Info-things on PowerPoint usage including tips, techniques and tutorials.
In this post, we are reviewing iSpring Suite Max, which is the current release of iSpring Solutions’ eLearning suite of applications. We have already reviewed iSpring Suite 9.7 in the past. This time as well, my contact at iSpring Solutions Inc. was Maria Varankina. Thank you for coordinating, Maria. We also featured Slava Uskov of iSpring in an exclusive interview about new features in iSpring Suite Max.
To begin with, I uninstalled iSpring 9.7 from my system. Next, I installed the new iSpring Suite Max product, as shown in Figure 1, below. Do note that although the setup routine mentions iSpring Suite 10, the product installed is iSpring Suite Max. Both 10 and Max refer to the same product.
Figure 1: iSpring Max Setup
When you set up your Synology DS920+ or another Synology NAS device, you will be asked to create a user. Additionally, there may be an existing Admin user. Also, you or someone else may have added more users. We will learn how to explore existing users and add a new user in this post. In our next post, we will look at editing and removing users.
Follow these steps to explore this walkthrough:
By Barrera Alcova
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