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Microsoft to end updates to Windows 7’s free AV software, Security Essentials

Microsoft will not provide new malware signatures for its home-grown Security Essentials software after it retires Windows 7 in five weeks. “No, your Windows 7 computer is not protected by MSE ((Microsoft Security Essentials)) after January 14, 2020,” the company said in a support document mainly concerned about the Extended Security Updates (ESU) being shilled

A Few Tips for Getting the Most Out of Webinars

The first webinars of the free Practical Ed Tech Creativity Conference will be broadcast tomorrow. These are going to be live presentations with time for Q&A. More than 500 people have registered… Read the whole entry at »               Related Stories Lesson Plan, Meal Plan, and Fitness Plan Templates The Practical Ed Tech Podcast Episode

Lesson Plan, Meal Plan, and Fitness Plan Templates

Last week Canva announced a handful of new features including a video editor and a desktop application. A new education-specific version of Canva was also announced. Those new features don’t appear to… Read the whole entry at »               Related Stories The Practical Ed Tech Podcast Episode 22 – Fitness, Code, and Q&A The Week

How to use Google Drive on iPhone, iPad

Apple’s Files app is a fantastic solution for Apple users who need flexibility when it comes to the cloud storage services they us as it supports iCloud, Dropbox, Box and Google Drive. Why is Google Drive useful? The promise of cloud storage systems is that it becomes easier to use different platforms efficiently. You might

3D printing can keep aging Air Force aircraft flying

Enlarge / USAF Boeing B-52H Stratofortress taking-off with undercarriage retracting and trailing-edge wing flaps lowered at the 1998 Fairford Royal International Air Tattoo RIAT. (credit: | Getty) Glenn House and his colleagues spent more than four years making a new toilet for the B-1 Lancer. The challenge wasn’t fitting the john into the cockpit
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