There’s a free utility that’s more versatile than the standard volume control in Windows. And there’s a free and easy way to text from your computer.
This week: Two cool things I stumbled across last week.
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.
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.
The newest version of Windows 10 is rolling out now. Here’s what’s new and how to get ready.
Quick updates this week on items mentioned in past columns. Oh, and how to reset your networks in Windows 10 and why you might want to do that.
It’s great to find new things. Today I’m sharing two new-to-me tips and one oldie but goodie. Make Wikipedia look good, control your trackpad, and stay safer.
In a world where you unlock your car by pressing a button, it seems ironic that you need a password for just about everything else. But you do. Passwords are not going away any time soon. Even using a password manager doesn’t make them go away. It just hides them.
As we careen madly toward Christmas, I find myself reflecting on the past year. I hope you will enjoy these tips from past columns. Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and all the best in 2018 to everyone!
This week: More on reminders, more on Tablet Mode, and more on Photos and movies. Thanks for your feedback! You all rock!