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Video: 52% of businesses still have at least one Windows XP machine

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Report: 52% of businesses still running Windows XP, despite support ending in 2014

According to the Spiceworks 2017 OS Adoption Trends survey , released Monday, some 52% of businesses are still running at least one instance of Windows XP, despite support for the OS ending on April 8, 2014.The survey also noted that 9% of businesses are still running at least one instance of Windows Vista, which will lose support on April 11, ...

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10 essential first steps after installing Windows

0SHARESShare Image: iStock/.shock Whether you’re installing a workstation or a server, the Windows operating system is designed to get you up and running as quickly as possible. Built-in drivers, ready-for-use applications, and a standardized Start Menu mean less devils in the details. However, there are a few things I always make sure to check off when I set up a ...

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How to track down USB flash drive usage with Windows 10's Event Viewer

Image: iStockphoto.com/Highwaystarz-Photography Soon after my article How to track down USB devices in Windows 10 with Microsoft’s USB Device Viewer was published, I received a message from a reader who was interested in tracking USB flash drive usage. More specifically, he wanted to be able to find out when a USB flash drive was connected to a system, when it ...

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Office Q&A: Three ways to search for messages in Outlook

0SHARESShare Most users have a love-hate relationship with Outlook. It’s great until it doesn’t work as expected. Users are often frustrated when they can’t find an email message that they know is in their Inbox somewhere. TechRepublic member Marty’s best solution is to use a search folder, but in this article, I’ll introduce you to Instant Search and its contextual ...

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How to build your own bot with Dexter

Image: Jack Wallen There’s no denying that bots have become huge. If you’re not sure what a bot is, they are software applications that run automated tasks over the Internet. The typical tasks bots perform are simple and repetitive. There are a number of reasons why bots have become popular, but the two most obvious are that bots can handle ...

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How to install and troubleshoot Bluetooth devices in macOS

Although Bluetooth-connected devices began as a cord-cutting luxury for many users, Bluetooth connections have become critical for linking a Mac to keyboards, mice, trackpads, speakers, and more. Installing Bluetooth devices is typically straightforward if a few basic instructions are followed. Here’s how to view, install, configure, and troubleshoot Bluetooth devices in macOS. SEE: Best Bluetooth headsets of 2017 (CNET) To ...

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Video: How to turn on or off hibernate in Windows 10

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Your life in AI's hands: The battle to understand deep learning

As society enters an era where AI will take life or death decisions—spotting whether moles are cancerous and driving us to work —trusting these machines will become ever more important. The difficulty is that it’s almost impossible for us to understand the inner workings of many modern AI systems that perform human-like tasks, such as recognizing real-life objects or understanding ...

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How to turn on or off hibernate in Windows 10

0SHARESShare Bill Detwiler is Managing Editor of TechRepublic and Tech Pro Research and the host of Cracking Open, CNET and TechRepublic’s popular online show. Prior to joining TechRepublic in 2000, Bill was an IT manager, database administrator, and desktop support specialist in the social research and energy industries. He has bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Louisville, where ...

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