Introducing Windows 11, The Ultimate To Do Organizer and A Place to get your Questions Answered

Updated: Apr 5


Summer is moving right along and it seems to go by faster and faster every year. Life gets busy. Luckily, there's help out there for us to keep up. A software upgrade to make our computers more efficient, an app that will organize our busy work and home lives and lastly a website that offers Kansan's a place to find answers on many of our questions.


Introducing Windows 11

The newest version of Microsoft's Windows Software will be releasing soon. Here are a few sneak peaks at what is new. Designed to provide a calm and creative space, they have rejuvenated the Start menu to provide new ways to connect to your favorite people, news, games and content. Windows 11 is the place to think, express and create. Check out Microsoft's site for more detailed information including how to get ready for the new version.


Todoist

The to do list for work and Life

Do you ever feel so unorganized that you think you will never get caught up? Todoist gives you the confidence that everything’s organized and accounted for, so you can make progress on the things that are important to you and have more time to do the things you love whether it be spending time with your family or just relaxing and watching a movie. The app is free but it does offer a Pro Plan for $3.99 per month or $35.99 per year.


K-State Research and Extension

Here is a good website full of information for Kansans on a plethora of subjects ranging from farm management, crop and livestock production, lawn and garden and community and youth. The extension offers online cooking and nutrition classes.









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