12 on 12: Technology Spring-Cleaning Tips

Spring is finally signaling its arrival. What better time to declutter your technology.

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Spring is finally signaling its arrival. What better time to declutter your technology.

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  • Re Casey Flaherty‘s Tip No. 2. Does anyone know how to nuke the LA County Bar Association‘s newletter? I have hit the Unsubscribe button more times than I can count, and it will still not go away.

    Re Robert Ambrigi‘s Tip No. 5. A couple of years ago, a guy got dinged for spoliation as I recall because he had CCleaner set to run at start-up and did not change it not to delete documents that were subject to a litigation hold. it‘s a good program (I use it myself), but I am not sure it can be set up that way. I have never tried.

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