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This month's articles are provided by Laura Bunt.
question is why all the fuss? Well, most computers are programmed
to spring forward and fall back on the old schedule. Newer systems
such as Windows XP or Mac OS X 10.3 or 104 will not be affected and
if need be, you can obtain a patch on their respective
websites. For those of us on older machines, we are on our own. Here
are some suggestions:
For PCs, there are fixes out there for free, however, it might take a techie guru to apply the patch for you. So, if you have Tech Help, this is the time to buy them coffee and plead for them to fix this for you. Two links you can send them to are the following:
For Macs Older than OS 10.3, you are on your own. Simply adjust the clock yourself using the Date & Time option in the Apple Control Panel.
This article was adapted from
"Help File" by Rob Pegoraro
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