How do I screenshot on my computer?

There are a few ways to screenshot on your computer depending on your Operating System.   Windows Snip & Sketch: You can use the Windows app ‘Snip & Sketch’ by searching for it in the Windows Search box near the Start button and clicking...

Avoid Windows 11 Upgrade for Now

You may have noticed a prompt on your screen urging you to upgrade your computer’s operating system to Windows 11. We advise you not to do so at this time for several reasons: SSCS is still in the process of evaluating the compatibility of commonly used software...

Set Mac OS to Lock Your Screen Automatically

If you are using any type of electronic device (e.g. smartphone, laptop, or tablet) to access University of Chicago systems, you must have an automatic screen lock configured.  If you are using a University-issued device, it will already be configured to meet this...

Set Windows 10 to Lock Your Screen Automatically

If you are using any type of electronic device (e.g. smartphone, laptop, or tablet) to access University of Chicago systems, you must have an automatic screen lock configured.  If you are using a University-issued device, it will already be configured to meet this...

Storage Upgrade – Winter Break 2020

As part of the Division’s continuing efforts to enhance the performance and security of its research storage, the existing Cronus systems will be migrated to new hardware a UChicago IT Services-managed datacenter. The migration will begin on Friday, December 24, and...