This we have some new information on items from previous columns. Here comes the next gigantic Windows 10 update! That BatteryCare utility startled some readers. And the Date and Time tweak was confusing.
While I try for a theme for this column each week, sometimes I have a few things that are useful but bear no particular relation to each other. The theme this week is: Odds & Ends!
Using a computer can be frustrating. This week I’ll show you three annoying things you can fix for yourself and your friends. Make the text in Outlook a readable size. Kill off those wrong email addresses in Outlook. And stop those chat-like Facebook posts!
Microsoft promised to release the next big update for Windows 10 this Spring, and it looks like we can expect it to start rolling out soon. The update is free for current Windows 10 users.
Before Fake News there was Fake Tech Support. And it’s still here. Don’t get faked out.
Like it’s older brother Windows XP, Vista is reaching the end of it’s life. It’s time to move on.
Windows 10 sound off? Want updated scores? Tired of templates? We can fix that!
Three tips this week to make your computing experience a lot nicer. Open something more than once; quit scrolling through the Windows 10 Start Menu; kill that space-hogging Tools list on the right side of Acrobat Reader. It’s easy when you know how.
I think it’s happened to everyone. You’re cleaning up your stuff and you decide to move a bunch of files and folders from one place to another. Windows asks if you’re sure. You’re really sure! But … it turns out you were really wrong and now your stuff is gone. The first thing to do […]
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