by   January 28 2014   
This spot was from the main page. I started to publish a few things about the way IE 11 works. After some thought I decided not to talk about IE in a way that makes you want to use it. Oh no, I want you to use all the browsers you can get and find the ones that don't work with your favorite sites. Then I want you to find out if your favorite site is HTML5 compliant. The key here isn't all about the browsers, it's also about the websites and their owners.

HTML5 + Video for IE, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, iOS, Android, Windows Mobile, etc. 

Updated!
I've been working with the site this weekend moving away from all the JavaScripts that make IE work like Chrome.

Today ended my testing of IE 11 compared to Chrome with only color issues.
I found if you move away from the standard colors used in most browsers IE just can't figure things out and pick a close match. If you're finding your colors are gone in IE 11 just match them to the old VGA scales.

Still I'm finding IE 11 acts like Chrome which acts like Opera that was on a Mac I believe. 

Bottom line is I've dumped 10 pounds of JavaScript and added 2.5 pounds of scripting fun. 

 

I've start the long awaited move to more HTML5 formating. 
Sure I'll keep those SuperCookies loading on your system for those still using Flash Video but for those wanting only the video and nother more I've setup to share via HTML5 video formating tag and the help of a few scripts. 
By the first of the year I think we all should be on better browsers. 
I'm not talking about making a browser war, pick the one you like. I am talking about making sure you are using the most updated version of your browser. 

Windows Migration Services : 

April 8th 2014 Windows XP support ends. 

Windows-7-150x150.jpgBaton Rouge, LA. Friday 6:00 AM 11-15-213
Local IT Consultant Murray W. is teaming with local IT Administrators to help streamline migration efforts.

Migration starts at the hardware survey and inventory.
Having over 20 years in hardware configuration and system building I will be able to identify systems that need to be replaced in your infrastructure even if they are listed as Windows 7 certified.

It's more than paying the $240+ to have your hardware listed on the hardware compatibility list.
You must know before you invest if that hardware platform will handle the computer role.

I have found Duo Core system offer best return on investment when running Ubuntu Desktop while i3 general is mixed.

Send me your inventory list as described inside my "Migration Preparation" article.
I'll review and even simulate the build. You need to know if that computer built in 2007 is going to cost you in time more than the cost of a new system over the next 3 years.

I am also setting up simulations of what you can expect to happen after the end of support. Exploits are being built to target your networks in a big way. As with all unsupported software you may never know if your computer has been exploited. 

The migration to supported OS facts:

  • Operating System XP patches will end.
  • Reverse engineering of newer OS patches will begin.
  • Exploits will be created and released.
  • The clock starts, how long will it take before your system crashes for good?

Learn more about what the end of life for Windows XP means to you. 

Upgrading from Windows XP to Windows 7 or Windows 8.
Upgrading from Windows anything to Ubuntu and other non-Window platforms. 

Contact me for a complete IT Systems Administrator review. 

For your reading enjoyment: Microsofts has their help site online here for Windows XP and Office 2003 users. After you read it come on back and I'll help you with understanding it all. 

 

 

This spot was from the main page. I started to publish a few things about the way IE 11 works. After some thought I decided not to talk about IE in a way that makes you want to use it. Oh no, I want you to use all the browsers you can get and find the ones that don't work with your favorite sites. Then I want you to find out if your favorite site is HTML5 compliant. The key here isn't all about the browsers, it's also about the websites and their owners.