XP

Articles with the tag XP are listed below.

Article - Antivirus

WannaCrypt Ransomware

You will be undoubtedly aware of the large scale infection of many high profile organisations with a ransomware virus known as WannaCrypt. Ransomware encrypts your files (primarily document files) and then demands a fee for the decryption code. No matter what kind of computer (PC or Mac) or device you are using it is important you are aware of this issue and what you need to be doing.

15 May 2017 • 23 views

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How to clear your Internet Explorer Browser Cache

If you are encountering script errors when browsing your usual web sites using the Internet Explorer web browser then the first thing to do is clear your browser cache of the temporary files that are downloaded from the web.  Here we show you how to quickly clear your Internet Explorer browser cache.

25 Oct 2016 • 23 views

Using Windows XP? You like living dangerously!

It’s time to say goodbye, Windows XP was a great operating system and if you’re still working away with no problems we can understand why you wouldn’t think to change.  However, think again, in April Microsoft officially ended support for its aging operating system that is more than a decade old and with the rate that technology evolves that make it’s obsolete.  

24 Jun 2015 • 23 views

Compass - Article

How to import an Applicant's Email into the Pupillage Application Manager

The Pupillage Application Manager (PAM) allows E-mails and attachments received from applicants to be imported into and associated with the application.  This short article explains how to import an applicant's E-mail into PAM.

29 May 2015 • 23 views

Webmail or another website looks strange or only the light version of webmail now available

If your Internet Explorer browser has updated itself to version 11, this forces Exchange 2010 webmail to display in the 'light' version with less options and other websites to display strangely. 

2 Jan 2014 • 23 views

A Web Site looks odd or is not responding how it used to

More recent versions of Internet Explorer can cause problems displaying websites created for older versions of the brwoser.  An example is if you are still using Microsoft Exchange 2003 Webmail but many other websites can including Inquisita Law also exhibit strange effects (eg. font changes, tables out of alignment, video not displaying, etc). Here we show you how to quickly correct this problem.

19 Aug 2013 • 23 views

How to clear Internet Explorer Temporary Files

Occasionally there is a problem with the browser that needs the temporary files clearing (including problems logging onto certain websites).

9 Aug 2013 • 23 views

How to encrypt your Windows PC using TrueCrypt (Video)

A Windows log on password can easily be removed if your computer is lost or stolen so the best way to protect the information it contains is to encrypt its hard drive.

12 Nov 2012 • 23 views

How to encrypt your Windows PC using TrueCrypt (Step by Step)

A Windows log on password can easily be removed if your computer is lost or stolen so the best way to protect the information it contains is to encrypt its hard drive.

10 Nov 2012 • 23 views

How to create a VPN connection to 15 New Bridge Street on a Windows PC

In order to access some 15 New Bridge Street resources remotely (eg. shared drive and printers) you will need to set up a VPN (virtual private networking) connection.  This short note explains how to setup a VPN connection on a Windows PC

11 Apr 2012 • 23 views