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Adobe's "Flash" technology was once ubiquitous. Ten years ago, if a website had some sort of animation, video or audio on it, chances were that Flash was involved in that process. However, as technology has moved on, Flash has sidelined. In a few short weeks, it will become all but impossible to view anything created with it.

Firefox now allows you to look up web addresses (DNS) securely rather than sending these requests to your default supplier. Good for security, but it can lead to problems if you have local DNS on your machine or company network that this then bypasses. This HowTo explains how you can create exclusions for these addresses so they continue to work as they should.

Yep, it's that time again. Microsoft will soon be pushing out the second of the two annual feature updates to Windows 10 users in the coming days. As was the case last year, this autumn release is smaller in scope than the spring one. However, that doesn't mean that nothing's changing. Let's take a look at some differences you may notice.

With Microsoft recently announcing that they will be dropping support for Internet Explorer 11 in all their apps from next year, it seems the days are numbered for what used to be the most widely used browser in the world. However, there are still some ancient intranet and internet sites that will not work in any other browser... Until now!

Yes, we know... ANOTHER article about this. However, as we'll cover in this 3a-Analysis blog, now is the time to act if there were any solvable IT issues identified by you or your business during the first Covid-19 lockdown. We'll take a look at some of the common problems we saw with some possible solutions. Don't say we didn't warn you!

In this new age of regular video meetings and family catchups, many of us are using our webcams more than ever. This naturally causes people to be more alert to its presence and the potential for embarrassment if it captures something unintended by accident or malice. Webcam covers are an obvious solution to this, but Apple is warning people to be very careful with them.

Almost everyone will have had an app crash on them at some point. The first emotion felt is usually panic as you consider when you last saved what you were working on. Unless it has completely shut itself down in the process, the next task is to close it somehow. This HowTo explains all.

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