Category: Microsoft

Microsoft March 2021 Update – BSOD

The blue screen of death (BSOD) is an annoying thing and with the latest update that was automatically pushed out by Microsoft, MANY commercial clients are having issues!

Here is a link to the article on this issue:

As you can see, some people received this update and may not even know there is an issue since they do not have an impacted printer driver.  But if you do, you will need to take some action to either revert back/uninstall the update, or to use another workaround solution.

To date, some computers/printing issues are resolved by a work-around, while others are not resolved doing so! You may need to uninstall this most recent update for the time being…

For more details on how to do this and keep it come coming back for the time being, visit:

It is important to note that in our instructions, we are forced to say to DISABLE Windows Update. That will prevent any/all updates! So be sure to not do this for very long or you may miss important updates such as security ones!

Introducing Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams offers an alternative to Zoom and a great way to work with others. You can do video conferencing and more collaboration including sharing files and chatting. You might call it Skype on steroids. This solution is great for schools and just about any other group need.

Click here to learn more!

Office 365 becomes Microsoft 365

Office 365 becomes Microsoft 365 automatically on April 21, 2020. For those subscribed to Office 365, the change will happen automatically. You should have already received an email.

If you don’t currently have a subscription, now is a great time to find out more about what Microsoft has to offer. Your subscription can include the Microsoft suite of applications that were part of Office, and now more. Whatever your needs, a plan is available for you.