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A question we have been getting quite frequently since the release of Windows 10 is: Why is my Internet slower now? The answer we have found for most clients comes down to three issues: Users are 'reserving' their copy of Windows 10 which is generating 2-3GB of downloading per system. Systems that have upgraded to Windows 10 have driver issues, particularly with wireless drivers. Issues related to systems that...

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Update - April 10, 2014: Microsoft and ESG support for Windows XP has now ended.  Please read below to see how this impacts your business and what steps we recommend! Original Post - February 2014: By now you have likely heard from numerous sources including national media, Microsoft, and our ESG Blog that support for Windows XP will be ending April 8, 2014.   How  will...

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As we here at ESG have advised a number of times over the past few years, Microsoft will stop supporting XP on April 8, 2014, spelling an end to updates, fixes and other related services.  If you are still running Windows XP systems in your environment, now is the time to speak to us about moving to Windows 7 or Windows 8.  As a rule, for...

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UPDATE 12/17/2014 - While licensing and other concerns continue to exist on the Office 2013 front, it is becoming more difficult by the day to obtain valid licenses for Office 2010.  As we look to turn the page into 2015, it is unlikely that Office 2010 licenses will be available from anywhere but eBay.  If you have not already contacted us about purchasing Office 2010...

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As media reporting on Windows 8 continues to increase, you might be wondering "Should my small business upgrade to Windows 8 when it is available?" The recommendation of the team here at ESG is simply "no".  We advise bringing all your systems up to Windows 7 (removing any remaining Windows XP or Vista machines) and avoiding the deployment of Windows 8.  We base this recommendation on...

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