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Continuing In Yahoo Mail

Thursday, July 3rd, 2014

In Yahoo mail, you can choose to have the mail server go back to the inbox or on to the next message when you delete a message. Continue reading

Microsoft has released a big security update for Internet Explorer. It’s an important update, since there are almost 60 known vulnerabilities affecting the popular browser. Continue reading

Emptying MyBook

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

A reader wants to know if you can empty and reuse a Mybook external hard drive. Here’s the answer! Continue reading

Word Keyboard Shortcuts: Part 5

Saturday, June 7th, 2014

We wrap up our five-part look at keyboard shortcuts in Microsoft Word with options for formatting paragraphs. Continue reading

Skipping Audio Part 2

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

In the last article i told you that skipping audio or video may be caused by low RAM. In this article, I will tell you some ways to resolve that. Continue reading

The Cross Stitch Guild

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

The Cross Stitch Guild brings you the basics you need to get started with cross stitch. Continue reading

Step-by-step installation instructions for Professor Teaches Windows 7 Continue reading

Microsoft thinks it might have the tablet that could replace the laptop – the larger and thinner Surface Pro 3 Continue reading

Skipping Audio Part 1

Thursday, May 22nd, 2014

If your audio skips while it’s playing, it may be a problem with your RAM. Here’s a brief explanation of it. Continue reading

Which Windows Tablet Should I Buy?

Tuesday, May 20th, 2014

Fadekemi wants to know which Windows tablet to purchase. We check out how 4 popular models compare. Continue reading

Searching in Windows 8.1 just got a little easier. Microsoft added natural language search to the latest update. Continue reading

Seamless MP3 With Audacity

Saturday, April 26th, 2014

Combining .mp3 files in Audicity into one longer file is a great way to listen to split files, and pretty easy. Continue reading

Which Memory Card Should I Buy?

Thursday, April 24th, 2014

Which memory card is right for your device? We break down the options and help you make the best decision. Continue reading

A new survey shows that many people using XP say they were unaware Microsoft was ending security support. Continue reading

Internet On The Go

Thursday, April 17th, 2014

Terri wants to get internet at her mom’s house, but her mom has no need for internet service, so Terri wants to look at her options. Here are a couple, including pay-as-you go or as part of your plan through your wireless provider. Continue reading

Part 3 of our special series on transferring files from XP to Windows 7. Continue reading

Making the move to a new operating system can be a challenge, but there are ways to make it a little easier. In part 2 of our special series we look at how Windows Easy Transfer can help you make the move from XP to Windows 7. Continue reading

In The News 04-11-14

Thursday, April 10th, 2014

In The News 4-11-14: Microsoft offers Windows for free, but not for everyone. The Mozilla CEO steps down over gay marriage backlash and Kodak gets back in the game. Continue reading

Why Did Microsoft Let XP Go On So Long?

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014

Lloyd wants to know why Microsoft continued to support XP so long, since it has more security issues than newer operating systems. Continue reading

DVD Plus or Minus

Sunday, March 30th, 2014

DVD – R and DVD + R are both available in most electronics stores. Which would be the correct format for recording? Continue reading

Can a Kindle Fire make up for an XP computer not being able to go online for security purposes? Continue reading

Can you detect an IP address or DNS address without connecting to the Internet? Continue reading

In The News 03-28-2014

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

In The News for 3-28-2014: Sprint expands LTE service, Microsoft offers $50 bucks to switch from XP and YouTube plans kid-friendly channel. Continue reading

Can I Make A Keyboard DVD Eject Shortcut?

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

Bob is burning a lot of CDs and wants an easier way to open the CD drive. We give him some options and a look at what could be a better alternative. Continue reading

XP computers are 6 times more likely to be attacked than Windows 7 machines. The CEO of AVAST Security issues a warning about the dangers of using XP. Continue reading

Solving CAPTCHA

Friday, March 21st, 2014

CAPTCHA software was designed to keep websites safe from “bots”, but, like so many other security “features” of websites ends up punishing the good for the sake of the bad. Here are some suggestions for helping the visually impaired solve CAPTCHA. Continue reading

Ninety-five percent of ATMs are still running XP. So will Microsoft extend support? Continue reading

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