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Old 06-06-2016, 04:51 PM
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Greg Miller: Pass on the computer upgrade to Windows 10 - Times Herald-Record

Greg Miller: Pass on the computer upgrade to Windows 10
Times Herald-Record
While Windows 10 is not as radical of a change as Windows 8 was, there is still a learning curve and end-user training needs. If you are not prepared for ... For example, Intuit does not support QuickBooks 2014 (or older) in Windows 10. Fujitsu does ...

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Old 02-04-2017, 04:15 AM
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Damn, I was so angry when Windows has done a update to the newest version of the software without my permission. :/ What funny is, is the fact, that I had turned off automaticall netent spel actualisations. It did not help of course.

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