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I went to do something the other day on my computer and it asked me for an “elevated prompt”. What is that?
Hi, Eleanor! Thanks for writing.
I don’t know how long you have been using your computer, but if it’s been more than 24 hours, you should have run across some
Nancy from Wisconsin, asks:
How can I copy a Google doc. into Microsoft Word?
Nancy, this is an interesting question. Fortunately, there are a couple of ways of copying a Google document into Microsoft Word. Let’s take a look at them.
Method 1 – Simple Copy and
Richard from Illinois asks:
Can you tell me the significance of the folder “everywhere” found under “owner – search” in the folder ladder diagram. I show 5000 items that consist of deleted e-mails,copies of still active files, and what appears to be programs. what is it for and can & should it be cleaned out?
Every time my computer boots, it starts to download some file called “Trayapp”. I have tried everything I know to find the program that “needs” this elusive file, but can’t find any information linking it to anything in my system. I have to manually “end program” every time I turn on my computer.
I know this problem must be
Can you write something on how to save files to a CD in Windows 7?
Thanks for the question, Carolyn. While we’ve covered this topic on several occasions, I found no fully illustrated step-by-step directions in our archives, and no instructions at all specifically for Windows 7. However, while the look may
I have a lot of photos in My Pictures folder. The thing is, I can’t see the little pictures of the photos for preview, I can only see icons. Can I change this so that I can see my little pictures again? I have Windows Vista.
Yep, you can change the icons to the
Harold from Austin, Texas asks:
In Windows 7, is there a way to password protect zip files?
A zip file is a file package that has been compressed to a specific format. ZIP, RAR, and 7z are common zip formats. You can also organize your files with data compression programs