As both an entrepreneur and an IT specialist, Lindsey offers a blend of deep technical expertise and commercial insight, delivered in language business owners can really understand and trust. She works with clients to provide a full range of services from strategic advice through to project management and infrastructure support.
Lindsey is an accredited Cyber Essentials Consultant
The good, the bad and the ugly of Windows 10
- The Start Menu is back making the move from Windows 7 far less traumatic
- Easier to use compared to Windows 8 and a natural progression for Windows 7 users
- Windows 8 charms are gone (thank goodness) and replaced with the much nicer Action Centre
- Seamless switching between desktop & tablet modes for 2-in-1 devices.
- You may encounter some bugs related to activation, updates.
- Privacy settings need to be changed if you use ‘Express’ set-up.
- Edge browser is good but lacks extension support; even Microsoft’s own Silverlight
- No surprise that some software vendors are still playing catch up.
- Quoted minimum specifications are optimistic at best.
- WI-Fi sense. A degradation of privacy for the unaware.
- Forced updates. Some of us still like the choice