This week: Readers reveal the secret to last week’s card trick, and a couple of things worth mentioning.
We’re all going sometime. And even before we go, we can be in a situation where we can’t handle our own affairs for a time. The polite thing to do is to make sure someone has access to the information they need to look after your digital (and real life) assets.
June 16, 2017 Are you new to Facebook? Are you an experienced Facebook user? Love it or hate it, Facebook has its quirks. Here are a few tips that will make Facebook better. Or at least less annoying. How to download Facebook photos Lots of people ask me this. It’s easy once you know […]
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!
Everyone has strong feelings about Facebook one way or the other. Either you were dragged kicking and screaming into Facebook by your grandkids, or you can hardly tear yourself away. One thing most people agree on, though, is that Facebook News Feeds look like someone threw spaghetti at the wall to see if it’s […]
Desktop shortcuts in Chrome are more versatile than I thought. It’s super easy to kill Facebook Moments. People can wrap packages in under a minute. Who knew? How to make a desktop shortcut for a website in Chrome A customer asked me how to save a web page to her Desktop. She uses the […]
Following up on recent columns: Recognizing Facebook scams and false information; another cool trick with Google Calendar. Is this for real? Two frequent questions from readers and customers: How do you know if that post on Facebook is true? How do you know if that email you just received that’s supposedly from the Apple […]
Gently remove your flash drives, recover your deleted photos, and regain control of your Facebook email notifications. It’s easy when you know how. Safely remove drives You really should not be yanking those USB drives out when you’re through with them. They want to be safely removed. Why? Because safely removing the drives […]