OK, if you’ve been following this trend…. You may know that you should do a bit of cleanup before and after you upgrade. I’m overdue on writing the post for the post Windows 10 upgrade. But, here’s a new...Read More
Yes, I know I have already said (by my count, at least seven times on this blog) you must backup your data. I’ve been saying that for years. So, I suppose it should never be left unsaid. Clean up your computer, backup your...Read More
Maintenance tasks you can do for yourself, which will improve things on your computer, whether you do or don’t upgrade to Windows 10. Here are the first three: 1. Check for malware and clean up junk. 2. Download and run...Read More
Will full attribution to “America’s Digital Goddess” – I say, “Thank you, so much!” Kim Komando has been at this a lot longer than I have… After you read the referenced article (on...Read More
So funny! I thought the name was, “Stacked IT!” – but I see now it is, “stack edit” – so the laugh’s on me. I’m always happy to make you laugh, even at my expense. Here’s the...Read More
Echoing the description of this page from Insurance Journal (Article By Laird Rixford | March 10, 2014 in Insurance Journal), I’m tempted to make some snide remark about Ostriches hiding their heads in the sand. “If...Read More
This has been one of those days where being pulled in only a dozen directions has produced a trail of website links readers might find interesting. Some of them were collected as part of the research I’m doing for clients,...Read More
OK, where were we? Ah, yes, that third way is far more labor intensive and makes far less sense than a cloud based backup plan. If you came in in the middle of this conversation, scroll down or click here, to see the first part...Read More
You collect stuff on your computer. In the latest versions of Windows, it’s all under your user profile, and in Libraries on Windows 7 and 8. Libraries are pretty nice shortcut management tools for your stuff, introduced...Read More
Today, I listened with interest to a friend on the radio. Dominique Fruchtman is one of the owners of Desert Cow Computers and she now has her own time slot on the radio, Saturdays, at noon, on 1450 AM. So many things I write...Read More
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