Archive for 2019

Windows Update Stuck In Paused Mode After Updating to Windows 10 1809

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Hi,

I have ran into an interesting issue on machines I recently upgraded from Windows 10 1803 to Windows 10 1809. As you may know, those on the "Semi-Annual Channel" upgrade path with Windows 10 Pro and greater, don't receive feature updates as quickly as most home users.

The "Semi-Annual Channel" delays feature updates for a few months for Businesses and Windows 10 Pro/Enterprise/Education users to give those users more time to test applications. microsoft also uses telemetry data to fix any issues with the updates before deploying it to businsses via the Semi-Annual Channel.

Last week, I was finishing rolling out Windows 10 1809, when I noticed Windows update was broken on these machines.
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5 Must Have Security Add-Ons For Mozilla Firefox

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Hello folks!

Today we are going to cover five must have security add-ons for Mozilla Firefox. Firefox hit a rough patch the last few years, but after the re-write to Quantum with improved memory management, speed, security, and stability, it is beginning to gain back its market share.

Firefox has saw its usage growth  continue to grow for the 2nd straight month in 2019. This is good news! As with the recent news of Microsoft to be re-writing Edge with Google Chrome's Engine, this means Mozilla will be the only major browser left not using the Chromium render engine. As Firefox begins to get popular again, its important to have some quality security add-ons to keep you safe on the web!

So without further delay, here we go!

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Why your iPhone or Android Phone isn't as secure as you think

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The internet is a different place than it was 10 years ago, or even 5 years ago. Social Media and sharing has become an even bigger part of our lives. This rise in social sharing has also paved the way for mobile devices such as cellphones, tablets, and even IOT(Internet of Things) devices.

Apps and IOT devices give us much easier access to information and services than computers in many cases. This is highlighted by devices such as the Amazon Alexia that will allow you to order products by simply telling it what to order. While these are very much incredible feats and advances in technology, these advances come with some risks.


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Have web site? Why you should be using GEO TAGS

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In today's world, its almost unheard of that a business doesn't have a web site. In fact, many businesses have web sites, blogs, various social media accounts, all with the goal of driving consumers to their website for sales.

What if I told you I often see one BIG thing missing from their sites that would not only drive more traffic to their page, but would probably rank them higher than their competitors in search engine results. I know, your thinking what am I missing?

The answer is simple. Geo Tags

In part 2 of my do's and don't of websites and blogs  we will be going over Geo Tags, and how they can help your web site and your business.


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Should you put Ads on your blog?

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Hi folks!

Today we are going to talk about one of the "do's and don't's" of starting your own blog or web site. This is going to be a series of posts over the next few weeks that will help give you some insights on what you should do, and things you should not do.

It is my hope that this series of posts will help those getting started in their 1st year to not get penalized by search engines, and help you build a solid presence naturally.

so lets get started with the 1st topic: Advertisements.

Advertisements are a double edged sword. I understand everyone wants to make money from their blog or web site, but early on having Ad's on your site can really hurt you.

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