Years ago, I worked for a long distance phone company. Every month the company sent each of us a copy of the company newsletter, complete with ads for our own company’s long distance service. I found this confusing.
Microsoft must have taken a page from the same book as it sprints toward market domination. I’m using Microsoft Windows 10. Why am I getting ads for Microsoft Windows 10 “features”?
At least we can turn off (most of) the ads.
Like it’s older brother Windows XP, Vista is reaching the end of it’s life. It’s time to move on.
Trust is a must or your browser’s a bust.
It’s really irritating when you can’t browse to your favourite websites or collect your email. Sometimes the problem is with your computer, but not always. Here’s how to find out. Check your modem and router If you can’t connect to any website and you can’t get your email program to work, maybe the problem […]