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Windows 10 release Back in December 2014 we previewed an early release of Windows 10 and we have been following things closely ever since. In our testing, Windows 10 has proved to be a worthwhile update, combining the usability and reliability of Windows 7 and the performance, security and functionality of Windows 8. Microsoft have announced […]

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16 April 2015

IMEX are delighted to announce that after a successful 15 years at our Malmesbury based office, we are moving to larger premises based in the centre of Swindon, Wiltshire. As we move into new offices our thoughts are focused both on the last 15 years spent at Cowage Farm and the exciting times ahead. The […]

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As Christmas is upon us and everyone is winding down for the big day, we would like to say a big “Thank You” for your support over the past year from all of us here at IMEX. We hope this year has been good to you in all your endeavours and we would like to […]

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3 December 2014

Windows 10 Preview Microsoft have recently unveiled their latest operating system, Windows 10, expected to be released mid to late 2015. Being a Microsoft Gold Partner, IMEX received a preview copy and have been testing now for almost a month, and so far we are pretty impressed. So firstly, why the name Windows 10? The […]

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While we hope that you all have time to enjoy the festivities, we want to make sure that you continue to have all the support you need from IMEX over the festive period. Please see below details of our Support Team’s opening hours from 24th December through to 2nd January 2015. 24th December close at […]

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Every Microsoft product has a lifecycle, which begins when a product is released and ends when it’s no longer supported. Knowing key dates in this lifecycle helps you make informed decisions about when to upgrade or make other changes to your software. During July 2010, Microsoft changed from providing full support for Windows Server 2003 […]

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