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INNOVATE! Technology, Tools, Tips & Techniques
February 2007
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Dear Client,

Welcome to INNOVATE!, an administrative resource for small business owners. INNOVATE! is a product of Cybertary, a professional Virtual Assistant company. In these monthly emails we will be giving you numerous resources and tips you can use in your business, your home, your office and your life!

In this month's INNOVATE! Cybertary brings you some insight into all of the hub-bub surrounding the new Microsoft Windows Vista and dual core processors. Also, this month how to partner with Cybertary and delegate.

Enjoy!


Microsoft® Windows Vista is Here! But Are You Ready?

 

By Paul Burton - Guest Author and Technical Writer
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2007 has arrived and with it comes the next operating system from Microsoft. Windows Vista is due to be on store shelves January 30th. It sports a very different visual "experience" and Microsoft touts loads of upgrades.

But is now the time for you to upgrade? Well, you will almost certainly have a compelling reason to upgrade eventually. Perhaps this will happen when you find yourself wanting a new piece of hardware that has no drivers for Windows XP. Or you may find yourself with a whole new computer, worthy of Vista features at a time when you are willing to tinker with the changes. Or perhaps the time will come when Windows XP is no longer available. It may be quite a while before any of these things occur.


A Quick Bit About Dual-Core Processors

 

By Paul Burton - Guest Author and Technical Writer
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What is a dual-core processor?
Dual-core processors combine two separate processors, along with their individual memory caches, on a single chip. This does not mean that your processor speed doubles. It means you have another processor to share the processing burden, which, for the most part, helps streamline your computer's performance when you're using multiple applications concurrently.

It's actually a little better than that sounds. Remember, Windows itself is a program, and so is your antivirus. Better still, lots of programs today (though not all) are capable of splitting up whatever they do into multiple separate threads that run at the same time.

Dual-core processors will not help you type faster, send email quicker, or generally improve your personal work performance. It will increase the processing speed of your computer, which will make it run more efficiently.


Get out From Behind Your Desk and in Front of Your Clients

 

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If you're like most small business owners, you know that the best, most valuable use of a free hour is not made from behind your desk but in front of your clients. However, in reality, your time probably gets spent on the hundreds of critical administrative tasks that sustain your business operations when you could be out growing business. With all this busywork eating away the hours, how can you realistically make more time for your clients?

Consider all the things you could do for your business if someone handed you an unscheduled hour. Or several unscheduled hours? The ideas are endless, right?


Cyber-Quick Tip

 

Quickly Create Outlook Attachments Via Drop and Drag
Idea keyboard If you're looking for a quick and easy way to attach documents in an email, you can do it in a few simple steps.
  • Open the folder containing the file you want to attach to Windows Explorer.
  • Make sure your Inbox is open in Outlook.
  • Grab the file from Windows Explorer with your mouse and drop it on your open Inbox.

Microsoft Outlook automatically starts a new email message with the file attached.


Someone Once Said...

 


Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.
-Helen Keller


Preview of Next Month's INNOVATE! Newsletter...

 

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  • Keeping your Computer Clean
  • Organizing your Data - Naming and Organizing Files Logically
  • Keeping in Touch with Your Business Contacts
  • Cyber-Quick Tip
  • ...And More!

Thank you for taking the time to read our monthly newsletter. I do hope that you found the articles informative and useful. If you have a topic that you would like to see explored in a future newsletter, or if you know of someone who can benefit from our services please let us know.

Sincerely,

Patricia Marketing
Patricia Beckman - Founder/CEO

Cybertary, Inc.

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