Installation (or setup) of a program (including drivers, plugins, etc.) is the act of putting the program onto a computer system so that it can be executed.
Most programs come with a general-purpose or dedicated installer - a specialist program which automates most of the work required for their installation.
Some software can be executed by simply copying it to a computer and executing it with no further ado; no installation procedure as such is required. Other programs are supplied in a form not suitable for immediate execution, and require an installation procedure. Installation may include unpacking of files supplied in a compressed form, copying them to suitable locations, tailoring the software to suit the hardware and the user's preferences, providing information about the program to the operating system, and so on. The installer may test for system suitability and available mass storage space.
Sometimes you just can't work out how to do something in Microsoft Office, and you need a helping hand. This could involve us providing you with a link to a website or web page explaining how to complete the desired task, or us talking you through it over the phone, or visiting your office and showing you first-hand.
Microsoft Office applications include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Publisher, and Office versions vary too. Most of the common versions now support x64 or 64 bit technology (from 2010 on-wards) whilst previous versions (2007 and earlier) support only x86 or 32 bit architecture.
The term update refers to the replacement of a product with a newer version of the same product by performing an upgrade process whereby an in-place update of the system and application files occurs. An example would be upgrading from Microsoft Office 2007 to Microsoft Office 2010, or Photoshop Elements to Photoshop CS5.
Software deployment is all of the activities that make a software system available for use. The general deployment process consists of several interrelated activities with possible transitions between them. These activities can occur at the producer site or at the consumer site or both. Because every software system is unique, the precise processes or procedures within each activity can hardly be defined. Therefore, "deployment" should be interpreted as a general process that has to be customised according to specific requirements or characteristics.
If you are having problems with software you could benefit from training in that area. This could involve us providing you with a link to a website or web page with helpful information, or us talking you through it over the phone, or visiting your office and showing you first-hand.
Problems can be related to mis-use or simply not being able to find what you need. Other problems can stem from errors or bugs in the application or corruption on the installation of the software itself. We can reinstall software in these circumstances or update software with newer versions in which any bugs may have been fixed.
Microsoft Access and Excel can be used to solve business problems. An example would be an Access database to store employee information, or invoice creation and management using Excel. We can help you to identify which software solution would best fit your needs, and design and develop the application for you.
Computer viruses are small software programs that are designed to spread from one computer to another and to interfere with computer operation. A virus might corrupt or delete data on your computer, use your email program to spread itself to other computers, or even erase everything on your hard disk.
Computer viruses are often spread by attachments in email messages or instant messaging messages. That is why it is essential that you never open email attachments unless you know who it’s from and you are expecting it. Viruses can be disguised as attachments of funny images, greeting cards, or audio and video files.
Computer viruses also spread through downloads on the Internet. They can be hidden in illicit software or other files or programs you might download. To help avoid computer viruses, it’s essential that you keep your computer current with the latest updates and anti-virus tools, stay informed about recent threats, run your computer as a standard user (not as administrator), and that you follow a few basic rules when you surf the Internet, download files, and open attachments.
Anti-virus or anti-virus software is used to prevent, detect, and remove computer viruses, worms, and Trojan horses. It may also prevent and remove ad-ware, spy-ware, and other forms of malware. It is also beneficial to limit the users that can access your computer in order to avoid someone using it to purposefully download or spread viruses.
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