Tools

There’s more to this journey than meets the eye. I began my exploration with outdated everything – Windows XP, Office 2003, Antivirus software passed its prime and a dysfunctional printer. Microsoft had already jumped to Windows 8 and Office 2010 so I had to go through the effort to find out what was the most affordable way to get my computer working up to par. The following video was a good start.

If you run a non-profit and would like info on upgrading to or buying newer versions of these productivity tools, contact me and I’ll tell you what I experienced. And what I discovered that may surprise you.

Just one more bollard in the road.

And by the way, the tiny screens on smart phones and the tiny buttons – try those with bad eye sight and less than perfect cognition. Fancy coasters they are.