Wrapping things up. Preparing for a new beginning.
Microsoft Word has a habit of letting you know just how hard it’s working for you all the time. You can customize the heck out of that behaviour.
Have you changed your password for something lately? Did you have trouble? You can absolutely cut down on the pain and suffering if you make a note of these tips.
I’m buried under a stack of emails from companies updating their privacy policies. I’d tell you more, but I have to stop what I’m doing and reboot my router before my bike ride.
Everybody makes mistakes, like answering “Yes” when a program asks if you’re sure you want to delete that thing. I can tell you from experience that you can be absolutely sure and at the same time completely wrong! Also, how to fix a mouse with a mind of its own.
The latest on Windows 10 Spring update, Gmail, and bike rides.
You just got a new computer, or you upgraded to the new version of Windows 10. Now what? This week I’ll show you a few things you should do to make your computing experience a good one.
Are you getting a new computer? Things will go smoother if you do a little prep work.
Create Google Calendar Events using Google Search. Why? I don’t exactly know. And, yeah. Windows 10 Spring Creators Update hasn’t been sprung yet. But you can check your Facebook data theft status. And more.