Due to a security vulnerability, Google is urging users of their Chrome web browser to update to the latest version. As the article mentions in the first link below, Chrome updates are usually automatically performed.
To see the current version of Chrome on a Mac, you can access the Chrome menu in the top left while in the browser and choose “About Google Chrome”. The second of two links below explains how to check if on a Windows-based PC.
This is another example of ensuring that your software is kept up to date.
Earlier in February, it was reported by multiple sites that some MacBook Pro owners had an issue with Adobe Premiere Pro CC “blowing” the speakers due to a software bug. Adobe has confirmed this issue and introduced an update to address it. The below link explains the problem and resolution.
Issues like this show the positive results of making sure software is kept up to date. For users with slower connections that prohibit quickly downloading updates and other files, ask us how we can assist with getting the most out of what you already have.