Splitting a Microsoft Access Database

Splitting a Microsoft Access Database

Splitting a databse is the third step in improving the speed of a Microsoft Access database. If you haven’t yet read or heard about splitting a Microsoft Access Database then either you are very new to databases or work in an I.T. department. Splitting a database is the process of separating the working bits from…

Non admin Installer

New Easier Single File Installer

  Our new installer only requires a single file to be downloaded, which can then be run straight away to install any of our applications. Like the old installer, it can still install the programs with standard user permissions. An administrator account is not required to run or install our programs. Due to most computer…

Save on Software with Open Source

Are you paying the lazy tax for technology?

Astute consumers would already know of the lazy tax for insurance. That’s where failing to shop around and instead just renewing your annual policies can cost hundreds extra. Insurance companies are aware that policy holders are reluctant to switch insurers and are therefore keen to provide incentives, in the form of cheaper prices,to attract new…

Speed Hints and Tips for Microsoft Access

9 Microsoft Access Speed Hacks

Having had clients who have used Microsoft Access for over 20 years, I have seen more than my share of slow databases. They don’t start out that way. When they are new, with very little data, they run like the clappers. Then as the years go by, and more data and more users are added to…

Dropbox Dropped

Why I dropped Dropbox

In theory, Dropbox and OneDrive are awesome. Up to 2 GB of free space to store your data in the cloud. Access your files wherever you may be … as long as you are connected to the internet. I am usually slow to the party when it comes to trying the very latest technology. I…