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How do I scan multiple pages into one PDF of Windows 10?
How do I scan multiple pages into one PDF of Windows 1? italic Usually (but not always) the software thates with a scanner allows you to create images. It's possible that some scanner software will permit you to create PDF files but that is usually reserved for higher-end units not the kind of scanner that typicallyes with low-cost multi-function printers. The way to create a PDF document from multiple pages in Windows is to use Adobe Acrobat to scan your documents instead of the native software thates with the scanner. There is more than one way to do this depending on your scanner. If your scanner will allow you to insert more than one page at a time using a sheet feeder simply put the multiple sheets in the tray and execute a scan with Adobe Acrobat and Acrobat will automaticallybine each page into a single PDF file. If your scanner doesn't have a sheet feeder (meaning you can only scan one page at a time) you can adjust your scan settings so that Acrobat asks whether your scan isplete after it scans each page. If you have more pages simply select that choice until you finish scanning all the pages and when you are finished Acrobat willbine them into one file. Another way tobine multiple pages using Acrobat is once you initiate a scan choose the selection to Append to Existing File. This will allow you to add your scanned page to an existing PDF file. The only downside to this is that Adobe Acrobat is not a free program like Adobe Reader. There are some free apps that will allow you to create PDF files but I don know if they have the interoperability to drive a scanner. If they don you would have to scan each page individually and then use the free app tobine them into a single PDF file. horizontal-rule Years ago I worked for apany that had a huge and expensive network printer that provided for high-speed printing and scanning. It wasn necessary to have your own copy of Adobe Acrobat to do that because it was integrated into the function of the machine which is understandable considering they paid around $1 for it. italic
Why is Windows 10 so popular?
The market is limited choice on desktop and laptopputers of pre-installed operating systems (Windows or Macintosh) based on decisions from hardware manufacturers. Linux basedputers from the factory are such a minority they do not even get measured. With this limited choice consumers overwhelmingly choose Windows basedputers over Apple. Chromebooks may fit into this model on the low-end as a laptop in which case they represent about 1% of the PC market. Other choices for consumers depending on their need would be really advanced tablets phones that plug into a desktop expander or even a set top box for media consumption. Android rules this part of the market with Apple's iOS second and Windows offerings a distant third. Depending on how you define the market Windows is absolutely popular based on choices. A better measure than popularity is user satisfaction italic . When Windows 1 first came out it was an easy headline to have a pollingpany do user satisfaction survey polls because they couldpare it against Windows 7. In 216 three years ago Windows 1 was overwhelmingly given high user satisfaction ratings by both retail consumers and corporate IT staff. That kind of polling isn't done anymore the question is asked and answered. For people who aren't satisfied they could choose to use an Apple desktop or laptop. It would require an entirely new hardware purchase and Apple appears to be abandoning the desktop market with very few new and upgraded offerings either in their hardware or software. On their current hardware they could install a Linux variant. Fewer than 5% of users choose this and for average users it is probably not a legitimate choice. As soon as something goes wrong fixing it inevitably devolves intomand line wizardry that makes average users ufortable. This 5% number has remained stable for about 25 years. I don't expect it to go down or up in the near future. On the other hand many average users actually could do well with just a Chromebook a tablet or connecting a phone to a larger screen. These new generation of designs seems to serve people well. Despite these other options desktop and laptop sales bined) remain stable with Windows the dominant OS. Fewer people are choosing desktops but that market is moving towards premium laptops and not tablets. If anything the smart phone market seems to be cannibalizing the tablet market from the bottom rather than people downgrading to tablets. Summary for the question Is Windows 1 popular with the average user and are there any reasonable alternatives? Windows is popular. Windows has high user satisfaction. There are reasonable alternatives but they are not popular.
What is your review of Microsoft Windows 10?
