I think Windows 11 is finally getting the UI to a place that Microsoft has been competing with Apple against for decades. It’s still very Microsoft, but it’s nice to see the Windows UI not just changing to “try and look new/modern,” but to do that in a way that to me, actually looks like they’ve conceded and delivered a nice UX.
You might be wondering what lighting has to do with your consignment software or your consignment store’s computers, but it’s just another piece in the technology puzzle — and one that can have a negative impact on your computers and software.
Whether you’re a store with just one computer, or a store with 15 computers + network printers, we’ve implemented and recommend the following Internet and network setup for consignment/resale stores…
tl:dr — Watch out for emails from Google regarding your own sign-in activity, as these security emails contain a button that if clicked, will delete all of your App Passwords that allow your consignment/resale software to send email.
tl;dr — As of May 30, 2022, Google no longer supports the Less Secure Apps feature that allowed third party programs (e.g. consignment software such as Peeps’ Software) to be able to send emails. This means, your consignment software likely will no longer be able to send emails from your Gmail account. Going forward, the already-available App Passwords feature in Gmail has to be utilized for sending emails.
The v2.19 update for Peeps’ Software is live!
Accidentally entered items into the wrong account? No worries! Peeps’ Software makes it easy and safe to move items to another account!
Currently, all of Facebook’s services – that includes Instagram and WhatsApp — are completely down.
Recently, we had a store report they could no longer print to a tag printer, that was shared and physically plugged-in to another computer. That other computer was running Windows 10 and it started Tuesday/Wednesday — i.e. Windows Updates. tl;dr – Remove KB5005565 from the Windows 10 machine.