Recently in our office we had a small issue — we obtained some software that had to be ran on a Windows computer, an Excel based software that could not be ran on a mac.
If you’ve been thinking about switching to the NBN (National Broadband Network) you’ve probably come across the two acronyms FTTN and FTTP — but what do they mean?
It seems to have happened to everyone at some point — you’ve got a particular file you really need, an assignment, some photos — really just any data on your computer and suddenly for any number of reasons its now unable to be opened.
I get asked a lot by people “where is this thing I used to have” when people have switched from a Windows computer to an Apple. This article is just a quick write up to show people the equivalent or similar software between the two systems.
The last article on the site written by Ronnie from www.itupdate.com.au discussed the uses of IoT devices and what you can do with them.