I'm sure you are wondering which program really is the best consignment software? The Computer Peeps know how confusing it can be to make sure you purchase the right consignment software that matches your needs.
A critical flaw in Java is being exploited actively in the wild. Security exports are recommending Java be disabled immediately. This affects Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows.
Facebook has changed the buttons/options you see when an app would like access to your Facebook profile. In the past, you would be greeted with an "Allow" or "Don't Allow" option. Now you are no longer presented with the clear options and in fact now, there's only one button - "Play Game".
It's always a good time to discuss backups, regardless of your location. Do you know for certain if your backups are even functioning properly? When you close your consignment software each day and click 'Yes', do you feel extremely confident that your backup is being sent to at least one external disk and at least one off-site location? What if you didn't click 'Yes', did you still get a backup anyway?
This is something we are asked frequently. Store owners decide to sell their store and as part of the package, they wonder if they can sell their consignment software along with their store.
Google is rolling-out vanity URLs for Google+ profiles and pages over the next couple of days. Users should be prompted when visit their profiles and it appears as though it will be rolling-out in selective groups.
Ever notice how Gmail doesn't put your signature below your reply by default? There's a handy fix for this called Signature Tweaks available via Google Labs.
A picture is worth a thousand words. Often times, a client will want to share something they’re seeing on their screen. The problem is, getting said screen shot from point A to point B.
snag.gy is a very easy to use image hosting service that solves this problem.
We utilize Jing to quickly share screen shots, but not everyone has their own server and not everyone knows how to configure FTP info. With snag.gy, there is no special software required other than your web browser.
To take and share a screen shot, just do the following:
- Press the Print Screen button on your keyboard
- Press ctrl + v in snag.gy
- Share your URL in an email, blog post, instant message, etc.
That’s it! We thought we’d share this handy website and hopefully this removes the void between taking a screen shot and sharing it with someone.
Putting the right computers in place is key for keeping your consignment software running properly.
Microsoft has done us a favor and doubled the amount of steps it takes to shutdown/restart Windows 8 (as compared to Windows 7).