Start”
I posted an article earlier this year about Microsoft’s plan to end support for Windows 7 in January 2020. As the end of the year approaches, I thought it would be a good idea to remind anyone that is still using Windows 7 about this.Continue reading “Windows 7 Is Ending, And An Update”
It’s that time of year when Apple releases new devices and software updates. You’ve probably seen this mentioned in the news quite a bit over the past couple of weeks. Now that the dust has settled (a little), I thought I’d give a quick overview of what’s new and help to answer that all-Important question: should you get a new device.