Im a very experienced developer on MSFT platforms having worked on them practically since Bill Gates was still living in his parents garage. Those who blindly bash Windows and everything MSFT does aren reasonable and often not rational IMHO (not referring to you though - I don know you). Their views are usually unfair unsound and biased for a host of reasons. If the world largest softwarepany with many of the world smartest people and billions of dollars spent developing Windows (over many years) can create an operating system that people like then what would they like. Do they really believe someone else can do it better. Who would that be exactly and what could they bring to bear on the situation that MSFT couldn. After countless billions spent and an army of experts who have worked on Windows for a generation now (including an enormous amount of ergonomic research) do users really believe someone has more money and even smarter people that can do it even better? Where do these smarter people exist and where will the moneye from. Sorry but anyone who thinks that Windows can be rewritten and it would magically trounce the current version doesn understand software development or itsplexities (including the need to maintain backwardspatibility with earlier versions of the same operating system and the inevitableplications that arise). Windows is almost as good as it gets for today technology. Future operating systems relying on quantumputing virtual reality etc. will do better but that technology is still in its infancy. That being said it doesn mean that Windows (Windows 1 specifically) is perfect couldn be improved in some ways or can be all things to all people. Obviously it can and people will about this and that and much of it will be according to their own personal likes and dislikes. You can never escape that for any product especially one with a user base the size of Windows. Overall however for whatever imperfections people will argue about Windows 1 is an excellent product by any reasonable definition. It well designed reasonably stable (perfectly stable is nearly impossible for any program its size) and does its job very well all things considered. You really can do much better no matter what anyone tells you. If I had to cite one significantt about it however (well two - forcing updates on people was a very bad idea) it isn about the interface itself but about its privacy. This is where MSFTpletely fails IMHO because the situation (lack of privacy) is by design. Customers should be able topletely disable the OS from sending *any* information back to MSFT but unfortunately we can. That MSFT own decision as apany of course and it ultimately their call presumably ged by their customer reactions though (many of them negative). People don have to use their OS if they don want to because of the privacy situation but in the real world there no viablepetition (for businesses in particular). Home users can always turn to Linux or Apple for instance but it not realistic for most businesses and even most home users (and Im not even clear what Apple privacy situation is). The ecosystem for desktopputing world wide is Windows and it very difficult to escape its influence. MSFT effectively has a monopoly on the desktop market and they know it. The privacy situation in Windows 1 however is widely disliked (often hated) by many people and I count myself among them.
What are the best Windows mobile apps, and why?
Hi! I use Lumia 95 and here are some apps I use frequently and consider the best for me Office Remote I open my Powerpoint file and enable Office Remote to connect the phone with the laptop. This is the main screen. Moving forward and backward with current slide and next slide preview. Slides browser. And this is my favorite screen The current slide is viewed fullscreen and I can simulate laser pointer by touching and dragging across the screen. With this I can move freely without having to rely on my laptop PC. I have the presentation slides in total control in my hands. Truecaller This app helps me a lot. People with Truecaller installed on their phones can label an iing call and share it to the server and when the same phone calls my phone it displays the label set by previos person. I don know exactly how the system works but most of the annoying spam callers (credit cards offers surveys loans etc.) got their numbers labelled and I can choose to reject the calls. OnePedia Just an unofficial Wikipedia browser with beautiful UI design. I love to browse and read Wiki articles on it. OneCalendar Just an alternative to the already great Outlook Calendar. It has full support to Google Calendar displays shared calendars events details. Sharit An awesome universal sharer. Through this I can share contents to multiple accounts of multiple social media. Instagram Tumblr Facebook Twitter Linkedin . . . everything italic through single app. Skype Made awesome with Office 365 subscription. Skype minutes enables me to call landlines and mobile phones through wifi.
How do I become a cyber security professional?
Here are five things that have impacted me in my career and helped me to grow both as a security person and a human being. These things prepared me to be a cyber security professional. Get a solid understanding of systems and networks. Systems and networks are the foundation for everything we do in security. If you want to be better at security you must have a foundation in TCP Both in the theoretical side and in the application side. The easiest way to get this experience is to be a systems administrator. The lessons I learned as a sysadmin allow me to speak about things in security such as DNS that if I hadn't ever wrestled with I would only be talking theory. Since I've had my hands on a DNS server and configured zones I truly understand the security challenges of DNS. Read like crazy . In the security business things are always changing. Whether it's new technologies (threat intelligence is the hot thing now) or new techniques this is not a stagnant industry. To get ahead in any industry you must continue to grow and learn. Be an avid reader and learn from the books you read. Even though college is over take notes about the things that catch you in the book and act upon them. Do not think you must limit yourself to non-fiction. Sprinkle fiction in as well to expand your mind. Network and not in a cheesy walk around and hand out business cards way. Make friends in the security industry. Do this on twitter. Do not use Twitter as a news feed. Respond to security people and get into the conversations. The worst thing that happens is that they ignore you. Go to conferences and don't just stand in the back of the room like you are at a middle school dance. Introduce yourself to people talk before the sessions start make yourself a part of themunity. You'll benefit greatly from the relationships you establish with real security people. ordered-list